The 10 Innovative AgriTech Companies in 2022

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People have depended on agriculture for years as the primary source of getting food. We have developed all kinds of ways to manipulate nature so what we can produce higher yield crops, more nutritious crops, bigger crops, crops that withstand cold, and farming equipment that allows us to manufacture these crops with relative ease. Why then are there five billion people being malnourished and forty thousand children dying each day from hunger? It seems as though world hunger is more a result of the lack of distributing the food properly than the lack of quantity.

 Artificial intelligence, analytics, connected sensors, and other emerging technologies could further increase yields, improve the efficiency of water and other inputs, and build sustainability and resilience across crop cultivation and animal husbandry.


Enabling farmers to grow the safest and most high-quality crops, INBIOAR Argentina, a biotechnological research and development company created to develop natural products for the protection of crops, has revolutionized the crop care industry.


RAS Technologies Inc.: A Disruptive Leader in Aquaculture

David Barnes, the President of the technology-driven RAS Technologies, points out the depletion in the quality of seafood due to malicious human practices.

AgUnity: Connecting Farmers with the Global Supply Chain

The idea was to ‘meaningfully help the one billion poorest farmers in the world,” and the foundations of AgUnity were laid.

Developing Sustainable Agriculture with AgXeed

Automation has aided businesses in growing efficiently and rapidly. These organizations have been able to thrive in ever-expanding markets thanks to advances in information technology.

Farm Compare: A vision-based business empowering farmers

Farm Compare, a unique concept-based business started by husband and wife Oliver and Karen McDonald in County Armagh, Northern Ireland is creating ripples across the business world.


Homelessness for long-term tenants who were evicted during the housing boom

Elderly long-term renters are facing the very real risk of homelessness as skyrocketing rents encourage landlords to sell.

Why blockchain might make establishing credentials easier for employees and students

Traditionally, institutions own and control certifications like degrees, but that could shift with ‘digital degrees

Improved and more precise data collection is necessary for indigenous food sovereignty.

In the face of governmental efforts to dismantle Indigenous agricultural economies, Indigenous communities have made important strides toward food sovereignty.


medical care pandemic

Five ways that the epidemic has impacted standard medical procedures

Since the beginning of the pandemic, COVID has infected at least a third of the UK population and is estimated to have factored in the deaths of almost 200,000 people in the UK.

Climate implications for young athletes participating in sports during the world’s warmest years

Too hot to handle: Climate considerations for youth sport during the hottest years on Earth

Food packaging at the store is where obesity prevention begins.

With so much competition, food marketers need to grab the attention of consumers so they buy their products, not another competitors.


The next resource dilemma that could inhibit green technology and jeopardise food security is sulfuric acid.

Without sulfur in the form of sulfuric acid, industries would struggle to produce the phosphorus fertilisers that raise farm yields or extract the essential metals used in everything from solar panels to electric car batteries.

We trained an AI to assist tropical countries adjust as rain is becoming harder to predict due to climate change.

While rivers and reservoirs run dangerously low in Europe, there is catastrophic flooding in Pakistan and the US.

The pandemic forced universities to re-evaluate their delivery of classes, extending remote teaching practices and building in flexibility to manage an unpredictable situation.

What educators think about young people’s usage of technology

Mobile phones, computers, social media and the internet are part of the daily lives of children and young people, including at school.





What kind of thoughts now, do you carry
In your travels day by day
Are they bright and lofty visions,
Or neglected, gone astray?

Matters not how great in fancy,
Or what deeds of skill you’ve wrought;
Man, though high may be his station,
Is no better than his thoughts.

Catch your thoughts and hold them tightly,
Let each one an honor be;
Purge them, scourge them, burnish brightly,
Then in love set each one free.

-Myra Viola Wilds

The Circus

O, the circus parade! O, the circus parade!
It lays all the politics back in the shade,
And the merchants forget that they’ve got any trade,
While many remember they’ve never been paid
As they rushed out to look at the circus parade;
And preachers who used to be terribly staid
Yell just like boys at the circus parade.
Every one’s there, both the mistress and maid,
All looking on at the circus parade.

And out at the grounds, when you’ve seen the parade,
How delicious it is to drink pink lemonade;
And look at the elephant twirling his trunk,
And laugh at the capers cut by the monk;
Watch the old clown who is acting a dunce,
And try hard to see three rings going at once;
Gaze at the ringmaster cracking his whip,
And watch the tight-rope artist skip.
I saw that circus, Yes Sirree!
Saw about enough for three.

-Edwin C. Ranck

The Garden

My heart is a garden tired with autumn,
Heaped with bending asters and dahlias heavy and dark,
In the hazy sunshine, the garden remembers April,
The drench of rains and a snow-drop quick and clear as a spark;

Daffodils blowing in the cold wind of morning,
And golden tulips, goblets holding the rain,
The garden will be hushed with snow, forgotten soon, forgotten,
After the stillness, will spring come again?

-Sara Teasdale

The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

-Robert Frost


“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” 

-Mae West

“Get busy living or get busy dying.”

Stephen King

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”

-Thomas A. Edison

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

-Maya Angelou