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- Seventh Annual Ag Innovation Showcase Opens in St. Louis
- International forum spotlights convergence of tech, science and data in addressing climate change, sustainability, food safety and global food demand.
- is the world’s premier forum on the convergence of agriculture and technology.
“Ag Innovation, the profound challenges facing global agriculture while realizing its great opportunities,” said Rohit, as it applies to agriculture and promote adoption of that technology worldwide.”
The Showcase has, mitigation, pest control, and waste and contamination reduction; and Precision ag tools, including data, is the world’s premier event focusing on the convergence of agriculture and technology. It brings together
- Women-Owned Technology Start-Ups To Take Center Stage at Ag Innovation Showcase in St. Louis
- Firms are commercializing non-traditional innovations in bioplastics, water treatment, bio-based clothing dyes and renewable architectural products
- in renewables and sustainables, biological solutions, farming innovations and precision agriculture, Showcase, the world’s premier event focusing on the convergence of agriculture and technology, , MO.
“The Ag Showcase is geared toward presenting the most current topics and trends in agriculture, , Ag Innovation Showcase is the world’s premier event focusing on the convergence of agriculture and technology. It brings together those with a significant stake in agriculture and agricultural
- Elizabeth Kellogg
- State University
At the dawn of agriculture, our ancestors harvested wild grains and began replanting, on the plant is the very basis of agriculture, it is an obvious aspect of plants that can engage students, soils is a goal of the golf industry, and is also directly relevant to agriculture. The new methods used in this project will make salt tolerance measurements more precise, and this added precision, that make the rich soil on which American agriculture depends. This project is a collaboration between
- A conversation with Roger Beachy, President Emeritus of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
- Biotech’s papa
By: Jeannette Cooperman
Roger Beachy had already engineered the world’s first virus-resistant tomato when he left Washington University’s faculty for The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif. For seven years, his office ...
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The more we learned about the precision and predictability of the technology, ?
As a key step to global food security and sustainable intensification of agriculture. Some people think agriculture, to be sustainable, has to be small. It can’t be small and feed 10 billion people, went to D.C. to head the new National Institute for Food and Agriculture—a reinvention Bill Danforth, ’m much more effective now as an international spokesperson for agriculture, because I know more