Georgia Centers of Innovation Agribusiness
From small-town startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, the Center of Innovation for Agribusiness accelerates the growth and development of Georgia’s number one industry by providing focused industry expertise, product commercialization assistance and access to ground-breaking research.
The Center of Innovation for Agribusiness provides the technical industry expertise, collaborative research and partnerships to help the state's #1 industry connect, compete and grow globally. With focus areas in emerging and novel crops, food business development, and precision agriculture, the Center supports Georgia’s agriculture industry and enables companies to access high-growth opportunities for increased success.
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Four Key Trends for Agriculture in 2015
Agriculture and farming have experienced some of the most innovative changes of any industry in the last five years. A wider variety of crops has become available to American planters, farmers have welcomed and implemented more efficient planting and harvesting processes, and the U.S. reached a record number of agricultural exports in 2014. So what can we expect to see in 2015?
Bo Warren, the director for the Center of Innovation for Agribusiness, offers up his Four Industry Trends for the upcoming year. From precision technology and big data, to blueberries and water usage, 2015 is positioned to deliver significant advancements in agriculture in Georgia and the nation.
Read more about Bo’s predictions here and learn more about his Center by clicking the Agribusiness link at GeorgiaInnovation.org.