Today we're tackling part two of our future of Nitrogen fertilizer discussion, focusing on the realm of business models and strategies. We chat with two companies exploring how we might reimagine the way farmers around the world buy and sell this critical input, including through distributed, rather than centralized, supply chains.
We’ll continue our conversation with Bill Brady, CEO and Director at Kula Bio, and Charlie Day, CEO at Jupiter Ionics*. We also add in some on the ground perspective around how farmers are handling the pressures of the fertilizer market right now by chatting with Jason McNeice, software specialist for the Asia Pacific region at Trimble Agriculture, and Darren Walford, APAC Sales Manager for Trimble Global Positioning.
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This episode is brought to you in partnership with Trimble Agriculture, who are building technology to make farming better through precision.
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