Israeli foodtech incubator The Kitchen has made two new investments in food safety device Inspecto and sugar reduction technology Better Juice, both of which are responding to pressing consumers demands.
Using data analytics and artificial intelligence, FieldIn analyzes geospatial, chemical, biological, weather and other data to help growers plan their pesticide applications and then monitor them in real time to spot any errors in the application.
Israeli drone software startup Skyx has raised an undisclosed seed funding round to commercialize its software that allows one operator to control a fleet of up to six crop spraying drones.
The UK spin out of pharmaceutical company Redx Pharma, is partnering with agrochemical companies to discover new ag chemical compounds.
The Applegates have been inventing and building farm technology since they were nine years old and have now launched Praxidyn, an agtech startup.
The "merger of equals" will create a $130 billion market cap company, DowDuPont, which will then split into three separate businesses for agriculture, material sciences and specialty products.
Out of the ag-rich land of Davis, California, comes a study that is sure to receive a lot of attention.
A new study from the UC Davis MIND Institute shows there’s a link between pregnant woman’s exposure to agricultural pesticides and autism.