ERGOPONIC (website) and Harvest Today (website) have jointly announced a new partnership to develop an innovative product. This will incorporate Harvest Today’s flagship product, the Harvest Walls, and ERGOPONIC’s industrial capacity. The partnership will bring together two companies in the agriculture technology industry; both committed to sustainability and efficiency. Together, they aim to deliver a solution that will be profitable for its users.
SEPEC Consults’ Chairman, Jean-Luc Achard, announced the partnership with Harvest Today to market containers equipped with the Harvest Walls and CEA control technology. The partnership combines the industrial capacity of Ergoponic and the flagship product of Harvest Today, with both companies committed to sustainability and efficiency. The collaboration aims to offer unique performance, contributing to the growth and development of the Controlled Environment Ag business and decreasing the industry delivery time to a few weeks.
Harvest Today’s Founder and CEO, Rick Langille, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, citing the scalability of both the Harvest Wall and Ergoponic’s engineering creativity as beneficial to the Controlled Environment Ag business. Ergoponic and Harvest Today invite readers to learn more about their innovative solutions that empower global and local communities to grow fresh produce closer to home, promoting the harvest revolution. Ergoponic is an AgTech company that provides modular solutions for optimized crop growth in controlled environments. At the same time, Harvest Today is an agri-tech company committed to transforming the future of agriculture.
The Increasing Need For Modularity in The Agriculture Industry
The agriculture industry is facing significant challenges due to climate change, water scarcity, and the increasing demand for food. In response, there is a growing need for modularity in agriculture, which refers to breaking down complex systems into smaller, more manageable components or modules. Modularity has several benefits, including greater flexibility in responding to environmental changes, improved efficiency and sustainability, and enhanced productivity and profitability.
Modularity provides farmers with the flexibility to adjust their operations in response to environmental changes such as drought or extreme weather events. Allows farmers to break down the production process into smaller modules; farmers can optimize each module for maximum output, improving the efficiency of the production process. Additionally, modularity can help reduce waste and environmental impacts by implementing more targeted and precise management practices, improving sustainability.
Furthermore, modular systems enable farmers to focus on high-value crops or products, ultimately improving productivity and profitability. By breaking down the production process into smaller modules, farmers can more easily identify inefficiencies and areas for improvement, enabling them to make informed decisions about resource allocation. Additionally, modularity can increase the resilience of the agriculture industry by reducing risk exposure. Farmers can better cope with market fluctuations, climate variability, and other external factors that impact production by diversifying their operations and focusing on multiple modules.
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