Gmo Crops Regulatory Process
Looking for a professional with experience in the regulatory approval process for gmo crops in us/canada for a new gmo crop that we would like to have approved for commercial growth.+2 Other Responses
Crop loss expert for criminal trial.+6 Other Responses
Crop Health Map Sales
We need a us based agronomy and farming consultant to help us sell crop health maps (ndvi) to farmers, agronomists, and co-ops. We are offering a low cost crop health service where we will fly a field 5-30 times per season and charge a low per acre fee for each capture. We will produce ndvi, rgb, and colorir maps of each field showing crop health.
We need someone who has existing contacts with farmers, agronomists, and co-ops where you can either get us in front of them (phone or email) to pitch them or you can pitch them on our services yourself. Ideally, we’d like someone who has experience selling crop health maps to farmers, agronomists, co-ops, or whomever.+6 Other Responses
All Fruit Crops
I am an attorney in need of an expert witness on tomato and squash crops to testify as an expert witness in a bankruptcy hearing in tallahassee, florida on december 13. Testimony will include analysis of accuracy of crop yield projections, expenses and profitability.+2 Other Responses
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farmers in developing countries have the most to gain from using gmo crops, according to an annual report from pg economics which documents gains in yield and producer income, as well as reductions in pesticide use and greenhouse gas emissions, due to adoption of gmo crops globally.
The report – gm crops: global socio-economic and environmental impacts 1996-2013 – noted that global plantings of the four leading gm crops (corn, soybeans, cotton and canola) continued to grow in 2013 to a record 416 million acres.
"[gm] technology has continued to provide more productive agriculture, higher incomes to farmers and a better environment for citizens," said graham brookes, director of pg economics, co-author of the report. "a majority of these benefits continue to go to farmers and rural communities in developing countries."
the net economic benefit of crop biotechnology at the farm level in 2013 was $20.5 billion, for a cumulative total of $133.5 billion since 1996. This total was divided almost equally between farmers in developed and developing countries.
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Seeds Treatment And Crop Protection
we are looking for expertise in the seeds treatment and crop protection industries.
We are looking to understand the following aspects of the industry.
• market size by supplier (dollar value and %)
• market size by segment (seeds treatment size - field trials and greenhouse trials split (dollar value and percentage)
• market size by segment (crop protection size - field trials and greenhouse trials split (dollar value and percentage)
• preferred sourcing model
• preferred pricing model
• preferred contract terms for large and small suppliers
• standard payment terms
• outsourcing strategies of companies such as bayer cropscience, syngenta, basf, monsanto, du pont, dow (pre merger and post merger) strategies+9 Other Responses
Crop Science Field Trials
Crop science field trials
need help in obtaining the following data regarding north america crop protection and seeds field trialing
- what is the typical timeline to secure work for the upcoming field trialing season? When are contracts typically secured by? (i.E. December before trialing season)
- average cost per trial, cost per plot and/or acre
- average size of trial (how many plots/acres, primary crop focus, etc?)
- what percent of forecasted trials are conducted internally vs outsourced? What impacts the decision to outsource (i.E. Capacity, field space, accessibility to necessary equipment, resources, people, etc)?
- cost per trial based on the crop that is evolved.+5 Other Responses
We are an agricultural imaging company using aerial platforms such as drones or planes to do imaging for agriculture and other purposes.
We need help getting in front of co-ops, agronomists, large farms, small farms, and other consumers of imagery for use in agriculture. We are looking for someone who already has relationships with these entities and can help us get meetings with them and refine our pitch. Even better is if you can help us get non-binding letters of intent to purchase or sales.
We are an innovative startup - taking a new approach to imaging and are privately funded.
Keywords: mapping, ndvi, map, maps, crop, crops, crop health+35 Other Responses
Seed & Crop Protection
We are looking mainly for candidates who are veterans of the seed/crop protection industries and are knowledgeable regarding the seed trait industry (gmo).
We are mainly interested in the business model side and not so much on the r&d side. It is preferable if they are specifically knowledgeable regarding herbicide tolerant traits.
Some of the key questions that are of interest to us:
• the business model behind a trait business – how does a company generate revenue from a trait?
• how is a royalties model calculated (for out-licensed traits)?
• once a trait is developed, what ongoing investments are required to keep the business running?
• future drivers and inhibitors of herbicide tolerant trait adoption, in different geographies+10 Other Responses
Crop & Livestock
We are a market research agency specializing in agriculture and animal health. We are looking for freelancers to moderate in-depth interviews with producers (crop and livestock), advisors and vets, either by telephone or in-person. We are looking for moderators with experience with at least one of these target groups.+33 Other Responses
I am wanting to transition to row organic crops (100 acres) and am looking for a crop consultant to discuss the cost of such a project. Central illinois area south of jacksonville, ill+11 Other Responses
Agriculture Data Analytics
We are looking for someone with experience in the agricultural space, primarily in the us. This individual will have expertise in either precision crops, animal health, or farm/barn management and the various technologies (hardware, software, sensors, etc.) that are being used to drive efficiencies in these areas. We are focused on the measurements that are being taken in each of these areas to drive decision making (i.E., temperature, soil moisture, etc.) i have defined these areas below to be clear what i’m referring to:precision crops: technologies to increase crop yields & profitability while reducing resource useanimal health: advanced technologies monitoring individual animal health to optimize animal contributionfarm / barn: technologies monitoring barn and farm environments / conditions+33 Other Responses