DPI agtech incubator opens new opportunity for ag innovators

By Andrew Norris
Updated September 20 2017 - 3:54pm, first published 1:30pm
Ben Watts, "Bralca", Molong, says the GATE incubator to be established in Orange will create a space for innovators to trial and break products before they hit the market. He is pictured on his farm using a drone.
Ben Watts, "Bralca", Molong, says the GATE incubator to be established in Orange will create a space for innovators to trial and break products before they hit the market. He is pictured on his farm using a drone.

A new initiative which has emerged from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) will help tackle the perennial challenge of commercially launching Australian innovation.

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