On the 12th and 13th of August, this year’s field day was successfully arranged at Apelsvoll. Nearly 200 attendees from different agricultural horizons visited during the two days in order to get the latest updates from the different research projects running at the station.
Wednesday 15.01.20 we were delighted to hold the first Meeting of PRESIS! The project aim to get the research and knowledge about precision agriculture to the farmers, and it was a clear optimism about this challenge.
In relation to their study on the Norwegian innovation, productivity and sustainability in Agriculture, the CPA had the pleasure to receive the visit of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The CPA received a visit from Terres Inovia, which is a French technical center for the oil and protein sector. The delegation combined four researchers working on some similar areas as our CPA.
The Centre for Precision agriculture are pleased to announce a new and exciting project, PRESIS. Precision agriculture as a means in the goal to a more efficient and sustainable agriculture have become a well thought of method.
Between rain and spring work, the Centre for precision agriculture had the pleasure of receiving the minister of food- and agriculture Olaug Bollestad.
Two of our CPA members have participated at the 2019 edition of NIBIO conference, that took place the 12th and 13th February in Oslo.
It is with great excitement that the CPA unveiled the newest addition to the fleet. ARVAKER is an electrical tractor delivered from California to partake in the SolarFarm project as a part of our autonomous fleet.
The Center for Precision Agricultural got a good start on the New Year with the innovation within sustainable Agriculture technologies. We are proud to announce that the Solectrac eUtility, the first electrical, conventional tractor available at the market has finally arrived at Apelsvoll.
The CPA participated with two presentations at the 3rd NJF – Agromek- EurAgEng joint seminar held 27-28th November in Herning, Denmark.