Agri-tech ConsortiumAppliedcropscience

Our collaboration with others in the industry led to the creation in March 2016 of a national Centre for Applied CropScience (CACS), as part of the Government’s Agri-Techstrategy.

With £21.3m of government investment, CACS will lead the way in developing solutions to the challenges facing world agriculture, bringing together the best expertise, knowledge and insight from leading research organisations and industries in the sector. This collaboration between academia and industry is designed to give farmers access to the best and most sustainable technologies, strategies and protocols to improve crop performance. As a core partner, with board representation, Frontier is influential in identifying and selecting projects that will make a significant difference at the farm gate.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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