For crop pest control, McFly does all the thinking

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Chinese agtech startup McFly deploys data-driven crop health and pesticide monitoring systems so farmers get higher-quality yields and less wastage

As dormitory roommates at Wuhan University, Gong Huaze and Chen Qi often talked about finding ways to solve China's agricultural issues. After receiving his doctoral degree from the Institute of Remote Sensing Applications (IRSA) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Gong stayed on as a fellow researcher and participated in state-funded agricultural research projects. “It’s a great privilege to work on national-level projects, but it's not enough to get the same sense of fulfillment as using technology to serve clients in the business market,” Gong explained on his decision to...
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