It's a critical matter to prepare the next generation of farmers and give them the technology they want and need.
More collaboration between biological and chemical crop protection makers can better serve growers, workers, consumers, and the environment.
Farmers are all too familiar with the rampant uncertainty that riddles the markets and crops every season, so they should consider putting together a hedging strategy, writes Howard Marella.
While a number of outside investors have been great assets to our industry, many others have been a net negative for agriculture, writes Jim Budzynski.
Chemical pesticides are under increasing scrutiny from consumers and regulators; biopesticides can provide an alternative or supplement to these traditional chemical pesticides, write Spencer Maughan and Kieran Furlong.
There are an increasing number of large food companies seeking to stay on top of new technologies and innovations by engaging with startups, many through food incubators.
Drew Fox asks, is farmland investment the best way to access the opportunity in agriculture, or is there a better solution?
Agriculture data has been a big disappointment for the majority of farmers, particularly in the US. But there is still much potential if approached the right way, according to Igor Ivanov and Ellen Czaika.
Murray Indick is a partner at global law firm Morrison & Foerster and here offers tips on how to launch an agtech startup.
Indoor farming is a business and business is hard. Here are five online platforms to help indoor farmers.
Many Brazilian farmers are struggling to stay in business because their working capital is disappearing, writes Ed Siatti.
Intrapreneurial projects are a way for large companies gain in agility, to the benefit of the whole food and agriculture innovation ecosystem, writes Christophe Breuillet.
Brexit presents an opportunity for the UK to re-pivot, refocus and redeploy its capital and energies towards the nation’s value-added agricultural technologies and cutting-edge science capabilities, writes Richard Ferguson.
This last in a three-part series by Joe Byrum explores the use of data by non-farming organizations and the need to improve data collection for the benefit of the whole agriculture industry.
There's a real risk that the biggest agricultural companies in the world right now might not be the same in 10 years’ time. That doesn't have to be the case, but if you look at the data, it's not hard to imagine it happening, writes Paul Cuatrecasas.
This is the second article in a three-part series from Joe Byrum about agricultural data as a commodity and currency, this time focusing on farmers.
With technology set to disrupt the food & beverage industry, it’s becoming clear that, for companies that wish to survive, change is not an option, write sustainability consultant Tod Christenson.
Where are all the women in the agriculture industry, asks Amy Wu?
There are few places in the world that have a better environment for building agtech devices and large scale smart farming projects than Taiwan, writes Matthew Ryan.
The first in a three-part series by Joseph Byrum explores the development of data as an agricultural commodity.