Farm to Fork March 18, 2019
Amy Wu is the founder and chief content director of “From Farms to Incubators,” a resident company inside the WG Center for Innovation and Technology. She previously reported on ag for The Salinas Californian. She considers herself bicoastal and splits her time between New York and California.
Market Watch January 8, 2019
By Amy Wu|January 8, 2019
Even in the 21st century, the image of the modern-day farmer often centers on overalls, pitchforks, and the image of the “farmer” as a man steering the tractor. While the image remains reality to an extent, agriculture is fast...
Market Watch September 17, 2018
By Amy Wu|September 17, 2018
When it comes to women-led agtech companies the funding discussion never seems to cease. In June after the The New Food Economy-sponsored screening of “From Farms to Incubators” (a mini-documentary that I directed that tells the stories of minority women...
Market Watch July 5, 2017
By Amy Wu|July 5, 2017
Nadilia Gomez, research scientist, DuPont Pioneer, Field Technology and Innovations Group Editor's note: PrecisionAg.com contributor Amy Wu often writes about women in ag technology. Recently, she interviewed DuPont Pioneer's Nadilia Gomez, research scientist, Field Technology and Innovations Group....
Market Watch March 27, 2017
By Amy Wu|March 27, 2017
Michigan is more famous for its car industry, great lake, and big 10 universities than it is for agriculture. But about 180 miles west of Detroit is West Olive, a township located in Ottawa County founded by Dutch immigrants....