TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, September 23, 2020 – ADAMA Ltd. (the “Company”), leading global crop protection company, today announced it has signed a global partnership with Pessl Instruments, providing ADAMA unlimited access to its vast portfolio of disease models for dozens of key crops around the world. Read More
The collaboration is set to transform how growers make weather-informed irrigation decisions by offering a more robust solution. Read More
After releasing the FarmView Irrimet in March earlier this year, we introduce to you the second module – ‘Soil Moisture’. Soil moisture and Irrimet tools provide our users a complex solution for water use management. Read More
Pessl Instruments, the pioneer in manufacturing and selling high-end weather stations, is proud to announce the launch of its highly anticipated webshop. Launching on June 3rd 2020, METOS Webshop will offer something for everyone. Read More
Pessl Instruments announce the availability of an integration with Microsoft Azure FarmBeats to enable farmers eased and profitable data-analysis for informed decision-making. Read More
The STARGATE project is celebrating its first newsletter and gives a warm welcome to all of you interested in our efforts and progress! Read More
The Things Virtual Conference goes online on April 16th, 2020. Join thousands of developers, innovators and tech enthusiasts from all around the World and get inspired by them.
With more countries shutting down and implementing additional travel restrictions, remote monitoring systems, especially for fields, became an urgent solution. The world is changing very quickly. Gottfried Pessl, President and Founder of Pessl Instruments GmbH, shares how Pessl Instruments equipment can help monitor the field while staying in the quarantine most of the time. Read More
The first Farmview module ‘Irrimet’ uses a fusion of different sensing devices in your field to calculate the irrigation needs. Read More
We’re looking at toasting to a healthy and happy New year 2020 and it seems like it was yesterday. Coronavirus was still far away in China and we didn’t pay much attention to it.