Tramy successfully set up Shanghai Science and technology agriculture project in 2020Publish Time:2020-10-23 04:01

On June 1, 2020, the list of Shanghai Science and technology projects to be approved in 2020 was announced. Tramy Group, Shanghai guoxingnong Modern Agricultural Development Co., Ltd., Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shanghai Agricultural Machinery Research Institute and Shanghai changgu Industrial Co., Ltd. jointly applied for the project "green leaf vegetable mechanization informatization technology integration application demonstration" successfully We have to set up a project.

In 2020, a total of 88 projects have been approved in Shanghai, of which more than half of the undertaking units are institutions such as Shanghai Universities and scientific research institutes, and the competition is very fierce. With the advantages of resources and technology in the field of agriculture, the advantages of industry university research cooperation with Academy of Agricultural Sciences, as well as the technical level and necessity of the project itself, Tramy Group was finally approved by experts after three rounds of evaluation, and the project was successfully established.

This project is mainly to research and implement the intelligent control technology of multi factor environment and water and fertilizer integration based on the growth model parameters of cauliflower in about 7000m2 greenhouse, develop the big data platform system of green leafy vegetable production information management, promote the intelligent management of green leaf vegetable production in the base, optimize the agricultural process, improve the configuration of machines and tools, and improve the performance of machines and tools Through the integration of demonstration agricultural machinery, varieties and agronomic technology, the annual green leafy vegetable production mode and operation specification based on the whole mechanization of the whole process of Chinese cabbage were formed. It is of great significance to reduce labor input, increase economic benefits or promote the development of agricultural mechanization.