Author: Justin Allen

We would like to congratulate ActiveCharge and InventWood, F3 Tech's 2020 Accelerator Companies, for being selected by the Governor Larry Hogan as one of Maryland's Future 20 Start-Up Companies.The Maryland Future 20 is part of Innovation Uncovered, an ongoing initiative by the Maryland Department of Commerce to highlight the state’s...

Zero-input underwater farms, which means growing food without the need for freshwater, fertilizer, or feed, could be the most sustainable way to produce food in the era of climate change. The crops, which soak up greenhouse gases, further help rebalance and rebuild local ecosystems. @F3TechMD #agtech #agritech #agribusiness #f3tech Source: Like underwater...

F3 Tech Accelerator and Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, along with lead sponsor the Maryland Department of Commerce, are pleased to announce they are hosting a virtual two-day Cyber in Ag Symposium highlighting the cybersecurity threat environment among the agricultural and food industry sectors. @F3TechMD #agtech #agritech #agribusiness #f3tech Source: F3 Tech &...

The Coronavirus pandemic and a shortage of agricultural workers has led to a spike in interest and investment in farm robotics and automation. Learn more. @F3TechMD #agtech #agritech #agribusiness #f3tech Source: Farm robots given Covid-19 boost...

The possibilities offered for agriculture by new technologies, big data and the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) makes precision agriculture a market that’s sure to grow over the coming years. Yet so far, uptake on innovative agricultural methods that combine technology with farming on-the-ground has been slower than...

Danone has been crafting pledge after pledge on sustainability, urging its rival big food conglomerates to follow suit. Recently recognized for its work reducing deforestation, the French multinational last year launched a coalition to look into the widespread adoption of regenerative agriculture practices in the dairy sector. @F3TechMD #agtech #agritech #agribusiness...

Little Leaf Farms, which grows the number one, best-selling crunchy baby green lettuce in the United States, is doubling its sun-drenched, greenhouse-growing capacity to 10 acres of lettuce fields under glass, producing more than two million packages of lettuce each month, and broadening distribution of the fan-favorite greens to stores...