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Potato Europe on 1-2 September (cancelled)

Update July 21: Potato Europe 2021 has been cancelled. Requesting access to the RMA dashboard for the measurements on the demo field is unfortunately no longer possible.

Dripwise improves irrigation planning

The DripsGewijs project develops, realizes and tests a field covering drip irrigation planner for potato and onion growers based on intelligent soil maps.

Vietnam Fruit Force off the starting blocks

A collaboration of Dutch companies, including RMA, has started the Quality Improvements Fruit Crops Vietnam project in Vietnam. Yara, Bayer and the Farmers Union are also participating.

The 2021 cultivation season starts dry

After a winter that was slightly wetter than average, the 2021 growing season will start with a drier period. Groundwater levels are falling rapidly in various areas.

Innovative power of students Sensor Technology

Students from Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen are carrying out an internship assignment for RMA. This assignment is part of their major at TechHub Assen.

More sustainable with sensor technology

With RMA's sensor technology, we not only ensure high yields and low costs, but we are also working on sustainable and future-oriented agriculture with limited environmental impact.

RMA Hydromet kicks off on February 1

RMA Hydromet will kick off on 1 February 2021 and our team will be extended with Rob ter Brake, a knowledgeable water professional with over 30 years of experience.

RMA selected for pilot of the Water Hub

RMA is selected for a pilot of the Water Hub Accelerator Programme South Africa. The Water Hub aims to support and advance water technologies in South Africa. 

RMA launches the new RhizaConnect app

RMA takes a new step in the visualization of RMA's solutions with the RhizaConnect App. With this app it is possible to quickly provide insight into the data and advices of RMA.

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Growing season 2020 is nearing the end

Now that the crops are waiting for harvest under the autumn skies, it’s time to remove the measuring stations from the field again and store them for the next season.