From Farms to Incubators: How Accelerators Act as a Springboard for Women in Agtech

From Farms to Incubators: How Accelerators Act as a Springboard for Women in Agtech

Fatma Kaplan is the founder and CEO of Pheronym, an agtech startup that produces biopesticides that use pheromones (chemicals capable of acting like hormones to impact the behavior of the receiving individuals) to control a wide range of agricultural pests. The company’s mission is to help growers control pests in an eco-friendly way. Pheronym is based in Davis, Calif., located in the Central Valley—an agricultural mecca in the U.S. It is one of a growing number of agtech startups launched by women. Agtech is loosely defined as innovation, including hardware and software, that helps farmers work more efficiently. Read More @F3TechMD #Agriculture #AgTech #AgriTech #Women Source: From Farms to Incubators: How Accelerators Act as a Springboard for Women in Agtech, by Worth.

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