GenZ Technology In the News

AG Summit displays new, future farm gear

AG Summit displays new, future farm gear

GenZ Technology was recently mentioned in an article about the Southwest Ag Summit in Yuma, Arizona. The article discusses new and developing farming equipment that was on display at the Summit this past February. Read about it: “AG summit displays new, future farm gear” Yuma Sun 23 February 2017

7 Idaho tech startups to watch

7 Idaho tech startups to watch

A recent article in the Business Insider of the Idaho Statesman features GenZ Technology as one of 7 Idaho tech startups to watch. Read about it: “7 Idaho tech startups to watch.” Idaho Statesman 16 February 2016

Boise’s GenZ advances to global competition for startups

GenZ Technology advances to global finals of the Challenge Cup competition. The finals will be held in June in Washington D.C. with more than $1 million in prize money on the line. In addition, participants will have the chance to meet with dozens of investors and industry experts. Read about it: “Boise’s GenZ advances to…

3 Idaho companies advance to national finals of contest for startups

GenZ Technology advances to national finals of the Challenge Cup, an international competition involving more than a thousand startup companies from dozens of countries around the world. Read about it: “3 Idaho companies advance to national finals of contest for startups .” Idaho Stateman 14 January 2016

Pesticide Drift Threatens Organic Farms

Growers are being forced to move plants indoors, as pesticide drift threatens organic farms. Read about it: “Pesticide Drift Threatens Organic Farms.” NPR 3 August 2015

Spray Technology in the Salinas Valley

Moving spray tech forward in the Salinas Valley. A recent article featured in The Californian, examines GenZ Technology as a “game changer” in the industry. Read about it: “Green Rubber Kennedy Ag moving spray technology forward.” The Californian 26 July 2015

California unveils strictest rules on pesticide

More stringent regulations regarding pesticide use are on their way to California. Read about it: Associated Press. “California unveils strictest rules on pesticide.” USGS 17 January 2015

20-Year Study Shows Levels of Pesticides Still a Concern for Aquatic Life in U.S. Rivers and Streams

A recent article featured in the Environmental Science and Technology journal examines a 20-year study showing levels of pesticides are still a concern for aquatic life in U.S. rivers and streams. Read about it: “20-Year Study Shows Levels of Pesticides Still a Concern for Aquatic Life in U.S. Rivers and Streams.” USGS 11 September 2014

Viewpoints: Pesticides are critical to providing a safe, reliable food supply

While pesticides are critical to providing a safe, reliable food supply, GenZ Technology strives to provide the safest application process for you, and the environment. Read about it: Leahy, Brian R. “Viewpoints: Pesticides are critical to providing a safe, reliable food supply.” The Sacramento Bee 6 August 2014

Pesticide drift issues continue in Minnesota

As issues continue to grow in regards to pesticide drift, GenZ’s precision spray technology and recapture system will be the solution. A Kragnes farmer is suing a Moorhead-based agricultural pesticide applicator for dousing him with pesticides while he was working on his family’s farm three years ago, causing what he alleges are serious, long-term health…

GenZ Technology recognized at Silicon Valley Conference

GenZ Technology is excited to announce its participation in the 2014 Silicon Valley Agtech Conference, which took place in Palo Alto, CA on May 12. Grant Thompson, President and CEO, and Bill Coy, VP of Business Development, were in attendance. The conference was hosted by Silicon Valley Agtech, with the mission of bringing together agricultural…

Catch my drift: monitoring for pesticides in Iowa

Many Iowa growers are experiencing damage to their sensitive crops due to pesticide drift, one of the main areas GenZ Technology can provide a solution to in regards to pesticide spraying. According to Practical Farmers of Iowa, there were nearly 200 reported instances of pesticide drift in the state last year, although many go unseen…