Growers will soon be able to visit our demo site & experience our NFT starter system first-hand. These systems can easily be scaled to a commercial level.
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Today, there are hundreds of agriculture tech startups around the world, and some experts say the situation reminds them of the early days of the internet: There’s a lot of activity in agriculture, but no clear winners yet – it’s hard to say who might become the Facebook or Amazon of the scene. Couple that with climate change pressures, the fact that two billion more people will live on this planet by 2050, and that just 40% of the world’s land is available to grow crops, and you have yourself a market ripe for innovation — and big money.
”The ag tech space right now is in a very unique position. You can’t ignore the fundamentals,” says vice president of Business Development at AgTech Accelerator Corp., Corey Huck. You have to produce a lot more crop on limited acres, and 70% of fresh water is already being used in agriculture. We have to do more with less at the end of the day and the only way you can do that is with technology.”
Sources: Forbes | The 25 most Innovative AgTech startups
Investment in the right equipment upfront is the foundation of achieving greater production efficiency & cutting down on labor costs. Our NFT profiles are specifically designed to achieve just that:
Global food demand is projected to skyrocket in the future, creating vast job opportunities in food production, transformation and marketing. But who will seize them? More specifically: who will grow tomorrow’s food?
The future of the farming profession is in jeopardy. In many parts of the world, farm workers are in their late 50s and ageing. Even in Africa where the rural population is younger, young people dream of ditching fieldwork for city jobs. With low access to land, finance and knowledge on the one hand, and the pull of urban lifestyles on the other, farming is indeed a hard sell for many young people.
Yet other trends give reason for optimism: in surveys, younger generations express a thirst for innovation, private entrepreneurship and meaningful work. Younger generations care much more about the quality, sustainability and provenance of the food they eat than their parents do. And many are drawn to technologies that have the potential to break new ground in food and agriculture. Among these agricultural innovations, we see a worldwide shift towards growing Hydroponically as a means of feeding an exploding world population, whilst contending with climate changes that brings water shortages.
This one-hour event, moderated by international journalist Femi Oke, will give voice to people who are bucking the ageing farmer trend and bringing their commitment, business skills and new ideas to agriculture. Four speakers – in their 20s, 30s, and 40s – will share their challenges and breakthroughs – from supplying a small café in Kampala, Uganda with fresh greens, to investing in solar panels to lower the cost of poultry operations in rural Jamaica, understanding how to keep daughters on the family farm in Western Australia, and applying agroecology on a large scale to restore degraded soils and produce higher yields in the state of Sao Paolo, Brazil. The event will be livestreamed globally and integrate questions from online viewers.
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NFT Hydro & Haygrove tunnels together we offer turn key solutions for our clients. Through our established partnerships & suppliers situated around the world, we are able to offer turnkey solutions to our clients. From small micro green setups to large commercial farms, we support a greener future.
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The significant investment in food security Agriculture technology (agritech) is becoming a key area of focus for investors globally. One of the main focus areas of agritech is the ability to grow more food for an ever increasing population. It is, therefore, no surprise that we see a significant interest from commercial growers & farmers globally and locally investing in growing Hydroponically to meet the increasing demand from consumers.
NFT Hydro along with, our extensive Agritech partnerships will ensure that you have all the support you need to start growing Hydroponically.
Start to grow Hydroponics or contact Lynn Gunning – 083 3737 8602