Cutting out the exploitative middleman was the goal for this new agritech startup that is revolutionizing farming for Ghana’s smallholders.
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A new method uses advanced machine learning technology to reduce error in yield prediction and make greenhouses more efficient.
A new interactive app use artificial intelligence to enable farmers to diagnose plants and determine the best course of treatment.
A new urban development in Dubai is introducing vertical farming that uses 90 percent less water than traditional farming methods.
An Australian artist has created 3D-printed robotic flowers to help save the declining bee population.
The robot cucumber-picker is able to harvest ripe cucumbers without damaging them.
French startup is using hydroponic techniques to bring organic farming into abandoned urban areas.
A new growing method has resulted in a banana with an edible peel and a possible solution to food shortages
A new building design from Swedish startup would create an indoor large-scale, carbon-neutral farm that can be fit into urban environments.
A team of engineers designed a carbon ink that monitors a plant’s reaction to heat and light, providing an early warning for drought.
The plant cultivation technology will help provide food for crew members on board the International Space Station.
A team of researchers developed an app that uses AI to diagnose common, and devastating, Eastern Africa crop diseases.
A trial plot has been sown and harvested using only drones and autonomous farming vehicles.
A Finnish micro-farm allows efficient, year-round growing in small urban spaces.
Perfect Day is an animal-free ‘milk’ product made using yeast and designed to produce a texture and flavor like cow’s milk.
Developed by the Georgia institute of Technology, Tarzan the Robot will hang from high wires and make crop monitoring a lot less laboursome.
New smart farming system uses a vertical hydroponics set-up that allows growers to make best use of limited space and monitor their plants via app.
Paalak.in is a service that provides produce directly from farms to consumers within 14 hours using WhatsApp to send orders and delivery instructions.
The Growroom is a community garden structure, designed to feed multiple people with a minimal structural footprint.
Leading Dutch supermarket Albert Heijn has created the Help Yourself herb garden for the ultimate in freshness, allowing customers to take just what they need.
This converted shipping container contains all the tools, tech and training communities need to take control of their local food supply.
In Australia, Sundrop Farms are growing tomatoes using seawater and 23,000 mirrors.