All in Agricultural Technologies
Now in its 5th year, the summit will gather 1000+ global agri-food corporates, innovators and investors to uncover the most exciting innovations in the agri-food sector and to forge the right partnerships to take those solutions to market.
The world is going to run out of food. Don't worry, the best minds are on it. They are using robots, better seeds, lighting and irrigation systems to reimagine farming.
An indoor farm in Brooklyn, N.Y., wants to do its part to restore consumer confidence in greens.
Ogbole says that there are many advantages to aeroponics, the biggest being that you can grow crops at any time of the year.
Located in a former Pfizer factory in the Williamsburg district, the company said one of its main aims is to offer young people careers in agriculture.
High-tech strawberries are flourishing in Paris. French urban tech farming start-up Agricool has just picked up a cool €25m to grow more fruit
The deal was a key part of Osram’s mission of moving beyond its role as a lighting company, and becoming a leading provider of intelligent plant growth solutions.
Paul Zabel from the German Aerospace Center operates a greenhouse in the Antarctic, where tomatoes, lettuce and cucumbers flourish
The retail group sees multilayer cultivation as part of its wider aim of pursuing more sustainable products, shortened chains and innovation.
Today we’re talking about an experiment which we ran to compare four of the most popular hydroponic techniques.
"We have a growing population and a finite amount of land. We've got to find other spaces to grow in"Steven Dring, founder, Growing Underground
The Aquaponics Association’s Putting Up Shoots conference in September, 2018 featured breakout discussion sessions for Aquaponics in STEM Education and for other sub-fields of aquaponics.
The project aims to motivate and enable a healthier and sustainable lifestyle for people in cities by making "homes the new farmland".
In suburban Beijing, a number of plant factories built with innovative techniques have incorporated farming into urban growth.
French urban agriculture start-up Agricool has secured $28 million in its latest funding round, including an investment from Danone’s investment arm, Danone Manifesto Ventures.
One rooftop greenhouse company in Chicago says their lettuce is safer and longer-lasting.
How Industry and Academia can Work Together’, Colangelo discussed the current status of indoor farming industries.
Mickens has published two manuscripts on the effect of light quality on ‘Outredgeous’ red romaine lettuce and “Rubi F1’ red pak choi, a Chinese cabbage.