Agri-tech start-up launches cost-effective spectral imaging device at REAP 2019.
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’.
Start-up HayBeeSee launch Crop Hopper at Agri-Tech East’s REAP Conference.
Sons of Argentinian rancher combine farming knowledge with technical expertise.
Cornish agri-tech start-up aggregates relevant data sources in one easy-to-use dashboard.
Agri-tech start-up miniaturises biogas production to offer affordable option.
“Meeting the world’s requirements for more food by 2050 is a daunting task given current weed control methods,” says Nikolaos Koukiasas of The University of Reading, who is discussing his work at REAP 2019.
“The uncertainty over the future of metaldehyde slug pellets is forcing an era of revolutionary change in slug control,” says Dr Jenna Ross, Innovation Hub Lead at UK AgriTech centre, Crop Health and Protection Limited (CHAP).
Henry Webber, an agricultural policy advisor at Defra, is investigating the use of archaeological and agricultural datasets to provide better information on soil variation in the UK, within his PhD