Data tech experts aim to help growers


04 May 2022
YAGRO Analytics joins Hartpury's Tech Box Park

YAGRO, a data technology company aiming to help growers make better business decisions, is the latest member to join Hartpury’s Tech Box Park – a new £2million pound facility dedicated to enabling the growth of innovative local businesses.

Already partnering with farms covering nearly a million acres in the UK, the YAGRO range of products and services includes real-time intelligent tracking of crop performance software.

Catherine Briggs, Tech Box Park Centre Manager said: “With the explosion of technology on-farm, data ownership has become a critical topic for UK agriculture. So, we are delighted to welcome YAGRO to the Hartpury Tech Box Park and look forward to supporting them to grow, develop and promote their data technology solutions to the region’s farmers and farming businesses.”

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Funding for the Tech Box Park has been provided by the GFirst Local Enterprise Partnership Getting Building Fund, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust.

Customer Executive at YAGRO, Neil Cooper said: “We are in a huge time of change as the UK moves into a new era of agriculture. Farmers are the most important people in this industry, and we want to support them to make more informed and better business decisions. Driving these improvements will ultimately help us all strive toward a stronger agricultural industry.”

“We are thrilled to join the Hartpury Tech Box Park and the potential for collaboration is exciting. There is great synergy between us and Hartpury and we look forward to showcasing our tech to both existing farmers and the farmers of the future – Hartpury’s students.”

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