The biggest challenge for the agricultural and horticultural industries is the ever-growing population. By the year 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9 billion. Farmers of the future will have to learn to ‘grow more with less’, while climate changes force us to use natural resources such as water, raw materials and energy much more efficiently. Also the arrival of self-driving agri-vehicules, pesticide drones and connected assets is fundamentally changing the agribusiness.
This point of view suggests to drive productivity, control costs and become high-performing asset managers. TomorrowLab helps develop a broader perspective on the future of agriculture and promotes new thought patterns.