Roots takes ag-tech to commercialisation cutting edge

By Zoe Gross. Published at Nov 22, 2018, in Technology

Small cap innovator, Roots Sustainable Agricultural Technologies (ASX:ROO), is creating disruptive technologies to solve critical problems faced by the agriculture community, including water shortages, food production security, extreme weather conditions and global warming.

This week, Roots co-founders, Dr Sharon Devir and Boaz Wachtel, spoke to the Finance News Network about these technologies — Root Zone Temperature Optimisation (RZTO) and Irrigation by Condensation (IBC) — alongside recent installations and trial results. You can watch the video at the link below.

Roots co-founders talk tech, trials and commercialisation (Source: Finance News Network)

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