While covid made one of the original goals of the ITP, getting out and making global connections, difficult, the pandemic did heighten the importance of agritech for food supply and security.
The funds will help accelerate the development and adoption of technologies in horticulture.
Foreign investment in NZ agritech firms hailed as way of future.
Agritech comes in many forms – but the simpler, the better says an early triallist of a promising new app
A knowledge hub has been established, compiling a database of all known agritech firms, contacts and locations throughout NZ.
AgResearch scientists show there's no ‘quick-fix formula’ to reduce the total amount of urine nitrogen from cows.
NZ technology works to keep a record of who’s on-farm, doing what.
Product aims to help sheep, beef and deer farmers keep track.
A predictive tool enables biosecurity agencies to cast a digital eye around the globe.
WayBeyond works to create a knowledge based system for farmers.
Winners will be announced at the innovation awards event during Fieldays.
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Award recognises benefits of combining indigenous knowledge with biotechnology.
Three Waikato-based companies were responsible for just over 50% of the TIN200 Agritech revenue in 2021.
Rezare systems has been integral in developing numerous back-end and farmer-facing software solutions in the primary sector.
Aphids cause millions of dollars in crop damage each year, but a new online tool can help growers pick the best time to carry out control measures.
With the world population projected to top 10 billion by 2050, far more food will need to be produced, so new technology will be vital.
Turning an irrigation sensor into an onboard agronomist is helping Canterbury-based Dairy Holdings hit some ambitious water-saving targets, while also growing more feed using less fertiliser.
The first Ireland-New Zealand agritech summit is strengthening the ties between the two countries and it won’t be the last.
The focus of the new group is “to continue to build Māori capacity and beneficial Māori-centred research".
The loan is also the first of its type to come in under the Sustainable Agriculture Finance Initiative (SAFI) outlines.
The acquisition is viewed as complementary to Anzco’s existing biotech business, and both will continue to operate independently.
Considerable opportunities exist for New Zealand agritech companies to develop business and relationships in Japan.
NZ tech firms have tipped beyond the startup phase to expansion, growing international recognition of this country’s expertise at developing new tech.