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Multiple industries
Cereal grains Cross industry Natural capital assets Oilseeds Pulse grains
Organisation

Loam

Loam is using the world’s smallest organisms to solve the world’s biggest problems. Loam works with 4.5 billion years of evolution to address the climate crisis.
  • Location

    New South Wales

  • Organisation type

    Startup or Scaleup or SME

Multiple industries
Aquaculture Beef cattle Cereal grains Dairy Eggs Forestry Fruits Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Wine
Multiple technology areas
Crop protection Input management Plant science
Opportunity

Bardee: black soldier fly organic fertiliser - Superfly® - seeking commercial trial partners in horticulture, broadacre and pasture industries

Opportunity for

  • Australian horticulture, broadacre and pasture farms to trial organic certified fertiliser and soil enhancer made from black soldier fly castings and exoskeletons
  • Led by

    Bardee

  • Opportunity type

    Field trial

  • Readiness
    Any (TRL 1-9)
    For opportunities that are seeking solutions providers who are at any stage of readiness.
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Multiple industries
Cereal grains Cotton Oilseeds Pasture, fodder & feed Pulse grains
Multiple technology areas
Crop protection Input management Plant science
Opportunity

Laconik: Simple and easy on-farm trials - Investment and partnership opportunity

Opportunity for

  • Angel, venture capital and corporate investors seeking equity in scalable, on-farm trialling technology
  • Agricultural seed, chemical and fertiliser companies seeking technology to enable field scale testing of new products
  • Grower groups, universities and agronomists looking to trial a technology for conducting scientific, farm scale trials. 

^This opportunity is only for professional and sophisticated investors.

  • Led by

    Laconik

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest, Field trial, Seeking partners

  • Readiness
    Mid to Late (TRL 5-9)
    For opportunities that are seeking solutions providers who are in the mid to late stages of readiness.
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Multiple industries
Cereal grains Cotton
evokeAG. Alumni
Organisation

Laconik

At Laconik our purpose is clear, we explore ways for feed the world through science. We achieve this by understanding the on-farm realities deeper than anyone else.
  • Location

    Western Australia

  • Organisation type

    Corporate, Startup or Scaleup or SME

Multiple industries
Beef cattle Cereal grains Cotton Dairy Fruits Honey bees Nuts Pasture, fodder & feed Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Vegetables Wine
evokeAG. Alumni
Organisation

Converte Pty Ltd.

Converte Pty Ltd. is a privately owned company, founded in 2011 based on intellectual property developed in the toughest Australian farming systems. We offer a proven range of Bio-Agri solutions to assist farmers in transitioning to and sustaining regenerative farming systems.
  • Location

    New South Wales

  • Organisation type

    Startup or Scaleup or SME

Multiple industries
Forestry Fruits Honey bees Vegetables
Organisation

Perth Molecular Solutions Pty Ltd

Perth Molecular Solutions are a Perth, WA-based biotechnology company that provides molecular services for the taxonomic identification and phylogenetic studies of diverse microbial, plant, and animal species.
  • Location

    Western Australia

  • Organisation type

    Research service providers

Multiple industries
Aquaculture Beef cattle Beverage Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Essential oils Forestry Fruits Honey bees Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Packaged food Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries Wine Wool
Organisation

SparkLabs Cultiv8

SparkLabs Cultiv8 identifies the world's leading start-ups working on innovative food and agricultural technology. Our mission is to integrate growth stage Agri-Food Tech companies with researchers, farmers, investors, and global corporate partners, to help digitise agriculture and contribute to a more sustainable future.
  • Location

    New South Wales, Australia

  • Organisation type

    Accelerator or Incubator

Multiple industries
Aquaculture Beef cattle Beverage Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Essential oils Forestry Fruits Honey bees Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Packaged food Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries Wine Wool
Organisation

Cultiv8 Funds Management

Cultiv8 Funds Management (Cultiv8) is a unique, commercial, and sustainably focused Funds Group, investing and partnering with companies driving innovation in global agriculture and food. We take an active, collaborative approach to solve real problems, develop solutions to increase farm productivity, modernise supply chains and create novel high-value products. We believe that impact is achieved when opportunities are sustainably commercialised.
  • Location

    New South Wales, Australia

  • Organisation type

    Investor

Pasture, fodder & feed
Multiple technology areas
Animal technology Crop protection Input management Plant science Traceability
Research project

Evaluation and positioning of dual purpose cereals for the export hay market

Dual purpose wheat and barley hay are being investigated to provide exporters with a broader suite of fodder products and …
  • Funded by

    AgriFutures Australia

  • Project date

    8 Nov 2022 -
    16 Mar 2025

  • Research organisation

    Agrilink Agricultural Consultants (Australia) Pty Ltd

Cereal grains
Multiple technology areas
Crop protection Plant science
Research project

The value and further evaluation of the mechanisms of weed interference of early vigour wheat genotypes

The identification and quantification of the plant allelochemicals, microbial transformation products and microbial transformants would provide critical data on the …
  • Funded by

    Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)

  • Project date

    2 Nov 2022 -
    30 Jul 2023

  • Research organisation

    Charles Sturt University (CSU)

Multiple industries
Fruits Vegetables
Crop protection
Research project

Validating water disinfestation systems in nursery production

This project is evaluating and comparing the effectiveness of current and alternative irrigation water disinfestation methods so that guidelines on …
  • Funded by

    Hort Innovation

  • Project date

    31 Oct 2022 -
    31 Oct 2024

  • Research organisation

    New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI)

Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Beef cattle Beverage Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Essential oils Forestry Fruits Game Honey bees Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Other rural industries Packaged food Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries Wine Wool
Multiple technology areas
Alternative protein Automation Crop protection Data and AI Food processing technology Harvest technology IoT & smart-farming Novel ingredients Plant science Processing & packaging Renewable energy Robotics
Opportunity

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO): Kick-start Program

Opportunity for

  • Australian start-ups and small businesses who would like to pursue a research and development (R&D) project, utilising CSIRO researchers and capabilities.
  • Led by

    Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest, Research partner, Acceleration, Innovation challenge, Seeking solutions

  • Express interest by

    Sunday, 30 June 2024 12:00 Australia/Sydney

  • Readiness
    Early to Mid (TRL 1-7)
    For opportunities that are seeking solutions providers who are in the early to mid stages of readiness.
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Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Beef cattle Beverage Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Essential oils Forestry Fruits Game Honey bees Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Other rural industries Packaged food Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries Wine Wool
Multiple technology areas
Alternative protein Animal technology Aquaculture technology Automation Consumer health Crop protection Data and AI E-commerce & market platforms Fisheries technology Food processing technology Harvest technology Imagery Indoor agriculture Input management IoT & smart-farming Machinery & hardware Novel ingredients Plant science
Opportunity

Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-technology (ANU Innovation Institute): opportunity for agritech businesses to join the CEAT Innovation Hub

Opportunity for

  • The CEAT Innovation Hub is expanding, and we are looking for agri-tech businesses to join the growing number of success stories who have called the Hub home. We have office, lab and hot desk spaces available for businesses of all sizes, from start-ups to more established operations. This is a unique opportunity to undertake your R&D alongside Australia’s best researchers, working together to secure funding, participate in knowledge exchange and build research impact.
  • Led by

    Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (ANU Innovation Institute)

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest

  • Readiness
    Any (TRL 1-9)
    For opportunities that are seeking solutions providers who are at any stage of readiness.
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Nuts
Crop protection
Research project

AL21004 - Cover crops for soil health and productivity

This investment explores cover cropping as a management practice in Australian almond orchards by assessing its efficacy and practicality in …
  • Funded by

    Hort Innovation

  • Project date

    18 Oct 2022 -
    30 Jul 2027

  • Research organisation

    University of Adelaide

Fruits
Crop protection
Research project

Diagnosis and management of dieback in Persimmon trees

This investment is determining which organisms are the cause of dieback in persimmon trees so that growers can be provided …
  • Funded by

    Hort Innovation

  • Project date

    30 Sep 2022 -
    30 Sep 2025

  • Research organisation

    Charles Sturt University (CSU)

Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Beef cattle Beverage Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Essential oils Forestry Fruits Game Honey bees Natural capital assets Nuts Oilseeds Other rural industries Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sheep & lamb Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries Wine Wool
Multiple technology areas
Alternative protein Animal technology Aquaculture technology Automation Consumer health Crop protection Data and AI E-commerce & market platforms Fisheries technology Food processing technology Harvest technology Imagery Indoor agriculture Input management IoT & smart-farming Machinery & hardware Novel ingredients Plant science Processing & packaging Renewable energy Robotics Traceability
Opportunity

Tenacious Ventures: enabling innovative agriculture for global impact - Fund II

Opportunity for

  • Sophisticated and wholesale investors who are passionate about the future of food and agriculture, and believe in the need for new approaches to innovation
  • Innovators and early-stage startups building solutions at the intersection of digitally-native agriculture and climate solutions.

^This opportunity is only for professional and sophisticated investors.

  • Led by

    Tenacious Ventures

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest, Seeking investment, Seeking solutions, Seeking partners

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