Here we profile some of the interesting companies and new technologies being developed in the agri-tech cluster.
Aponic Ltd has developed a soilless growing system that uses 90 per cent less water than traditional agriculture, does not emit harmful run-off into the
A chance conversation in Cambridge has led to the development of a new aerial imaging service for agriculture that now supports farmers across the USA.
“We have seen real benefits with many of the technologies we’ve adopted, ” says Andrew Francis farm manager of Elveden Estates. He is one of the
Biomation have developed a new approach to soil improvement that keeps crops well hydrated and nourished. Paul Smith, head of business development from Biomation says:
The need for new thinking in the development of pest control is becoming more urgent as the EU is withdrawing many of the mainstay chemicals