Farm2050 another example of creative (and effective) support for incubating ag tech

Early-stage ag tech companies are very often plagued by major funding and development-related challenges. Thanks to long product development timelines, extensive regulatory requirements, and the very cyclical agriculture industry, many would-be great ideas die on the vine. Conventional funding-on...

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