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Aussie start-up AgUnity, already boasting of a string of wins for its blockchain-based AgLedger app, which helps boost efficiency and income for some of the world’s poorest farmers, will go global in 2018, pitching to major investors at the World AgriTech Innovation Summit in San Fran and at the Global Future Agro Challenge in Turkey.
Farming Together, a federally-funded pilot program in collaborative agriculture, helps primary producers across Australia form cooperative business structures, securing their farms’ futures by pooling capital and spreading risk.
For six years, staff and students from Beijing’s China Agricultural University have been living among provincial farmers in a bid to transfer innovation from academia into the field. Since their arrival, crop-yield increases on pilot farms have skyrocketed.