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Water Knows No State Line: Biological Products for Cleaner Water

Every spring, a dead zone blooms in the Gulf of Mexico, at the mouth of the Mississippi River. In this hypoxic (low-oxygen) environment, little grows and little lives: mobile animals, like fish, swim out in search of better waters, while fixed...

Betting on our future, Part 1

This is a two-part post. I’ll be sharing the second half in early January 2019.

An agricultural trifecta: healthy planet, healthy people, healthy profits

In later years, Norman Borlaug would be known as the man who saved a billion lives, but in 1944, he was an agronomist with a problem. He’d moved to Mexico City to join the Cooperative Wheat Research Production Program, a collaborative effort between...

Startups Bring Speed and Agility to Agriculture

The work of startups in agriculture is rooted in profound urgency. Our food production system needs resiliency in the face of volatile climate patterns and turbulent trade headwinds. Speed is of the essence, and as startups, speed is often one of...