Wells Fargo: The Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator today announced its seventh cohort – six agtech startups working on technologies to improve soil health, optimize pest control, and scale food production.
mobius is creating naturally biodegradable and compostable materials that can replace fertilizers for improved plant and soil health.
AgroSpheres is enabling the efficient and improved use of synthetic chemicals and biologicals with the goal of cutting chemical pesticide use by 50 percent.
EarthSense is deploying robotics and machine learning to collect data that will allow farmers to increase yields, eliminate superweeds, and improve crops.
Chi Botanic is industrializing plant-cell cultures to facilitate development of natural products more efficiently and cost effectively.
TerViva is commercializing pongamia trees to increase the global supply of plant protein and vegetable oil while restoring agricultural land.
Pluton Biosciences is micromining and supplying microbes targeted at specific pests, including those with biological resistance to current products.
Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator Expedites Funding to Support Cleantech Startups Impacted by COVID-19
Wells Fargo: The Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2) has announced $900,000 in expedited strategic award funding to 18 Channel Partners to help startups stay the course on the path to commercialization.