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Tag: sustainable agriculture

Sustainably Improving Crop Yield and Composition through Enhanced Photosynthesis

Understandably, one of the main themes of the recent Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress: USA was how research and industry can enable farmers and plant growers to meet the growing challenges of global food security. In his presentation, Greg Bryan introduced us to ZeaKal, a photosynthesis company developing solutions for farmers.

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What kind of plant genes allow crops to shape the rhizosphere microbiota?

In my lab we aim to decipher the genetic basis of plant-microbe interactions taking place at the root-soil interface, in the so called “rhizosphere”. Microbes in this environment, collectively referred to as the rhizosphere microbiota, can enhance mineral mobilisation for plant uptake and crop protection, thereby representing a yet untapped resource for sustainable agriculture.

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Selecting a Formulation Type and Package Size for your Biopesticides

In the final instalment in our series of articles focusing on biopesticide product development, we will be discussing the importance of selecting a formulation type and package size, preferred packaging options, crop specific economics, tank mixability, and tank mixes.

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119 Top AgTech Companies & Investors

2017 was a big year for the AgTech industry, with a record $10.1 billion in investments and an increase of 29% from 2016. Looking forward, we decided to put together a list of 119 top AgTech start-ups and investors.

In this article, we’ll be talking through the results that were gathered from the report, which you can view here.

Whether you’re looking for an investor from seed to series or you’re just interested in the market, you are sure to find this resource useful.

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