Ambitious agri start-up gaining traction

MagGrow set for global expansion

28th August, 2016
Gary Wickham, chief executive of MagGrow Picture: Dylan Vaughan

MagGrow, an agri-tech start-up, is poised for global expansion with plans to open offices in Ethiopia, Kenya, the Netherlands and Britain in the next 12 months. MagGrow’s magnetic spraying technology offers farmers a more accurate way to spray crops.

The Dublin-based company, founded in 2013 by brothers Gary and David Wickham and business consultant David Moore, recently opened a small office in San Francisco and will hire six staff in the US over the...

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