AgriUT Chooses Celo as their Blockchain Platform to Power Social Impact

Blockchain utility token for small scale farmers and retail customer loyatly program

The first coffee farmers in Ethiopia to receive AgriUT tokens as a tip of appreciation from subscribers

Celo blockchain - crypto made for mobile.

Celo’s mission is to build a financial system that creates the conditions for prosperity—for everyone.

AgriUT utility token for small scale farmers

AgriUT Foundation – a social impact initiative that is powered by the Celo blockchain

What if Money was Beautiful?

While working with farmers, we realised the huge gap on the other end of the supply chain. Supermarket consumers are insulated from the origins of their food.”

— Paget Hargreaves, CEO, AgriUT Foundation

BRISBANE , QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, September 23, 2021 / — The AgriUT Foundation has announced the release of their first tranche of utility token bundles, created on the Celo platform. “AgriUT is a digital reward designed to power positive impact projects. It makes use of our blockchain-backed platform to improve the lives of last mile farmers,” says Paget Hargreaves, CEO, AgriUT Foundation.

The ‘last mile’ is rural, remote, with low income and in need of a path to financial inclusion, despite being an integral part of global supply chains and an untapped market with enormous potential.

The AgriUT token has been created on the Celo platform using a combination of a smart contract and AgriUT APIs to govern the behaviour of the token.

As a digital reward token, AgriUT powers the transactions on the established AgUnity platform serving farming communities while the AgUnity platform is the ecosystem that gives AgriUT its utility and adoption – both supported by the Celo network.

“Celo was selected as the blockchain platform of choice based on their robust technical features and close alignment to our company vision,” says Paget.

Filling in the gaps

"Consumers are disconnected from the originating farmer and have no avenues to engage with them,” Paget adds.

“However, there is a growing demand amongst consumers to know the origins of their food, how it was produced, including consideration of the local environment, and the well being of the farmer and their communities. Conscious consumers are emerging, and brands are taking notice,” he says.

As Paget explains, whether the consumer’s concern is poverty, climate change or education they can directly influence a positive outcome for these concerns through targeted AgriUT rewards intended for purpose-driven goals such as planting trees, paying for seeds, farming equipment, education or services.

In rewarding the farmer for a purpose that aligns with their personal vision and values, consumers are helping farmers lift themselves out of poverty.

Empowering smallholder farmers

AgUnity provides technology solutions for smallholder farmers worldwide, using a low-cost ruggedised smartphone with a customised operating system. The platform uses Celo’s network for its blockchain-backed infrastructure and supports the AgUnity SuperApp and the AgUnity digital marketplace.

The platform provides people living and working in the last mile with practical, accessible tools to establish effective lines of communication in an ethical, accountable, and trustworthy means of trade.

“AgriUT was introduced as another way to help empower smallholder farmers by allowing AgriUT token users, whether they are, consumers, coffee companies, trading/buying houses or any other party, to reward farmers directly from their phones. These rewards will allow the farmer to access critical services to improve their lives and livelihoods,” says Paget.

AgriUT tokens are direct contributions with inherent traceability to ensure that 100% of the tip is immediately and directly sent to the farmer.

Collaborating for good

Celo, AgUnity and AgriUT have a shared vision of creating prosperity for smallholder farmers in developing nations. This is evident through the Celo motto, “Prosperity for All” and they have created the “Alliance for Prosperity'' to develop and progress the Celo ecosystem.
The Alliance is made up of a community of like-minded organisations collaborating and creating on the Celo platform, providing a rich environment of applications and services that may support the AgriUT mission and vice versa.

On a practical level, the collaboration between the companies is strengthened by a shared emphasis on supporting mobile clients who may have limited access to technology.

This capability is very relevant in the deployment context of farming communities in developing nations where mobile devices are the primary tool used for internet access and communication.

Tech for good

The Celo network is designed for users with low-cost devices and limited connectivity: able to optimise even with high latency, low bandwidth or high data tariffs to allow users to effectively use Celo applications. As many smallholder farmers lack a digital identity, the Celo lightweight identity layer is an additional benefit, employing randomised attestations to allow transactions to mobile phone addresses.

The AgriUT and Celo partnership was further cemented by the latter’s emphasis on a low carbon footprint. To avoid excessive power consumption, the Celo platform uses a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) algorithm.

“Financial inclusion and regenerative economics are important tenets of Celo’s mission. While we’ve seen great progress on these efforts through reforestation efforts and last mile money, AgriUT brings these together in a beautiful way by enabling purpose driven incentives for last mile farmers, while at the same providing access to critical needs such as mobile identity and access to financial services. Celo became the first carbon negative blockchain — by allocating a portion of block rewards to offset the carbon footprint through reforestation efforts,” says Xochitl Cazador, Ecosystem, Celo Foundation.

The AgriUT mission is motivated by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and Celo’s high transaction capability and low transaction fees ensure maximum uptime, minimal cost and a highly scalable solution make it the ideal partner to achieve these goals.

“While AgriUT is a utility token and not a cryptocurrency, there remains global support for blockchain-related projects. AgriUT has a very compelling story and that early adopters will see the benefit of not only rewarding farmers directly but also addressing making a difference to UNSDG #1 No Poverty, UNSDG #2 Zero Hunger and UNSDG #5 Gender Equality. Together we are transforming and empowering the world’s last mile, lifting people out of poverty, supporting smallholder farmer communities and securing the food supply chain for the future. The UN’s FAO Framework on Rural Extreme Poverty shows us that 80 percent of the extreme poor live in rural areas; although poverty has decreased, standards of living have not improved. With digitisation we (you, I, family, people, friends, corporations) can now reach and help improve the lives of these people directly” concludes Paget.

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Major Equestrian Farm in West Milford Township Going up for Auction

44.6+- Acre Preserved Equestrian Farm

91+/- Horse Stalls

Indoor Arena

Lender Ordered Sale in October

With such close access to northeastern New Jersey and New York City markets, this offering is a tremendous business opportunity for the equestrian trainer/events manager.”

— Max Spann Jr, President of Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co.

WEST MILFORD, NEW JERSEY, USA, September 22, 2021 / — Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co is pleased to announce the upcoming Auction of a major equestrian farm on 44.6+/- acres located in West Milford Township, Passaic County. The preserved farm will be sold in an online only Auction concluding Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 11:00AM. Bidders may bid on their computer or through the Max Spann phone app.

Located on Union Valley Road, this equestrian farm features two horse barns, an indoor arena, an outdoor riding ring, and various sized paddocks with five large run-in sheds. The two barns have 91+/- stalls as well as multiple heated wash and grooming stalls, a community laundry room, and tack rooms. The property also includes an office building with a break room, rest rooms, and an oversized garage.

A second private entrance leads to a circular driveway and custom-built 4,180+/-SF home with a wraparound porch. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom home features an open floor plan, luxury kitchen with Wolf appliances, an informal eating area engulfed in natural light, and an inground pool with cabana.

This offering is an excellent choice for the end-user horse business professional looking to expand their business or investors looking to generate income by renting the house in addition to the horse facilities. The farm abuts thousands of acres of public land, offering miles of riding trails, but is only 60 minutes from Manhattan with convenient access off Route 23 and a short ride from I-287 and Route 80.

Property Previews are scheduled from 12 noon to 2:00PM on Thursday, September 23rd and Saturday, October 2nd. No appointment necessary.

“With such close access to northeastern New Jersey and New York City markets, this offering is a tremendous business opportunity for the equestrian trainer/events manager.” said Max Spann Jr, President of Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co. “In addition, the farm’s location in the midst of thousands of acres of publicly open land with miles of riding trails is a great draw for horse boarders to utilize.”

To receive a Property Information Package with additional property details and online bidding instructions, register today at

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IoT Sensors Market Expected to Reach $141.80 Billion By 2030 at 28.1% CAGR | Top Impacting Factors & Regional Analysis

IoT Sensors Market

IoT Sensors Market

Increase in use of sensors in IoT applications, high demand for connected & wearable devices, and growth in use of IoT sensors in automotive & industrial sector drives the IoT sensors market growth”

— Vivek Karmalkar

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2021 / — Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex technology. It has several architecture layers and a network of connected devices that interact with each other to build convenient and valuable applications. Although the components of IoT systems may vary depending on scope and scale of the application, most of these tools share data collection mechanisms and rely on sensors. IoT sensor is a device that captures real-world data and translates it into a piece of information that could be interpreted by other instruments. There are many different types of sensors used in IoT applications, including acoustic, vibration, load, motion, water & air quality, and even infrared radiation.

Allied Market Research published a new report, titled, "IoT Sensors Market By Type (Temperature Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Pressure Sensor, Level Sensor, Gas Sensor, Image Sensor, Optical Sensor, Gyroscope Sensor, Humidity Sensor, Accelerometer Sensor, and Others), Network Technology (Wired and Wireless) and End Use (Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Industrial Healthcare, Food & Beverages, Aerospace & Defense, Transportation, Agriculture, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030".

The market report provides an all-inclusive analysis of the present market aspects, estimations, assessments, revolving scenarios, and dynamic forces of the industry from 2019 to 2030. An extensive study of the aspects that drive and curtail the market growth is also demonstrated. The wide-ranging assessment of the market size and its proper breakdown help determine the dominant market opportunities.

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The market report covers the regions such as North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), South America (Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). The report also presents a comprehensive scenario of the market in each jurisdiction.

The frontrunners in the global IoT sensors market are studied in this report. These market players have incorporated different strategies including partnership, expansion, collaboration, joint ventures, and others to prop up their stand in the industry. The key players operating in the global IoT sensors industry include Texas Instruments (U.S.), Siemens (Germany), STMicroelectronics (Switzerland), Honeywell (U.S.), TE Connectivity (Switzerland), NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands), Infineon Technologies (Germany), General Electric (U.S.), OMRON Corporation (Japan), and Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Japan).

The market report covers an array of growth factors of the industry along with severe challenges and impeding factors that might deter the growth of the market. This study helps new market entrants and manufacturers concoct proper plans for potential challenges and look for opportunities to build up their market stance.

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IoT Sensors Market Key Segments:
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1. Temperature Sensor
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3. Pressure Sensor
4. Level Sensor
5. Gas Sensor
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10. Accelerometer Sensor
11. Other

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3. Zigbee
4. Z-Wave
5. NFC
7. Others

By End Use:
1. Consumer Electronics
2. Automotive
3. Industrial
4. Healthcare
5. Food & Beverage
6. Aerospace & Defense
7. Transportation
8. Agriculture
9. Others

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1. North America
2. Europe
3. Asia-Pacific

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DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2021 / — Like it is often said, history is often written by champions and sometimes they rewrite it. Though many may not agree with the phenomenal status of this very astute man of God, Courage Igene, a man who does not brook sycophancy or undue publicity, he goes about doing God's work quietly and diligently.

Over time, he has made himself a problem-solver for indigent people across all borders, and this is what he does without blinking an eye. He, therefore, believes in the saying in the Holy Scripture that says "Occupy till I come".

Courage Igene is Senior Pastor of All Nations Churches, he recently started a live broadcast on Facebook every Wednesday, teaching and admonishing viewers at home and prophetically proffering solutions to problems. Lots of testimonies has been recorded across the globe.

He declared that the Body of Christ have entered a season of "Divine Fruitfulness"

Recently, he began a teaching series on "Fruitfulness", and had a key Scripture from (Genesis 17:6) 'And I will make thee exceeding fruitful and I will make Nations of thee and kings shall come out of thee'.

The US based cleric, Courage Igene started by saying that God hates stagnancy and kills anything that doesn't grow. He is so interested in fruitfulness that was why He cursed the tree that didn't produce fruit. Anytime God wants to establish a man He talks about Fruitfulness.

In his address during the Facebook live broadcast, Courage Igene said that the first instruction God gave to man is to be Fruitful. Fruitfulness means to produce results. To be a blessing to someone else. To be Fruitful in your department, in your place of work, in your home, and in every good work. He added that God intention for mankind is fruitfulness.

In one of his series about Fruitfulness, he urged thousands of viewers watching his live broadcast around the world to claim that "God has so much invested in me, I am not empty, . I am a walking miracle going somewhere to happen. I am a walking Warehouse of Divine investment. I carry deity in my humanity. I carry Super in my natural. The Celestial lives in my Terrestrial, I carry celestiality in my Terrestriality. I refuse to be a product of wild grapes". Wild grapes is reaping a bad harvest contrary to what is planted.

He also pointed some hindrances to fruitfulness as

1. Lack of Rain (Physical & Spiritual Rain), every farmer depends on rain for harvest. The Lord gives rain in due season.

2.The Activity of the Midianites ( Those who came to attack the harvest of the Israelites). In this present generation, there are powers that attack you when you least expect it

3. The Activity of the Emptier. They empty people of their gifts, talents, frustrate their

4. The Activity of the Little Foxes. The little foxes are the little things you don't pay attention to. It could be bitterness, unforgiveness, anger, bad attitude, gossip, etc and you think it does not matter but can hinder your fruitfulness.

5. Lack of Send in the Ground. If you are believing God for a harvest, there must be a seed in the ground. Your words could be your seed, your time, your presence, your money, your service to God. A seed of nothing will produce a harvest of nothing. Everything in life is a seed.

He however gave some major keys to Fruitfulness which he said is Praise! God dwells in the praises of His people. When you praise God, fruitfulness in inevitable.

Secondly is The Word of God. Everything God does is by the Word. There is creative power in the Word.

More points about Fruitfulness will be unfolding next Wednesday from the Apostle of Results, Courage Igene.

Apostle Courage Igene is a teacher of the word, a man of prayer who has the mind of Christ and is a prophet of God for the world today.

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Newly Released — A Good Drink: In Pursuit of Sustainable Spirits by Shanna Farrell

A Good Drink - Shanna Farrell

A Good Drink – Shanna Farrell

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In A Good Drink, Shanna Farrell details the stories of the farmers, distillers, and bartenders driving the transformation to sustainable spirits

Insightful tour de force… Farrell’s writing is as informative as it is intoxicating”

— Publishers Weekly

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2021 / — At farm-to-restaurants and high-end bars across America, menus proudly feature locally sourced, sustainable ingredients and the stories of the people who grew them. But why is the eco-consciousness devoted to what we eat not extended to the spirits we drink? The short answer: we don’t think of spirits as food, even though drinks are distilled from the same crops that end up on our tables.

In "A Good Drink: In Pursuit of Sustainable Spirits" (Publication Date: September 16, 2021), bartender and oral historian Shanna Farrell takes a global journey to discover the stories of the farmers, distillers, and bartenders driving the transformation to sustainable spirits. Along the way, she reveals the urgent need for a sustainable spirits movement, as distilling requires huge volumes of water, bars generate mountains of trash, and crops for spirits are often grown with chemicals that are health hazards and environmental pollutants.

Farrell introduces readers to Arturo Campos, a fourth-generation mezcalero in Jalisco, Mexico, working with his father to preserve traditional ways of producing mezcal and the owner of the White Lyan bar in London who eliminated individual bottles and ice. She visits High Wire Distilling Co. in South Carolina, where a husband-wife team are bringing a legendary moonshiner’s corn, Jimmy Red corn, back from near extinction using sustainable practices. At the Maker’s Mark distillery in Kentucky, Farrell sees if it’s possible to pre¬serve local ecology while producing spirits on a large scale. These people are part of a growing trend to recognize spirits for what they are—part of our food system.

From agave fields in Mexico to the American South, small sustainable spirits businesses are galvanizing a good-drink movement. "A Good Drink" encourages readers to think “farm to bar” about what they drink by engaging with spirits on a deeper level. Farrell shows how a spirit’s unique history – from who made it to how they made it – becomes a new way to enjoy that next drink.

For readers who have ever wondered who grew the pears that went into their brandy or why their cocktail is an unnatural shade of red, "A Good Drink" is an eye-opening tour of the spirits industry. For anyone who cares about the future of our planet, it offers a hopeful vision of change, one pour at a time.

Shanna Farrell is an interviewer at UC Berkeley's Oral History Center, where she works on a wide variety of projects and specializes in drink cultural and environmental history. She is the author of Bay Area Cocktails. Her writing has appeared in Imbibe magazine, Life & Thyme, PUNCH, and The San Francisco Chronicle. She holds Master’s Degrees from both New York University and Columbia University.

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Despite Western Drought, International Hemp’s AOSCA Certified Seed Production is Resilient

Fiber Industrial AOSCA Certified Hemp Seed

CEO, Derek Montgomery, showing the height of International Hemp’s Bialobrzeskie fiber hemp variety

Fiber Industrial AOSCA Certified Hemp Seed

International Hemp COO, Rachel Johnson with a Bialobrzeskie hemp plant

Fiber Industrial AOSCA Certified Hemp Seed

International Hemp CEO, Derek Montgomery, and Lead Agronomist, Terry Moran in a field of Bialobrzeskie

Despite a historically dry summer, International Hemp’s AOSCA certified seed production in North Dakota and Minnesota stands as a success story.

Our plan has always been to introduce large-scale, AOSCA certified industrial hemp seed production to the United States”

— Derek Montgomery

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2021 / — This summer, International Hemp undertook the monumental task of converting the majority of its hemp seed production from Europe to the United States. With over 500,000 pounds of domestic certified seed production planned, International Hemp set its sights on becoming the largest Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies (AOSCA) hemp seed producer in the United States. The vast majority planted was two monoecious grain and fiber varieties, Henola and Białobrzeskie, both bred by the Institute of Natural Fibers and Medicinal Plants in Poznan, Poland.

The summer of 2021 was rife with challenges. For most of the growing season, a severe (in some cases extreme) drought threatened International Hemp’s certified seed production fields. In August, the U.S. Drought Monitor estimated that 40% of the country’s cropland – approximately 216.4 million acres – were experiencing drought conditions. 

“Our plan has always been to introduce large-scale, AOSCA certified industrial hemp seed production to the United States”, says Derek Montgomery, CEO of International Hemp. “Growing crops on non-irrigated fields is always a risk. For a good portion of the summer, it looked like the risk was going to come back to bite us. I don’t want to give the impression that hemp is impervious to drought, it isn’t. We had some losses on account of low moisture, but we were pleasantly surprised at how resilient the plant was with even low amounts of timely rain.”

Crops that were planted into moisture saw quick emergence and established well. A couple of fields never received significant rains after planting and failed, but others that saw timely rain in June and July quickly jumped from 4-5 feet in mid-July to over 11-feet in mid-August.

It’s been a long-held belief that hemp is drought-resistant. Terry Moran, International Hemp’s lead agronomist doesn’t dispute the plant’s resilience but stands by the assertion that industrial hemp needs water at planting for good early emergence to establish a good stand. He comments, “Planting into moisture germinates the seeds and helps establish good plant emergence. Once the plant is growing, some timely moisture can bring about good yields even in otherwise dry years. Even modest irrigation can reduce the risks associated with growing hemp considerably.”

While limited data exists to show optimal water usage requirements, each year International Hemp is gaining more advanced input and yield data and strives to make that information accessible to growers. Despite a historically dry summer, International Hemp’s domestic seed production in North Dakota and Minnesota stands as a success story.

About International Hemp

International Hemp is a Colorado-based provider of certified industrial hemp seed, with a focus on building the domestic infrastructure for “industrial hemp,” i.e., fiber and grain. In 2021, International Hemp sold certified hemp seed to farmers in more than 45 states, Canada, Latin America, as well as non-profit researchers and land grant universities.

Forward-Looking Statements

By 2022, all of International Hemp’s commercial inventory in the United States and Canada will be domestically produced and AOSCA certified. International Hemp intends to continue licensing and developing the highest quality, highest yielding hemp genetics in North America.

International Hemp is partnering with food and industrial manufacturers to spur continued expansion of hemp processing with a mission to plant 1,000,000 acres of industrial hemp by 2025.

International Hemp is actively seeking strategic partners to develop hemp food, fiber, and carbon credit markets. Please direct all inquiries to:

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Smart Agriculture Solutions Market Size, Top Key Players, Latest Trends, Regional Insights, & Industry Dynamics By 2027

smart agriculture solutions market

smart agriculture solutions market

PORTLAND, OR, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2021 / — Smart agriculture tools are widely utilized in precision farming as they have resulted in improving farm efficiency and has helped framers maximize their crop yields. Moreover, yield monitoring is a major application of precision farming that helps identify the field variability information, which includes weather conditions, soil properties, and fertilizers. Soil monitoring is a major application of yield monitoring, which helps identify different soil parameters to maintain the nutrient level of the soil. Smart agriculture has optimized the yield per unit of farming land to achieve best in terms of quality, quantity, and financial returns. Furthermore, it has also enabled for better decisions to be made, resulting in less waste and maximum efficiency in operations.

This report projects the trends and opportunities of the global smart agriculture solutions market. It includes a qualitative and quantitative analysis with comprehensive research methodologies and reliable projections to understand the present overview and predict the market behavior during the forecast period. Our research teams have used various industry oriented measures, which include industry-related expert interviews to obtain key information and valuables, secondary resources and directories such as industrial databases, journals, magazines, and primary resources.

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Increase in adoption of multiple smart agriculture solutions by governments from all around the world drive the market growth. Moreover, government have initiated compelling farmers & agro-industrialists toward boosting their farm yield. This has significantly increased the market demand among farming sectors facing soil and water degradation issues. In addition, rise in population necessitates demand for food, which in turn is expected to augment market growth.

The global smart agriculture solutions market is segmented based on component, application, and geography. By component, the market is categorized into hardware, software, and services. Hardware is segmented into sensor monitoring system, smart detection system, GPS-enabled ranging system, and drones. Services is further classified into climate information services, supply chain management services, and others (system integration, maintenance, and consulting). By application, the market is divided into automated machinery guidance control, obstacle detection, tractor collision, machinery safety & monitoring, variable rate technology, and premises surveillance. Geographically, the smart agriculture solutions market is studied across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.

Key market players in this sector involve Iteris Inc., CropMetrics LLC, Granular Inc., Trimble Navigation, AgJunction LLC, SemiosBio Technologies Inc., Agribotix LLC, Raven Industries., SST Software, and LeBio.

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This report provides a quantitative analysis of the current trends, estimations, and dynamics through 2017-2023, which assists to identify the prevailing market opportunities.
Major countries in each region are mapped as per key trends and opportunities of the market and presence of major players.
The region-wise and country-wise market conditions are comprehensively analyzed in the report. Increase in demand for smart agriculture solutions based Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)) systems is expected to drive the growth of the market.
Key players of the smart agriculture solutions market are also listed.
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Smart Agriculture Solutions Market Key Segments

By Component

Sensor Monitoring System
Smart Detection System
GPS Enabled Ranging Systems
Climate Information Services
Supply Chain Management Services
Others (System Integration, Maintenance and Consulting)

By Application

Automated Machinery Guidance Control
Obstacle Detection
Tractor Collision
Machinery Safety and Monitoring
Variable Rate Technology
Premises Surveillance

By Geography

North America
Rest of Europe
Rest of Asia-Pacific
South Africa
Rest of LAMEA

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Envirocann Models Certified Retailer at Hall of Flowers Santa Rosa

Envirocann is thrilled to be showcasing an array of their Envirocann-Certified and EnvirOganic-Certified clients this year at Hall of Flowers in Santa Rosa, CA.

SANTA ROSA, CA, USA, September 21, 2021 / — Envirocann is thrilled to be showcasing an array of their Envirocann-Certified and EnvirOganic-Certified clients this year at Hall of Flowers in Santa Rosa, CA.

Envirocann is putting their best foot forward and representing their confidently clean and comparable-to-organic clients by modeling a certified retail space at the event this year. Their showcase will be complete with an in-booth dispensary, touch-point interactive kiosks, and all the information one needs to know about upcoming OCal regulations within the California cannabis industry. Envirocann certified products are a trusted and confidently clean choice, whether it's for the end consumer or distributors and retailers looking to source the most nutrient-rich and high quality products on the market. Brands to be showcased include: Coastal Sun Farms, WAMM Phytotherapies, State Flower, Lifted Organics, Bird Valley Organics, Boardwalk Extracts, Strong Joh Extracts, Clarified Confections, Santa Cruz Roots, Amigo Bob’s Organics, Vital Garden Supply, Green Gro Biologicals, Curidor, and Tree Hugger Containers. Their certified retail space model directs consumers and buyers to certified products by implementing an organic-comparable aisle within the dispensary.

Envirocann’s certification scopes include Farm & Cultivation, Manufacturers, Material Input Review, Retail, Boutique Agriculture and Skincare. Envirocann’s certifications are geared towards those with a strict adherence to Best Practices and maintain a dedication to environmental awareness, use of approved input materials, and a commitment to corporate responsibility. The EnvirOganic level represents an additional adherence to organic production and principles. All certified farmers complete an Annual Site Inspection, as well as additional routine Sample Inspections for each crop cycle, to achieve and sustain the EnvirOganic Certification.

Envirocann aims to be accredited by CCOF in time for OCal regulations to be put in place in 2022. OCal certification ensures cannabis operations meet standards that are consistent with the National Organic Program (NOP). Envirocann is quickly growing and prepared for full national and international expansion with certified cultivators, hemp/CBD, retail and boutique agricultural clients. Envirocann currently operates in California, Nevada, Oregon, and Michigan.

For more information, please contact or visit to start your company’s certification process.

Envirocann and EnvirOganic Certified producers and brands offer a refreshing alternative to the consumer. The Envirocann and EnvirOganic certification verifies a company's commitment to the environment, to clean production methods, to their employees safety and equal treatment, and to producing confidently clean products. These standards provide the supply chain and consumers confidence in their purchase decisions.

Ian Rice
Envirocann Inc.
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– Wines of Portugal – Will host two grand tasting events in San Francisco and Washington DC for the Wine Industry

MADE IN PORTUGAL naturally - grand tasting events  in San Francisco and Washington DC

MADE IN PORTUGAL naturally – grand tasting events in San Francisco and Washington DC

VINIPORTUGAL - Grand tasting event in Washington DC for the Wine Industry

VINIPORTUGAL – Grand tasting event in Washington DC for the Wine Industry

VINIPORTUGAL - Grand tasting event in San Francisco  for the Wine Industry

VINIPORTUGAL – Grand tasting event in San Francisco for the Wine Industry

Portugal ranks 11th as the world's largest wine producer, representing 2.7% of the world's vineyard area, and one of the largest exporters in 2020.

Portugal is the country that grows the most, standing out from its worldwide competitors and clearly showing a demand rise of US consumers for wines from Portugal. ”

— Frederico Falcão, President of Viniportugal

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, September 21, 2021 / — After a strong presence in the 5th edition of the USA Trade Tasting NYC 2021, which held over 1000 attendees, Portuguese wines continue to amaze the United States market with their unique quality and variety of wines. ViniPortugal will host two GRAND TASTING events, one in San Francisco on September 27th and another in Washington DC on September 29th. These two wine tasting events are exclusively for Trade and industry professionals. The two events showcase around 42 Portuguese producers with over 320 wine brands, all made in Portugal naturally.

In these Grand Tasting events, the attendees have the opportunity to attend an Industry seminar with Eugénio Jardim, Wines of Portugal brand ambassador, regarding the topic "Portuguese wines and The American Consumer", with Bret Kroll, owner of Maxwell Park Wine Bar and Antoinette Landagrin, President & Buyer at Cork & Fork.

"The Wines of Portugal are firmly setting their sights on the USA, which remained in 2020 as the second-largest market for Portuguese wine exports and is increasingly closer to Portugal's top exports markets. In the first half of 2021, if we look into data without the weight of Port Wine, the US became the second market for Portuguese Wines. By looking into the average growth value of wine imports in the USA in the last 5 years, we acknowledge that Portugal is the country that grows the most, standing out from its worldwide competitors and clearly showing a demand rise of US consumers for wines from Portugal. This US consumers' quality recognition of Portuguese wines works as a stimulus for reinforcing promotional activities in the American market," states Frederico Falcão, President of Viniportugal.

If you work in the wine trade, save the date and apply now at:

Discover all the selected wine brands in the MADE IN PORTUGAL naturally global campaign, a worldwide campaign that showcases the best Portuguese brands and products from several sectors, currently focused on the wine & beverages cluster.

Portuguese wines are outstandingly renowned for their high quality, and Portugal is the 11th largest wine producer globally. American influencers and media content will also support this campaign, allowing everyone to know why these are such unique wines for you to discover. Discover all in

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MADE IN PORTUGAL Naturally – The largest exporter in 2020 with an outstanding variety of wines – Vinho Verde, Madeira & Port wine, Red, White, and Rosé wine.

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Troon Vineyard Bottles World’s First Wines with Regenerative Organic Certification

Troon is the first to carry this prestigious logo on their labels

GRANT PASS, OR, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2021 / — Troon Vineyard is proud to announce that they are the first winery in the world to bottle wines with the Regenerative Organic Certification (R.O.C.) logo. A few months ago, Troon Vineyard became the first winery in Oregon and the second winery in the world to achieve the Regenerative Organic™ certification.

The first two wines to carry the Regenerative Organic Certified™ logo are the 2020 Amphora Amber Vermentino (an orange wine) and the 2020 Amphora Rolle Vermentino. As with all of Troon Vineyard’s wines, these wines were naturally crafted by winemaker Nate Wall, who uses a minimalist winemaking approach that uses only native yeasts and no additives of any type during fermentation. Both wines also feature Troon’s new back labels that include ingredient labeling in their quest to be completely transparent to their customers.

“We are very excited about the new Regenerative Organic™ certification and are thrilled to be the first to bottle wines with the ROC logo on our labels,” said Wall. “The ROC means going beyond ‘sustainable’ into ‘regenerative,’ where our practices actually improve the health and wellbeing of our soils, animals, and workers over time. Seeing the ROC logo on our wines tells the consumer that they can feel good about a purchase that aids in healing our planet and its inhabitants.”

Purchased in 2017 by Texas natives Dr. Bryan and Denise White, and helmed by industry veteran Craig Camp, the trio set out to reinvigorate Troon by transforming the farm into a Demeter Biodynamic® Certified and now Regenerative Organic Certified™ vineyard and winery deeply committed to regenerative agriculture.

“Our vision since the beginning is to produce exceptional, individualistic wines in a regenerative way that gives back to the earth,” said Camp. “By including the Regenerative Organic Certified™ logo on our labels, we are hoping to bring an even greater focus on these practices to help spread the word and, in turn, help heal the earth one farm at a time — farm like the world depends on it.”

About Troon Vineyard

Troon Vineyard is a Biodynamic® Certified Regenerative Organic Certified™ farm in Oregon’s Applegate Valley. We naturally craft wines to bring pleasure to your life. All Troon wines are made from Biodynamic® certified grapes spontaneously fermented with indigenous yeasts and no additives of any kind. We avoid the use of new oak barrels to reveal each nuance of vines grown in our vineyard. We are located on the Kubli Bench, high above the Applegate River in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon. It is a biodiverse farm of almost 100 acres. Life on our farm includes cider apples, a vegetable garden, re-wilded honeybees, sheep, chickens, wildlife, dogs, humans and, of course, grapevines. Troon Vineyard is dedicated to regenerative agriculture and we practice biodynamics in our quest to put back more than we take from our plants and soils. We believe the only route to memorable wines, that reflect the terroir of where they were grown, is to be found in the healthy soils and vines that are the foundation of Biodynamic® Regenerative Organic™ agriculture.

Michael Wangbickler
Balzac Communications
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