Bell, Huawei and BeWhere bring new Internet of Things solution to Ontario winery
Bell today announced it has partnered with BeWhere Technologies and Huawei to implement an automated Internet of Things (IoT) solution for the Henry of Pelham vineyard to help improve planning and sustainability programs. The announcement took place this morning with the three partners, alongside Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, who highlighted the partnership ahead of her trade mission to China.
Illustration Photo: Vineyard (Public Domain from Pixabay.com)
Wonder why it's been so grey and rainy lately in Manitoba? It's because a large upper-level low has stalled out over northern Ontario, bringing frequent chances for rain to southern Manitoba. The satellite image we drew up (below) shows the centre of the low marked with a "L" and a bunch of upper-level disturbances marked with "X"s. Each time one of those disturbances moves through it brings more rain. With all those disturbances rotating around the low, the system looks like a huge ball-bearing!
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"Rather than calling it organic farming, which requires miles of red tape, Brendon Rockey prefers to call his technique biotic farming. . . . putting different crops together, planting cover crops, and using livestock, flowers and bees in place of synthetic fertilizers and chemicals." http://www.argusobserver.com/news/biotic-techniques-help-farmers-lose-chemical-dependency/article_617114a0-d732-11e5-8bd5-a39defbb7756.html