The White House, FDA, and NOAA made key moves that could impact the food & ag industry during the first few days of 2017.
There’s no doubt that agriculture technology, as a sector of innovation, is having a moment. But how will agritech investment play out over the long term?
Bill Dowdle is stepping down as the CEO of AgLink and along with tech manager Phil Hoult, shares his thoughts about the Aussie agtech scene.
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Last month AgFunderNews caught up with Andy Ziolkowski, managing director at Chicago-based agtech VC Cultivian Sandbox, to discuss a growing trend for investing in both farmland and agtech.
The need to engage more effectively with ag scientists and other agtech stakeholders was one of the main challenges cited by UK farmers speaking at the Realizing our Economic and Agricultural Potential conference in Cambridge last month.
A further 36 funds, across farmland, agribusiness and agriculture technology, are still in the market targeting $7.5 billion collectively, according to Prequin.
AgFunderNews caught up with Johnny Kahlbetzer, the Twynam Agriculture Group director, to discuss the crop and livestock producer's recent foray into agriculture technology investment.
AgFunderNews recently met George Freeman MP, UK Minister for Life Sciences, to hear a bit more about the strategy and initiatives the UK government is promoting for the country's agtech sector.
The commercial distribution of agriculture technologies is one of the main hurdles that agtech companies and their venture capital partners face, according to speakers at the World Agri-Tech Investment Summit in London this week.
Investment in food and agriculture will reach more than $4 billion by the end of the year, according to a recent report from Dutch banking group Rabobank.
Carl Warner has created a series of short animations depicting agricultural technologies developed in the UK to help combat hunger in developing nations.
Tomer Poran and Deepak Jagannathan talk us through why Draper Nexus has decided to invest in agtech, despite the challenges it presents as a sector.
The biotech research company expects its engineered "energy" tobacco to outperform other leading biomass feedstocks as a low cost, sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.
As its name suggests, the Minnesota-based company is revamping cumbersome modern tractors into nimble, autonomous vehicles.
Innovation in agriculture is rife and agriculture technology startups could become the next generation of food and agriculture companies. But some investors are unsure how to invest in this growing sector. Here are our top 3 ways to access agtech.
This is the second part of Raghavan Sampathkumar's article on the prospects and challenges of agtech development in India. In part two he discusses realistic scenarios in the country's agriculture sector, and offers recommendations to agtech entrepreneurs.