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Cultibotics: Robotics for Gardeners and Farmers, Part 2


curated by | June 6, 2016
“Investment follows the perception of a potential market. Without the perception of a market into which to sell the fruits of product development, investment is hard to come by, hence little development happens and few products are forthcoming. To really get behind the application of robotics to horticulture and agriculture, in a manner that takes full advantage of the potential of robotics to leverage the very best practices and make them scalable, investors must be convinced that their money will at least accomplish something worthwhile, and preferably that it will bring them a nice return.”



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