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Renewing Our Planet Starts With Food

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Future of Food | Biome With Deepak Chopra

Renewing Our Planet Starts With Food

Let’s work together

Future of Food | Biome With Deepak Chopra

Renewing Our Planet Starts With Food

Let’s work together

 

Future of Food | Biome With Deepak Chopra

i-Cultiver is a consortium of multidisciplinary professionals working together to improve agriculture, nutrition and conservation through advanced research and easy to use technology.

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Satellite-based remote sensing software, CLASlite, converts spectral bands from satellite images into quantitative maps of greenness (tree and crop health). A free training course is available.    

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Microbial amendment. Foliar bacterial community for plant disease prevention and yield increase.    

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Microbial amendment. (Light, Oxygen, Voltage-nodules), biologically-activated soil bacteria to increase nitrogen fixation.   

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Online marketplace (web, iOS and Android) for food producers to sell directly to local businesses and consumers with integrated options for pickup, delivery, shipping, and for education, food donation, and repurposing usable food waste.   

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Services to industry. Through microbiome profiling (DNA sequencing), advanced soil and plant nutrient uptake analysis, and assessment of nutrient density in the harvest (food quality).        

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Source of our food

Agricultural communities News

May 18, 2013

Art Meets Plant Science

Fascination of Plants Day in May, 2013 coincided with Amgen’s bicycle race. The race happened to pass through Livermore, CA. Students created plant themed art with used bicycle wheels. Their...

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March 17, 2015

Invited Talk, Business & Entrepreneurship Series at Las Positas College

At an invited talk as a part of the Business and Entrepreneurship series hosted by Las Positas College, Dr. Rajnish Khanna discussed the current state of food system with LPC...

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September 13, 2015

Food and Agricultural Sciences Program – Molly’s Blog, Children’s Day School, San Francisco

The Food and Agricultural Sciences (FAS) Program Was developed by Rajnish Khanna, Analise Heid (Teacher) and Sarah Wally in 2015, as a hands-on interactive program to teach children about food...

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Commitment to the Environment

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Unique species on our nature reserves
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WHAT WE DO

Our Services

  • Organic Fertiliser
    Organic Fertiliser

    Vegetables from FreshDirect. Our farms deliver to us daily, ensuring you only eat the best of what's in season

  • Farm Mechanization
    Farm Mechanization

    Our farms deliver to us daily, ensuring you only eat the best of what's in season vegetables from FreshDirect.

  • Water Management
    Water Management

    Deliver to us daily, ensuring you only eat the best of what's in season vegetables from FreshDirect our farms.

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We have expertise in these areas

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Sustainability and Climate Change

Our agricultural background means we’re equally at home meeting face-to-face with farmers as we are engaging.

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Advice and farm implement

Largest independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy, rural development services and policy advice.

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Why we're different

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We are straight forward to deal with experts in our field.

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We take responsible lending seriously and believe.

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If we can’t help you, we will tell you quickly and honestly.

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You can talk directly to a lending decision maker.

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We offer a no-nonsense app roach and speak farming.

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Loan officers have practical experience of building/

The Openfield Timeline

  1. Farming in the Middle Ages

    Farming improved in the Middle Ages. One big improvement was the heavy plow sometime.

  2. World’s food and fabrics

    Agriculture provides most of the world’s food and fabrics. Cotton, wool, and leather are all agricultural products.

  3. Wood agricultural methods

    Agriculture also provides wood agricultural methods used for construction and paper products.

  4. Start of Agriculture

    Over centuries, the growth of agriculture contributed to the rise of civilizations the heavy plow sometime.

  5. Hunting wild animals and gathering

    Before agriculture became widespread, people spent most of their lives searching for food—hunting wild animals and gathering wild plants.

  6. Farming were cultivating

    The first domesticated plant was probably rice or corn. Chinese farmers were cultivating rice as early as 7500 BCE.

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Years of experience for
agriculture industry

Despite slightly declining beef consumption rates in this country, beef is still what’s for dinner in many American households.

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Qlark Thomas
— The FoodPrint of Beef
New Research

Global Sustainability
Goals Launched

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Fields Fermantation

For Better Soleil
We Care All Fields

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Drink Opportuinities

Core Material of Wine
Oct Black Grape

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Consultative partners

Partners who share their knowledge and experience in agriculture

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