Agri-tech Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly supports Cornish businesses to engage in research, development and innovation through collaborative research projects and Innovation Grants. Find out more about some of our work by clicking on the links below.

PhosField

The PhosField testing kit could make real-time, in-the-field phosphorus testing a reality for growers. Breakthroughs could s...

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Cell Grazing

A project testing the potential of a system of precisely managed, intensive ‘cell grazing’ popular in New Zealand. This appr...

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TOMS

The Toolbox of Multi-species Swards project, otherwise known as TOMS, is a collaborative project between the Rural Business Sch...

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The Soil Carbon Project

The Soil Carbon Project is an innovative project that aims to help Cornish farmers manage soils in a more sustainable and profi...

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The Farm Crap App Pro

The Farm Crap App Pro

The Farm Crap App Pro is a collaborative project between Duchy College and Rothamsted Research North Wyke to develop an easy to...

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Plant Factory

This new Agri-tech Cornwall initiative is harnessing developments in lighting technology to grow salad and medicinal crops in m...

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FABSOIL

FABsoil is a collaboration between the University of Plymouth and the Eden Project that will ‘create’ soil and then study its p...

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Speciality Crops

The project aims to help Cornish businesses research the added value for extracts of seaweeds, seawater and coastal plants towa...

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Automated Brassica harvesting in Cornwall

This project will develop robotic systems for automating manual picking operations in the horticultural sector in Cornwall and ...

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Graduate Support at IVF Bioscience

In partnership with Unlocking Potential, ACP has supported a role with Cornwall firm, IVF Bioscience. Jake Silcock took up t...

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Chapman Machinery

Innovation at Chapman Machinery

James Chapman’s firm has expanded from being a one-man band when he launched it in 2010 to one that now employs about 10 people...

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