The #agriculture industry is suffering from #AgTech fatigue: AgTech analyst, Dr. Michael Deane, says it’s not just #AgRough

The agricultural industry is struggling to make the most of the technology in its tool kit, as more than half of the top 200 firms report that they have only 10% of their R&D spending devoted to technology, according to a new report.

AgTech is a new sector that is growing rapidly across all industries, but it’s seen an increase in recent years due to the rapid growth in demand for technology-based products, according a report released by TechCrunch.

The report, titled “AgTech’s Growing Gap: A Data-Driven Analysis of Industry Trends,” outlines the challenges facing the industry as well as the ways that technology is being used to drive innovation.

The most critical technology that drives innovation is data.

AgTech has experienced an increase of just under a million employees in the past decade, with nearly 20,000 new employees joining the industry in 2017 alone.

It is also one of the fastest-growing sectors in the United States, accounting for nearly a third of all U.S. jobs in 2019, according the report.

The majority of the data scientists working in agTech are also the leaders of their respective organizations.

For example, the top five agTech CEOs each have at least two PhDs from the University of Minnesota, a trend that TechCrunch said is a result of a lack of access to education in the agTech industry.

A growing number of agTech leaders are also taking the lead in developing agTech solutions, which are often based on real-world data, rather than abstract ideas.

AgTec CEO John Phelan recently explained that the key to achieving a breakthrough is to “go to the source” rather than “go on the Internet.”

In a recent interview with CNBC, Phela said that agTech companies need to understand the challenges that they face.

The industry needs to take a step back and analyze its current environment, as well, to figure out what needs to change to bring the best products to market, according Phelant.

“It’s time for agTech to understand what is the current environment that it faces, and figure out how we can create solutions that will help the industry be successful,” Phelants said.

AgTec, the company that created the AgTech toolkit, is one of several agtech companies to release the report, which has been released annually since 2017.

In addition to the AgTEC toolkit and the agtech report, TechCrunch also highlighted how agTech is evolving, with a number of notable announcements that were announced this year.

In 2018, AgTech introduced its first data-driven approach to R&d.

In addition to using real-time analytics and machine learning to analyze its products, AgTechs solution to the data crunching is to use the AgResurface, a platform that allows companies to track their data and make changes to their processes based on the data.

A number of companies have been working to automate the process of R&lating data.

Last year, IBM unveiled the AgRecruitment System, a new data-based tool that allows organizations to make hiring decisions based on data, and a company called Pivot Technologies introduced the AgRough, which is a tool that will automate R&ling, the process that goes into identifying and prioritizing candidates.

TechCrunch also noted that there is still a huge gap between the expectations of consumers and the reality of the industry.

As the data is increasingly available for consumers to access, more and more organizations are looking to use it for data-intensive applications.

In 2018, an online survey found that 73% of companies surveyed had implemented a data-analytics system, compared to only 11% of those surveyed in 2020.