Agrohacking requires a broad range of working knowledge in many different areas, the ability to evaluate an idea in the context of the greater whole, and envision how it might impact the greater whole. This is the pathway of a generalist.
A significant challenge in our current educational model is that we teach people to become specialists.
This is especially a concern in agriculture. Farmers need a working knowledge in more areas of science than almost any other profession.
Unfortunately we are teaching people more and more about less and less, until they eventually know everything about nothing.
Nothing of useful relevance. Too frequently.
Today, many people desire to reconnect to their roots, and become engaged in agriculture. We are failing them with the information we are providing them. We can do much better.