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Seven agri-tech companies have been selected to join the first Missouri Agri-Tech Connect Programme, an introduction to the St Louis agri-food ecosystem in the USA
Check the deadlines for major agri-tech funding calls many close in January 2020
We are pleased to announce that Agri-Tech East has welcomed a new member to our award-winning team, Alex Dinsdale, to help support our future growth plans, in keeping with the fact that so many of our members are based in the wider UK and internationally.
The Missouri Agri-Tech Connect Programme, which provides a gateway for UK businesses to the heart of US agricultural production, now includes introductions, networking events and 4 nights accommodation. Facilitated by the Missouri Partnership and Agri-Tech East – deadline13th December.
Emerging agri-tech offers solutions to global challenges, and new thinking on good agricultural practice is not limited by age or geography – these are some of the uplifting messages to come out of Agri-Tech East’s REAP conference ‘Innovating towards One Agriculture’.
Baby leaf has increased in value as a salad crop over recent years, from £260m of bagged salad sold in 2005 to a staggering £1.1bn in 2017. NIAB hosted a Agri-Tech Week event to discuss what would be needed to grow the crop 24/7 with minimal waste in order to maximise the potential of this crop.
Technology that reduces cost, improves efficiency and promotes the health of plants and animals was showcased at ‘Agri-Tech in Action’ . This Agri-Tech Week event was co-hosted by the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA) and Easton and Otley College.