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From down under to outer space: Three Australian startups leading the next era of novel farming systems

From insects to indoor greens, Australian startups demonstrate the potential for novel farming systems at home and abroad. With the support of growAG.'s marketplace, three Aussie startups - ARC Ento Tech, Invertigro and the Gaia Project Australia, are gaining more visibility and investment.

Gaia's unique modular design, with Nadun Hennayaka, CEO & Founder, and Michael Bridges, Market Research Analyst

As global agricultural resources become more finite and population growth continues, many are turning to novel systems to remedy the planet’s overtaxed food system.

Australia is home to many of the latest innovations in novel farming systems, which are now gaining more visibility and investment with support from the AgriFutures growAG. marketplace that connects startups, researchers and investors to address pressing issues in the global food system.

Three Aussie startups to watch – and which are also currently featured on growAG. –  are biotech company ARC Ento Tech, indoor farming platform InvertiGro and the Gaia Project Australia, a vertical farming solution.

The trio illustrates just how much variety and capability can be found within the novel farming systems category, and each solution bears potential use cases far beyond the borders of Australia, from major metropolises to developing regions to outer space.

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