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How RFID Technology Can Help With Plant Cart Tracking

One of the biggest hassles in the greenhouse is keeping track of all those shipping carts. Improved RFID technology for cart tracking may be one solution to help keep profit losses due to lost or damaged carts at a minimum.

2017 Mast Young Plants Field Trials Results

Check out the 2017 field trial results from Mast Young Plants in Grand Rapids, MI.

2017 Dallas Arboretum Field Trials Results

Check out the 2017 field trials results for Dallas Arboretum in Dallas, TX.

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Less maintenance with new multi purpose trolley

The Masterlift is the brand new Multi Purpose Trolley from Buitendijk Slaman; its appearance is quite similar to the well-known machine. It is mainly the inside that is outfitted much more cleverly. "We can make the difference on maintenance," says Matthias Haakman. "That is the most important point where.....

Irrigation optimizing important subject in Mexico

At the Expo AgroAlimentaria last week Paskals' booth definitely was a big one, but it still wasn't big enough to host the crowd that joined the company on Thursday under lead of the Israeli ambassador Jonathan Peled. It was Paskals' recently presented DrainVision that gained the attention of the public.A.....

"To be successful you have to move with the market"

Kwekerij de Kabel is celebrating its 10th birthday. This was extensively celebrated last weekend with a food truck festival. The guests were welcomed with a tasty tomato snack, and tomato was also an important ingredient in many other dishes.Joost Barendse and Richard HartensveldDifferences now and.....

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Archi's Acres, a California Benefit Corporation, is a farming enterprise that utilizes hydro-organic technology to grow certified organic produce. Headquartered in Escondido, California, Archi's Acres grows basil, kale, and other herbs and produce. Our methods of crop production is not only highly efficient, it maximizes available natural resources, and focuses on local sales distribution channels. Please enjoy our organic produce in natural food retailers throughout Southern California and thank you for your support!

At Archi's, we believe a key aspect of successful business is how it meets its responsibility to the community in which it operates and the customers which make up its marketplace. We do this by integrating into our business model an opportunity to support others including our our military service members and veterans. Archi's Acres provides a one of a kind world-class agricultural entrepreneurial incubator program, the Archi's Institute For Sustainable Agriculture Training (SAT), in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona, with the intent to expose strong leaders to the entrepreneurial opportunities which exist in the agriculture industry today. SAT is open to everyone who is willing to take the challenge, providing training to those interested in learning more about the the production and business behind sustainable agriculture. Learn more about us by clicking here!

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SEVEN OF LA’S FINEST URBAN FARMERS

Posted by Colin Archipley on September 8, 2017 at 11:45am 0 Comments

Archi's Acres was proudly feature by Agritucture in their article about "Seven of LA's Finest Urban Farmers"! You can find that article by clicking here: 

SEVEN OF LA’S FINEST URBAN FARMERS

Got Your 6 - Storytellers Event

Posted by Colin Archipley on November 28, 2016 at 5:00am 2 Comments

Thanks to the team at Got Your 6 for giving us the opportunity to tell our story!

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