In the Know: Bi-weekly Agritech Round-up (December 7, 2018)

The world of agritech is changing every day. Check out our bi-weekly round-up to stay in-the-know on the evolving world that is agriculture technology.

GFIA In Focus: Agri-Tech Adoption Must Start from the Grassroots

In this article from The Weekly Times, learn from John Fargher, co-founder of AgriWebb, an app designed to streamline farm data, about how the adoption of new technology in agriculture has to start from the ground, up.

Read more here, via The Weekly Times.

Can Blockchain Technology Save the Environment?

Did you know that several emerging blockchain use-cases could repair some of the world’s environmental challenges? A few of the advantages that innovative technology offers include automatic disaster preparedness and humanitarian relief.

Read more here, via Forbes.

The Business Value of the Blockchain

Blockchain is an ideal vehicle for companies to exchange and validate information, and it is a technology that can serve a myriad of purposes and business models. Blockchain adds value to businesses through cost reduction, revenue creation and consumer impact.

Read more here, via Visual Capitalist.

 Blockchain in Supply Chain – Every Story Needs a Hero

Curious about how blockchain improves the supply chain? In this article from Hackernoon, learn all about what makes an efficient supply chain and how this innovative technology is easily integrated into software and service platforms.

Read more here, via Hackernoon.

AgTech Trends in 2019: Synthetic Biology, Precision Agriculture, and Millennial Farmers

Agriculture technology has exceeded expectations and transformed the operational process of the entire farming industry. Learn more about the innovative solutions that are revolutionizing the way that food is produced, as well as how the population is sustained.

Read more here, via G2 Crowd.

$2 Billion Expected to be Invested in Agtech in 2018 

Did you know that $1.6 billion has been invested in agtech globally in 2018? In the last 10 years alone, the industry has seen a remarkable growth in investment, with around $6.7 billion in the last five years.

Read more here, via Future Farming.

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