Blockchain is forming a new world for agriculture. Ecosystem services like carbon sequestration, biodiversity and nutrient cycling could be converted into investable assets to speed up regeneration. What opportunity would this bring for growers willing to transition their practices to smart-farming? Learn more about crypto tokens in agriculture from Antony Yousefian and Sadia Ahmed.
In this episode, we're exploring how to engage farmers, landowners and locals to improve soil health collaboratively.
An outline of the UK's investment opportunities, UK trade and export, tax incentives and R&D support from the world's leading research institutions and universities to help your agri-foodtech business scale and internationalise.
In this podcast episode, our guests are Nathaniel Jackson and Angela Tsetsis from True Algae, a company that is at the forefront of innovation with algae biofertilisers.
In this Soil Health Hub podcast episode, our guest is Adrian Ferrero, CEO of Biome Makers. Biome Makers was founded in Silicon Valley in 2015. It's a global agtech company identifying microbial communities and using their DNA to profile the whole spectrum of bacterial and fungal species in the soil.
We're delighted to share the members of cohort 2021 of the Agri-FoodTech Leadership Hub. This year the group includes businesses from the US, UK, Canada, Israel, Peru and South Africa.
In this episode, our guest is Kasi McReddie. Kasi is the Business Development Manager for Livestock & Aquaculture at the Agri-Epi Centre. Kasi comes from a dairy farming background and has specific expertise in biotech solutions to animal and environmental health challenges.
Last week on 29th April Forward Food.Tech hosted a joint trade and investor event with Barclays Corporate Banking to showcase some of the most cutting-edge traceability businesses transforming the Food and Ag supply chains. The focus of the event was aimed at helping established UK food and beverage manufacturers discover the latest innovations from new brands.
In this episode, our guest is David Farquhar, CEO of IGS. IGS is an agritech business that started in 2013, revolutionising the indoor growing market.
The Soil Health Hub is an initiative we organised to uncover and learn about the challenges and opportunities around soil health. We invite farmers, industry professionals, scientists and others to share their industry wisdom and real-life experiences. Our guests in this episode are Robin Ross and Annalisa Williams from Agnexus.