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  • 15-05-2019 OneCrop 2018-19 Cotton Season in Review

      OneCrop’s 2018-19 Australian cotton season in review. All footage was taken on Australian cotton farms. These farms had contracted the use of the the Norseman TechniplantFL seeding and OneCrop film layer. Click Here  to View the Video

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  • 16-01-2019 Cotton film provides improved water efficiency and yield

    Laid over seedlings this film could change the way thirsty crops like cotton are grown. The biodegradable film has been proven to boost yield and be more efficient with water usage. ?? #WarOnWasteAU Learn more about this story at #NoonThirty on Sunday ABC Landline.

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  • 13-10-2018 High speed precision planter also lays film in one pass

    The Techni-Plant FL built by Norseman in Toowoomba Qld is a machine without rival. It is a high speed – up to 13kph – Precision Planter/Film Layer that can plant and lay biodegradable film in a single pass. Its patent pending design precision plants seeds and covers them with a temporary greenhouse increasing soil temperature […]

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  • 09-10-2018 Agronomists share early planting results

    PONTIAC, Ill. — Farmers have seen plenty of research in recent years about how planting soybeans early can increase yields. One of the new efforts in seeing how early is too early includes covering the seeds with a biodegradable wrap, which keeps the heat in the soil.

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  • 28-09-2018 A Smarter Way: A biodegradable film changing the way thirsty crops are grown

    A biodegradable film laid over seedlings could change the way thirsty crops like cotton are grown. The innovative technology has been proven to boost yield and maximise water usage and is now being used on farms around the world. By ABC Landline Courtney Wilson

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  • 27-09-2018 Twynam backs OneCrop’s biodegradable plastic for cotton

    One-time cotton farming and processing kingpin Twynam Agricultural Group has become a key investor in an Australian firm hoping to make a big impact on China’s environmentally disastrous addiction to plastic sheeting on cropping fields. By: Andrew Marshall

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  • 10-09-2018 ABC Landline

    A Smarter Way: A biodegradable film changing the way thirsty crops are grown. – By Courtney Wilson Source: Landline | Duration: 15min 24sec A biodegradable film laid over seedlings could change the way thirsty crops like cotton are grown. The innovative technology has been proven to boost yield and maximise water usage and is now […]

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  • 10-09-2018 BIOFILM FIRM ONECROP SECURES INVESTMENT FROM TWYNAM GROUP

    Australia’s agtech biofilm company OneCrop has secured a multimillion dollar investment from the Kahlbetzer family’s Twynam Group. Lynda Kiernan

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  • 10-09-2018 John Kahlbetzer’s Twynam Agricultural Group invests in OneCrop cotton technology

    Rich Lister John Kahlbetzer’s Twynam Agricultural Group has grabbed a cornerstone stake in an Australian technology company targeting growth in China’s cotton industry by removing plastic from the process. By Brad Thompson

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  • 08-09-2018 Biodegradable technology brings ‘higher cotton yield at less cost to the environment’

    An innovative technology in the Australian cotton industry is gaining a foothold overseas. Some years ago, scientists in Queensland began trialling the use of an unlikely piece of material — biodegradable film — to boost yield and maximize water usage Landline By Courtney Wilson

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  • 01-06-2018 Biodegradable film leads to big yield gains

    Developed initially for the cotton industry in Australia, OneCrop is also being used in the corn, soybean and industrial hemp industries. Andrew Spence

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  • 29-05-2018 OneCrop set to take on world

      OneCrop chief executive Andrew Logan was in Singapore on Wednesday night to receive the Future Food Asia Award. AUSTRALIAN agricultural film developer and manufacturer OneCrop last week triumphed at the Future Food Asia Awards. A handpicked crowd of entrepreneurs, founders, researchers, government representatives and investors numbering only about 200 in an auditorium in Singapore […]

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