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Setting the pace in agricultural innovation
There is no better place to work than at the crossroads of agriculture and technology. Sitting down with Tim Hammerich for an edition of the Future of Agriculture podcast I shared my thoughts on the state of agriculture technology and how it will continue to impact...
Following a solid “race plan” – business development plan is necessary to ignite engagement and reasonable, expectations across the value chain, especially when introducing innovations to farmers. Allan Fetters provides some coaching to Startups in preparation for entering the AgTech race.
The use of automated “Smart” Pest Traps enable growers and their Trusted Advisors to precisely time their Integrated Pest Management, IPM practices in orchard crops; Allan Fetters shares his experiences with the use of this technology in California’s Central Valley.
Automated pest monitoring is gaining the attention of both growers and investors. Allan Fetters shares his experience with this technology.
The race is on in AgTech; Allan Fetters provides his prospective and training plan to coach start-up, tech companies, agribusiness, academics and venture capitalist that are looking to serve agriculture with technology.