This Agri-Tech Week workshop discuss a number of agri-tech funding schemes and provides an opportunity to hear from some of those who have benefited from them.
Hosted by Rothamsted Research in collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire and supported by the Green Triangle.
One of the funding opportunities to be discussed at the event is the SHAKE Climate Change programme. It is specifically designed to attract entrepreneurs or start-ups who have developed early stage science or tech-based ideas that can have a significant impact on climate change.
The new facility, which can also accommodate goats, is part of Rothamsted’s ‘farm lab’ at its North Wyke site near Okehampton, Devon, where it measures how sustainable different farming methods are
SHAKE will fund and train entrepreneurs and start-ups who have early stage science or tech-based solutions
The results come from a new ‘early warning system’ that has been developed at Rothamsted that aims to identify those weed populations that are close to becoming herbicide resistant.
Sussex start up Breedr and Rothamsted Research announce new ‘Field to Yield’ trial to help livestock farmers gain higher retail value for their meat products.
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The Japanese see huge potential for UK pea flour as a protein rich alternative for wheat. Pulses are gluten-free, nutritious and do wonders for the
A new study suggests that by upping forest cover from 12% to 30% of UK land over the next 35 years – close to that of
The programme of exciting events for Agri-Tech Week, 9-13 November, is shaping up and the range and diversity demonstrates clearly how the cluster has grown over