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Chalante has developed a parasiticide with a novel mode of action that promises a new approach to tackle the nematode problem which impacts productivity.
Changing customer tastes mean that almost half of prime beef now fails to meet ideal market specifications*. Breedr has developed an easy-to-use app that will help farmers finish cattle to retailers’ specifications with greater precision, underpinned by the data to evidence this.
Improving consistence of products in alignment with customer specifications was one of the themes at REAP this year. Increasing accuracy in managing and predicting quality
Different methods of assessing, improving and maintaining soil health were discussed at the ‘Soil Health and Circular Economy’ Agri-Tech East event hosted by NIAB on
By delivering a ‘triple-helix’ model for innovation – which brings together industry, research and government – Agri-Tech East is helping to facilitate the rapid growth
This event at the University of Hertfordshire explored the innovative and cutting edge solutions being developed to improve crop protection in the face of environmental
Helping producers benefit from objective consumer insights was one of the subjects discussed at ‘Big Data and the Supply Chain’, the Norfolk-based Agri-Tech Week event
“The discussions and debate you have heard today is just the start,” Dr Belinda Clarke, Director of Agri-Tech East, said at REAP. “Ideas generation is
The new tech is available for flower, herb and food producers to rent, providing producers with affordable and consistent technology to extract flavours or fragrances in-field.
University of Essex launched its new Plant Science Innovation Centre at its Agri-Tech Week event and showcased its £11.8 million STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)