Awards & Recognition

Since launching our innovative products to the market, MagGrow are delighted to be recognised by a series of industry awards .

 
 
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Thrive

MagGrow has been been named winner of the 2016 Thrive Accelerator Sustainability Award, at the 2nd annual Forbes AgTech Summit held in Salinas, California.

The Forbes AgTech Summit brings together over 500 of the smartest and most entrepreneurial minds in Silicon Valley and global agriculture to tackle some of the world’s most critical challenges.

 
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GCCA

MagGrow has been named by the Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) as a Top 10 winner of its 2016 GCCA Later Stage Awards.  

MagGrow was one of just 10 companies from around the world, and the only company from Ireland, to win a 2016 GCCA Award, in the food/smart agriculture category.

 
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National Ploughing Association

MagGrow won two Awards at the 2016 Innovation Arena Awards, held at the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.

The company won the Sustainable Agriculture Start-up Award and the Best Competitive Pitch Award. The 2016 Innovation Arena Awards recognise innovative agri-tech capability and new product development in the agriculture sector.

The winners of the Gold Medal Awards, sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, Irish Farmers Journal and the National Ploughing Association (NPA), were announced by Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.

 

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LAMMA, the UK’s flagship agricultural trade show, awarded MagGrow a certificate of merit for environmental innovation.

Speaking on behalf of MagGrow, CEO Gary Wickham said:

“We are delighted to have received such a prestigious award as we launch into the UK market later this year. We believe this award is testimony to the transformational environmental benefits which MagGrow’s superior drift reduction and superior coverage delivers.”

TCT Report by Wageningen University 

Spray drift reduction of the MagGrow spray system Effect of magnetism, nozzle type, end nozzle and spray boom height.

 This study was carried out by Wageningen University & Research and was commissioned and financed by MagGrow (Dublin, Ireland) within the context of the classification for spray drift reduction of the MagGrow spray system (project number 3710445400). Wageningen Plant Research is the collaboration of Wageningen University and the foundation Stichting Wageningen Research. Wageningen, April 2017.

For more information, please download the full report