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Grow-NY finalists to pitch their ideas for prize money in November

Dropcopter, a tenant at the Tech Garden in Syracuse, captured a $500,000 prize in the 2019 Grow-NY agribusiness competition. RealEats America of Geneva won the $1 million top prize in the contest’s inaugural year. The finalists in the 2020 Grow-NY contest were announced Sept. 16. (PHOTO CREDIT: TECH GARDEN TWITTER PAGE)

ITHACA — The 20 finalists in this year’s Grow-NY competition — including two Ithaca companies — will pitch their business plans at the virtual Grow-NY Food and Ag Summit, scheduled for Nov. 17 and 18. The Ithaca firms, Halomine and Norwhey, are among the finalists announced Sept. 16 in the second year of the state’s […]

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ITHACA — The 20 finalists in this year’s Grow-NY competition — including two Ithaca companies — will pitch their business plans at the virtual Grow-NY Food and Ag Summit, scheduled for Nov. 17 and 18. The Ithaca firms, Halomine and Norwhey, are among the finalists announced Sept. 16 in the second year of the state’s […]

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