RootWave is delighted to have been named as one of the top 50 most disruptive companies in the UK in the 2019 Disruption Index which highlights and celebrates those businesses innovating and leading the way in our rapidly changing world.
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Entries by RootWave
RootWave is proud to have won silver in the Gouden Klavertje Vier Innovation Awards at GroenTechniek in Holland 2019, the Netherlands’ largest trade fair for professionals in the public green and grey area. The jury of experts concluded that “Electric and sustainable, those are the trends in innovations” for the eleven innovations nominated for the […]
RootWave is delighted to have been selected as a finalist for the Future Food Awards in the Food Tech Innovation category. The Future Food Awards were launched to uncover the most exciting innovations in food and drink today. A team sifted through hundreds of entries to land on just a few businesses that offer a […]
RootWave shipped its first of several bulk orders of RootWave Pro’s to the Netherlands where there is huge interest in the award-winning professional hand-weeder designed for growers, gardeners and groundskeepers to spot weed and treat invasive species.
The new Exmoor Non-Native Invasives Species (ENNIS) project – a partnership between Exmoor National Park Authority, Environment Agency, National Trust, Natural England and Nicky Green Associates – will allow work to control invasive species in the National Park to be radically scaled up and extended to new species. After an extended trial on Japanese Knotweed […]
RootWave wins a £417k UK Government Innovate UK grant to create the next generation of professional hand-weeder.
RootWave wins a £986k UK Government Innovate UK grant to scale its technology across different crop types and weeding platforms.
There is growing evidence that the use of chemicals in agriculture is harmful to both the environment and human health. Maija Palmer discusses potential alternatives in a podcast with Helen Browning, chief executive of the Soil Association, Adam Speed of the Crop Protection Association and Andrew Diprose, chief exec of Rootwave, a startup that uses […]
English Heritage are delighted to announce that they are adopting RootWave Pro as the main method of weed control at Audley End House & Gardens after two successful years of trials within the Organic Kitchen Garden. The Kitchen Garden at Audley End House & Gardens is Soil Association certified Organic, and the fruit, herbs and […]
RootWave is delighted to have been short listed for the Innovator of the Year at Amazon’s Growing Business Awards. The Amazon Growing Business Awards were created by Real Business, in partnership with the CBI, back in 1998. Twenty years on and the awards are the most established and respected celebration of SME and entrepreneurial success […]