Our Vision

We are driven by the belief that conventional farming methods are simply no longer sustainable, and that agriculture needs to innovate now. By 2050 it’s estimated that there will be 9.7 billion mouths to feed – a 34% increase in the world’s current population. Meanwhile climate change is creating unpredictable and extreme weather conditions that can wipe out entire crops in a day. Worldwide, agriculture uses up 70% of our water supply and generates 30% of our carbon emissions. A third of the land on the planet has now been severely degraded, and a further 24 billion tonnes of fertile soil is lost every year.

IAG’s vision is a world in which innovative agri-tech solutions form the backbone of mainstream farming, and in which no one goes hungry because they were born in an area with poor soil or low rainfall. New technologies are making it possible to grow food almost anywhere on the planet, without soil or sunlight and with only minimal water – with the right investment, research and marketing, these innovations have the power to transform farming for future generations.

Progressive…

IAG’s technologies are state-of-the-art, and we are constantly researching ways to improve upon them. Farming is an industry that desperately needs disruption, and we work hard to stay ahead of the curve – investing in innovative alternatives to existing practices, and helping our clients react swiftly and effectively to changing consumer demand.

Global…

We are proud to be a British company and we want to help the UK establish itself as an international hub for precision agricultural technologies. At the same time, we know that the technologies we develop and supply are of truly global application, and will be of huge social and economic use in disadvantaged countries that lack arable land or are prone to drought. We want to roll out our systems worldwide, implementing our innovative agricultural solutions wherever they are needed.

Sustainable...

We believe it is possible to produce enough food for everyone while protecting, rather than pillaging, the earth’s natural resources. From drastically reducing water usage with our aeroponic growing systems, to cutting out food miles by enabling farming in the middle of urban landscapes, we are working towards an agricultural industry that is genuinely and wholeheartedly sustainable.