In some cases the screen of your phone can not be big enough. You want to see more at the same time on that small screen. We can not increase your screen unfortunately. However, you can change the property column width in our apps as you like! In the configuration screen, there are multiple options to customize your app.
At Agri Information Partners, we are constantly innovating our products for plant breeding and plant variety management. However, from a customer perspective, our plant breeding products are ‘just’ one of the many of innovations within a company.
Drones are not new. But have you ever flown a drone yourself? At Agri Information Partners, our employees got the opportunity to attend a drone flying training during the AIP weekend last summer.
Time is flying and technologies are innovating quickly. At Agri Information Partners we do everything to implement the newest features into our products to keep your processes as efficient as possible.
It may be convenient to be able to see variety file information while you are observing that variety in a trial. What was the variety meant for? Or what is the article code of the variety?
Last month, Agri Information Partners organized a theme session about Artificial Intelligence (AI) for its employees. The aim of the evening was sharing and discussing employee ideas on Artificial Intelligence in agriculture.
If you are an Mercado user, you have certainly made a photo with the Trial app to support your breeding observations. What you probably didn’t know is that you can also use an existing photo for this!
Last Friday Agri Information Partners was present at the UC Davis Plant Breeding Academy week in Gent.
This year, one of our valued customers bought multiple Panasonic Toughpads (FZ-B2) devices for trial observations. These are heavy-duty android handhelds, equipped with an internal barcode scanner. Because of their robustness, those devices are well suitable for field experiments under all kind of weather conditions. There was only one problem: since the internal scanner is […]
Friday September 28th, Agri Information Partners celebrated its 15th anniversary with a symposium in the (brand new) World Horti Center in Naaldwijk. We were honored to welcome our partners, customers and colleagues for an inspiring symposium.
25th, 26th and 27th of September, Agri Information Partners was participating at the Seed Meets Technology in Zwaagdijk.
Always celebrate your successes. That’s what we did on September, 7th. Together with our employees we celebrated our 15th anniversary.
Do you ask yourself why before you introduce or phase-out varieties? Do you believe the answer to the why carries powerful information leading the way in answering other questions? At Agri Information Partners we believe it does. Why we do believe so?
Are you bored of all the texts in the Mercado Trial module in Mercado or the app? For example, you want to register the weather during observations, this could be defined as: Sunny; Cloudy; Showery or Icy.
Breeders are thinking forward. They want to know where the market demand is going. At the same time, breeders are trying to influence this movement themselves by creating innovations that have a head start on their competitors. In rare cases, their innovations response to market demands that are not even there yet.
The number of greenhouse vegetable growers has decreased by 85% between 1980 and 2017? The total area increased by 7%?
Is it responsible to keep up with legislation from seventeen years ago in such an evolving world with such evolving techniques?
As you might know, Mercado is already able to generate reports, catalogues, etc. in a few simple steps. Design your varieties catalogue template once and every time some data has changed or varieties are added, update your catalogue in a just few seconds. Last weeks, we extended that current functionality.
Product management is a hot profession. However, when you ask a product manager what they do, it varies from company to company. But all are facing a few common challenges.
Plant pathogenic fungi in the Fusarium genus cause severe damage to crops, resulting in great financial losses and health hazards. Specialized metabolites synthesized by these fungi are known to play key roles in the infection process, and to provide survival advantages inside and outside the host. However, systematic studies of the evolution of specialized metabolite-coding potential across Fusarium have been scarce.