OneHope, a Napa Valley multi-varietal winery is feeling the heat of climate change. They're starting to consider ways to adapt, but is it enough?
Founded in 2009, Gotham Greens is the largest urban agriculture company in the world. Can Gotham continue to refine and grow its hyper-local, hydroponic farming model and become the new agricultural mainstream in the US?
How can wine producers adjust to climate change, which impacts both temperature and water availability?
In the search for an answer to the question of how we will feed a growing population, Blue River Technology has created a robot that kills plants and weeds so that others may flourish while protecting the planet in the process.
A Los Alamos-based startup is disrupting the market for the oldest industry on earth: agriculture.
Driving through Iowa on my way to the Harvester Plant at John Deere was my daily ritual for majority of the summer of 2011. For roughly an hour, corn fields would arise left and right. Multiple “Hulks”, the largest Harvester […]
The times they are a-changin’ In Interstellar, a futuristic movie, Cooper the farmer tends to driverless automated farming machines that sow, fertilize and harvest crop – all guided by GPS, sensors and drones. Take a look at videos of John […]
John Deere has flipped the concept of being a farm equipment company on its head. Increasingly, its hardware is taking on the role of delivering intelligence and advanced analytics to farmers
There has been much buzz around innovations in the food industry lately: from lazy people getting their meals delivered weekly by mail to weirdos chugging white goo meant to replace actual meals and eating energy bars made with bugs. While […]
Farming is no longer about big, steel machines and farmers' intuition. Technology is transforming agriculture as we know it, and manufacturers of heavy equipment, like Deere, are forced the rethink their business model to transition into…wait for it… a tech company. (Cue gasp.)