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DryGro is an agriculture startup that has developed a breakthrough technology to grow food in dry places. This breakthrough technology focuses on addressing the massive market need for feeding a growing planet. The company has won many awards and grants including Venturefest Oxford 2016 and has obtained funding from Innovate UK’s Agri-Tech and Energy Catalyst programs, the European Space Agency and more. DryGro is preparing for pre-industrial scale. With the proceeds, the company will undertake further R&D in plant science and engineering and, at the same time, build the team by recruiting research experts. DryGro intends to apply for approximately 5 additional patents during 2020-2021.

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DryGro has developed a soya substitute that grows faster, costs less and has far less environmental impact, and has a functioning prototype plant in Kenya. This is clearly a worthwhile cause and has unsurprisingly attracted wide spread governmental support for the R&D phase and investor inter..

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  • Extended
  • £1,112,151
    raised of £980,006 goal
  • 7
    days to go (extended)
  • 643
  • 8.24%
    equity available
  • £10,918,936
    pre-money valuation
  • 22/12/2014
    incorporated 5 years ago
  • Seedrs
  • Agriculture and Animals EIS
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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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