• REAP exhibition - Do you have a new agri-tech product or service?

    Chance to showcase your new agri-tech product or service at REAP

    From strawberry picking robots, to bee mimics and portable weather stations – we have had a wide variety of agri-tech demonstrated in the REAP Technical Exhibition.  The companies that have seized this opportunity to meet potential end-users, partners and investors have found it highly beneficial.  The REAP conference is on 7th November 2018 and we are offering a select number of organisations the chance to participate.

    Dynamic space

    The venue has a great open plan area that provides an lively exhibition space alongside the conference presentations. We are looking for relevant companies to participate in this year’s Technology Exhibition, ideally you will have something innovative to demonstrate and will be looking to share ideas with our enthusiastic delegates.

  • sudo grow hackathon gnome

    Three things not to do when running a hackathon

    We ran our first Agri-Tech Hackathon early this year in partnership with Allia Serious Impact.  It was an intensive weekend that resulted in some very exciting ideas emerging. A hackathon…

  • Zhenling Cui

    REAP 2018 – how Chinese farmers used science to inform best practice

    Increased productivity with reduced environmental impacts may sound like the holy grail of farming, but our keynote speaker at REAP, Dr Zhenling Cui of the China Agricultural University, Beijing, will…

  • Dave Hughes, Syngenta

    Novel agri-tech best way to produce enough safe, high-quality food whilst reducing environmental impact

    When Dave Hughes started working for Syngenta over 20 years ago his focus was chemistry but his interests and that of the company have developed and it is now a…

  • REAP Conference 2018

    Our fifth REAP conference comes at a time of unprecedented change, uncertainty and challenge for farmers and innovators. REAP 2018 will focus on growing productivity at a number of levels –…

  • REAP 2017 - Different perspectives, same goal feat

    REAP 2017 report: Today’s knowledge meets tomorrow’s technology

    Land is finite, so the big question is how best to manage this precious resource to provide enough nutritious food for our population – not just in this decade, but generation after…

  • Social, Strategic or Opportunistic - How Do You Network

    Social, Strategic or Opportunistic – How Do You Network?

    “I came here with a specific goal – to meet farmers to recruit into a new soils project – and I’ve achieved it,” a delegate from a major agri-research organisation…

  • Erosion proof farming meets technology (Brian Fischer for www.ashmorewhitesuffolks.com)

    Making agri-tech profitable, productive and sustainable at REAP 2017

    We will be looking beyond maximising yield at this year’s REAP to explore other ways to boost the value of output and to make agriculture profitable, productive and sustainable. Prof…