Agriculture is the engine catalyzing the inexhaustible fund of human ingenuity that feeds and fuels the nexus of global striving we perceive as modern civilization. No other activity so directly addresses human survival and well-being, global economic development, and prospects for an environmentally sustainable future. Agrosphere International Group operates under the premise that technology is a continuum that should drive core business value, build energy and food security, improve the quality of life and economic opportunity everywhere.
Agrosphere International Group was formed in 2020 as the parent body of a portfolio of three related entities:
- CPF Global Agronomics, a consulting and technical services provider rooted in applied research and product development, technology validation, and agri-intelligence. Current efforts are focused on building precision sensor integration, wireless telemetry, and water-efficient irrigation and controlled drainage infrastructure capacity at the Tidewater Research Station in Plymouth, N.C., and at a private site near Belhaven, N.C. CPF Global also conducts on-demand routine and custom soil, water, and plant tissue testing through the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA & CS) Agronomic Services division and N.C. State University.
- Cypress Prong Farms, a commercial farming operation and field laboratory located near Spring Hope, N.C. specializing in premium quality hay, novel and emerging crops, and timber.
- Agrosphere International, a digital platform dedicated to publishing data and exchanging know-how with the global community of farmers, scientists, engineers, technologists, and informed citizens.
We invite you to browse our site. Examine recent and ongoing work in Projects; for the novice and seasoned professional we offer a series of technical notes in Dirt Hog’s Companion and Advancing Agronomy; links to innovative, boot-worthy ideas about tillage, agro-productivity, and resource-efficient “sustainable” agriculture in Behind the Wire; the evolving field of site-specific management in On Point; Agrosphere Journal, a poignant if occasionally unorthodox blog that ponders land and life and everything within and between; finally, learn about culture, agriculture, and the world beyond in Explorations. And let us know if you have found something useful or thought-provoking here, or simply want to talk shop. We perceive no boundaries in public discourse for brazen ideas about sustaining a hungry planet.