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Greencoat Capital’s Jamie Milne walks us through the firm’s pioneering UK greenhouse which will use recycled heat from a water treatment facility to achieve optimal growing temperatures.
Greenhouse, vertical farming indoor ag, agtech
Australia’s place among the biggest global food producers could be to blame for its worrying lack of urgency and investment in agtech, says Farmbot managing director Andrew Coppin.
Aerial view of cargo ship in transit.
Refinitiv director of agricultural research Daniel Redo says congestion on China's ports is finally starting to ease but covid-19 has compounded global soybean exports woes.
Controlled environment agriculture offers reliable yield projections and when coupled with project finance techniques, developments can expect to attract institutional capital, says Rusty Brewer.
Christopher S Harrison unpicks the myriad laws and regulations that impact British investments into overseas cannabis businesses, and sets out why investors are in a legal grey area when they engage in this burgeoning global market.
The UK has available farmland, but floating farms in ports and harbors close to urban areas could spring up in a post-Brexit landscape. Sue Lister sets out a potential framework for their development.
Subsidies, tax advantages and demand from lifestyle buyers combined over the last decade to more than double UK farmland prices – post-Brexit demand will be all about farmland quality, predicts Matthew Berryman
While rising US interest rates will put a cap on timber prices, a stronger link between forestry and energy markets will help bring stability, say David Brand and MaryKate Bullen of New Forests.
Tree-nut and fish processing, Australian farmland and Uruguayan timber offer good opportunities amid rising institutional demand for agri, according to the firm's head of natural resources.
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