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Intelligent Precision Spraying

Smart Weed Detection and Elimination

Transforming existing spraying equipment into smart spraying. Agriculture is undergoing an evolution - and AgTechLogic is positioning itself in becoming a vital part of the shift, with its omni-focused approach in enhancing, researching, and developing innovative solutions within the AgTech industry. Creative precision agriculture services to address the industry challenges today and new innovations to protect the future of farming.
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weed management

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water conservation

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seedling management

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Innovative Weed Management Precision Spraying

Advanced sensor technology detects weeds from living crops, sprays only the weeds, saving farmers up to 90% on chemical usage. Effective weed detection and elimination is becoming increasingly important in today’s growing environment with less precipitation, limitations on herbicide usage and resistant weeds.

AgTechLogic transforms precision spray technology to significantly reduce the use of herbicides, along with impactful conservation of water, fuel, and labor costs. We create an opportunity to have every farmer, municipality, and transportation sector to utilize our technology by converting their existing spraying equipment to an intelligent sensor-controlled precision sprayer.

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Sustainable Solutions are Vital to the Future

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Reduction of chemical use with precision spot spraying technology

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World population will increase by 2B people by 2050, requiring a 60% increase in food productivity

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Increase cost in glyphosate in past 24 months, plus continued shortages persist

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Amount of all pesticides/herbicides are used within agriculture throughout the US

The Latest News

Hazardous Herbicide Chemical Goes Airborne

"Dicamba drift"—the movement of the herbicide dicamba off crops through the atmosphere—can result in unintentional damage to neighboring plants. To prevent dicamba drift, other chemicals, typically amines, are mixed with dicamba to "lock" it in place and prevent it from volatilizing, or turning into a vapor that more easily moves in the atmosphere.

Hazardous Herbicide Chemical Goes Airborne

Agtech Investment Accelerator Kicks Off

October 22, 2022 - Huntsville, Ala. – Global venture firm and startup accelerator, gener8tor, in partnership with the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, announced the five startup companies selected for the inaugural fall 2022 HudsonAlpha Agtech Investment Accelerator. Kicking off on October 13, the 12-week accelerator invests in five startups at the forefront of the Agtech industry.

Agtech Investment Accelerator Kicks Off

Converting Agriculture Technology into Commercial Products

Huntsville, Alabama-based accelerator seeks to bolster Alabama’s ability to translate agriculture technologies into commercial products that will help producers in the state and beyond. The 12-week accelerator invests in five startups at the forefront of the agricultural technology industry.

Converting Agriculture Technology into Commercial Products

Huntsville, Alabama Hosting AgTech Start-Ups

AgTechLogic is chosen as one of five innovative start-up companies to make up the inaugural class in the HudsonAlpha AgTech Investment Accelerator, a new initiative from the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and the global venture and accelerator firm gener8tor.

Huntsville, Alabama Hosting AgTech Start-Ups

Popular herbicide weakens bumblebees’ color vision

Finnish researchers have studied how Roundup, a glyphosate based herbicide, can damage the learning, memory, and vision of bumblebees. With weakened color vision, this study showed how it can impair bumblebees' foraging and nesting success.

Popular herbicide weakens bumblebees’ color vision

Potential cancer-causing chemical used on U.S. farms.

Glyphosate, an active ingredient in many common herbicides, has heavily been debated on whether its use in farms across the United States pose negative impacts on the environment as well as humans.

Potential cancer-causing chemical used on U.S. farms.

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We are here to support farmers and municipalities in their quest for improving quality of their land. Our Lead Agronomist and entire team are ready to provide customized recommendations and solutions.

AgTechLogic, Inc. - 1910 South Stapley Drive Suite 221 - Mesa, Arizona 85204

866.586.3001

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