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Since 2019, AgTechLogic has worked to push technology in the ag industry forward. Our vision is to put easy-to-use technology in the hands of every farmer, advisor, and retailer in the industry.

Headquartered in Mesa, AZ, the ATL team is made up of some of the best and brightest technologists, agricultural, and business professionals. We strive to build and maintain a dynamic culture of individuals who think like owners, are humble, and are inspired by our customers. Our employees are our greatest asset as we know that we will win with people. Every individual on our team owns our success.

Diverse teams make better products. If you move fast, embrace technology, are customer-focused, and are willing to handle challenges in an innovative company, ATL might just be your next journey.

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We Are On a Mission to Change the Future

Ready to join a work culture that is focused on improving the environment? See how we grow and thrive together. Work alongside us to create cutting edge technologies to advance the future of farming. Our exciting startup provides exciting opportunities to help lead you toward impactful career success.

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The Latest News

Plug and Play North Dakota Accepts 12 Startups For Their Seventh Batch

March 23, 2023 - Fargo, North Dakota. – Plug and Play North Dakota has announced 12 startups that were selected for their seventh batch of the Agtech Program. This program aims to bring global innovation by facilitating opportunities for business development, mentorship, as well as pilots and POCs between the selected startups and founding partners.

Plug and Play North Dakota Accepts 12 Startups For Their Seventh Batch

Farm Labor Shortages are Rising

With the decline in farm worker population due to high land prices, cost of operations, machinery and technology inadequacy, and more, farm operators are searching for other solutions to these shortages - implement smart agtechnology into their fields.

Farm Labor Shortages are Rising

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

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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.

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