Agronomy is the science behind the success of our food production system, and agronomists dedicate their professional lives to understanding how to best care for the land. An agronomist is a specialist in crop and soil management, capable of helping plan efficient crop cycles, maintain soil fertility, optimize water use and discover which types of fertilizers will grow the best crops in a given climate. Agronomists also specialize in advanced techniques such as hydroponics and blight control as well as sustainable crop growing. They help farmers by designing land use plans, evaluating animal feed and addressing pest infestations and weeds that can devastate a yield.
Here's some projects our expert Agronomist have made real:
- Assessing soil tests and providing recommendations
- Identifying advantages of adding components to poultry feed
- Creating statistical analyses to determine concentrations of various materials
- Transcribing videos from spoken English to written text
- Translating websites, texts or documents from one language to another
- Calculating nutrition information and heath benefits of recipes
Agronomists are indispensable in managing land resources sustainably so productive farming can continue for generations to come. Our agile Agronomists are adept at creative problem solving and turning challenges into solutions for successful crop development. Whether crop selection needs to be improved or nutrition analysis performed, Freelancer.com connects employers with skilled professionals ready to work on projects related to this important field. If you, as a potential client have harvests that need rescuing or advice on improving farm efficiency through agronomic services, post your project on Freelancer.com today, safe in the knowledge that your request for assistance can be handled by the top professionals in this field.De 1,406 opiniones, los clientes califican nuestro Agronomists 4.96 de un total de 5 estrellas.
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Experienced agronomist or agricultural consultant to assess 350 acre arable farm in South West UK and apply for maximum payments available under to the new DEFRA ELM schemes. Must have previous experience of working with schemes such as BPS and CSS, etc.
Is there any posible way of measuring moisture in grain with arduino? What sensor to use? Are there any cheap sesor which can do that?
To design and develop agriculture Robot with onfield performance capability. IOT and block chain integration functionality.