Videos about digital horticulture: 7 webinars by 30MHz
April 01, 2021
Digital horticulture is a vast and rapidly evolving field. We like to help you get the most out of digitisation, or get you started. That’s why we organized a series of webinars about a wide range of topics. From how to get started with a data platform, to the capture of O2 and photosynthesis data. We’ve listed our English spoken webinars and horticulture videos in this article. Enjoy watching!
In what lies the value of a data platform in horticulture? In this video Steve Archer tells you everything you need to know. He explains how analyzing, sharing and discussing data can help you with your cultivation strategy.
Social features of the 30MHz platform
Stay up to date on your colleague’s work, share knowledge and create an interactive record of your past crop strategy with a feed of comments and images. The subjects in this webinar will be discussed based on real-life examples.
Using additional data sources
The 30MHz platform ingests any kind of data source: crop level sensors, climate computers and manual data input. This way you can interact with ambient climate data alongside crop-level intel, or data from crop walks. In this webinar we show you what dashboards with combined data from parties such as Priva and Sendot, and analogue input look like and how you can make the most out of these insights.
Growing degree hours & IPM applications
Two interesting subjects in the following webinar. First we talk about Growing degree hours, a very useful calculation for almost every crop. We explain how you can calculate Growing degree hours using our special widget. After that Ant Surrage, technical development specialist at agricultural supplier Fargro in the UK, takes you into his world of Integrated Pest Management. Using various examples and accompanying dashboards, he shows his best practices.
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Communicate with your plant
2Grow is specialized in crop level measurements such as sap flow and a diameter variation. In this webinar, Olivier Begerem, an expert in the field of agro- and biotechnology, shares his experience on how plants respond to all kinds of influences and why looking into data real-time, could open up great potential for growth efficiency.
Sustainable cultivation in horticulture
In this webinar, Cindy van Rijswick, expert Fresh Produce at Rabobank, will dive into how innovations in biology and technology can support sustainability in horticulture and presents a handy step-by-step plan to get started. Also Mirjam Bekker from 30MHz demonstrates how data can help you achieve a more sustainable production process.
How O2 and photosynthesis influence your cultivation
In this webinar, Aryan Aziezie will bring you up to speed on the Sendot sensor portfolio and the insights their optical sensor technology provides. Sendot has seen some significant results when it comes to capturing O2 and photosynthesis data. Resulting in more efficiency improved production numbers and better allocation of resources. Aziezie will also show what the future of Sendot and 30MHz could look like: big data on the tip of your hands.
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