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Above and Below
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How This Company Is Revolutionizing the Way Farmers Do Their Job
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Cloud Over the Fields
By collecting data from millions of acres of farmland, a California startup wants to help farmers make smarter business decisions.
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Investment in agtech is surging. But are farmers buying what Silicon Valley is selling?
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New Technology Can:
JOE JIMENEZ Reach the sick ACCORDING TO THE WORLD HEALTH Organization, 400 million people do not have essential health services. That’s more than the entire population of the U.S. But emerging technologies can enable us to deliver health care world
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I Went To India And Saw The Future Of Climate-Smart Farming
Earlier this fall, I traveled to central Gujarat and northern Punjab, in India, to meet with rural farmers who were trying new techniques to combat climate change. Sitting under a mango tree, I spoke with 65-year-old Raman Bhai Parmar, who told me ab
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How Ag-Tech Ripened Into a Growing Market
As the market grows for better farm data, VC firms are seeding new developments.
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This Land Ain’t My Land
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We Need To Protect The World's Soil Before It's Too Late
Little, Brown and Company The Ground Beneath Us The following is an excerpt from The Ground Beneath Us by Paul Bogard. It’s hard to believe that American society could possibly collapse because of a lack of soil. And it’s true that we in the States a
- Oct 24 20163 minutes
Engineered Food Holds Our Future
ON THE OCCASIONAL clear-frost autumn night, my dog takes the opportunity to remind me that she is not a dog. Bewitched by sounds that I cannot hear and by smells that I cannot imagine, she plants her four feet stolidly apart and raises her head up to
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Will Humans Run Out Of Fertilizer?
It helped people spread and multiply. Now critics worry it's destroying the planet. An Object Lesson.
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How To Make Farmers Love Cover Crops? Pay Them
New satellite images reveal that few Midwestern farmers are planting pollution-preventing "cover crops." In Maryland, though, farmers are doing it, thanks to hefty subsidies.
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10 Food & Farming Companies to Watch - Entrepreneur's Brilliant 100
Looking for companies solving problems in the food and farming industries? Eat your heart out.
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How to Streamline Your Company's Purchasing
Cutting waste and streamlining your purchasing procedures can have a big effect on your business efficiency.
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Mmmm, Crickets: How Exo Protein Bars Found Its Wings
Two entrepreneurs are singing the praises of cricket-based protein bars.
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Top 100 Homebased Franchises
Want a business you can feel comfortable with, minus the cost of a storefront or office? These franchises may be just what you're looking for.
- Mar 15 20174 minutes
Why Preserving Wild Spaces Is Important To Agriculture
Used with permission of Little, Brown and Company, New York. All rights reserved. Excerpted from Never Out of Season, Copyright © 2017 by Rob Dunn. The following is an excerpt from Never Out of Season by Rob Dunn. Superficially, agriculture, includi
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Small-Sized Companies: The Best Company Cultures in 2017
Entrepreneur teamed up with CultureIQ to rank high-performance cultures at small-sized companies for our Top Company Cultures list.
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STEVE GOLDBERG Drones, by one definition, are neither high-tech toys nor lethal weapons. They are worker bees that are the foundation of a colony. And that’s where the future lies in nondefense industries like farming, insurance, and construction, w
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The Original Sharing Economy
For most of human history, there was no such thing as private property.
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The Company Leading the Future of Farming
Modern Meadow aims to combine 3-D printing and tissue engineering to meet the world's demand for beef and leather.
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Bragging rights for the sweetest root at Union Square.
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The Curious Case of the Exploding Pig Farms
At first, the manure was just harmlessly foaming. Only later on did things get lethal. Hog farms in the Midwest are great big barns sitting on top of great big pits filled with a great deal of awful-smelling manure. The pigs walk about on a slatted f
- Feb 8 20173 minutes
The Quinoa Genome Could Help Scientists Get It Out Of The Health Food Aisle
flickr user Mickaël T Quinoa field in Salar de Uyuna, Bolivia A striking sea of red and yellow. Hailed as the King of grains, quinoa doesn’t need more hype to cement its position as a superfood in the American supermarket. But now scientists have a