There is an increasing global demand for food production and more sustainable methods of farming. Plant grafting is a technique in horticulture and agriculture that delivers the desired characteristics of more than one plant and is the most diffused practice employed to achieve more durable, more resistant and productive plants. Traditionally, grafting is performed manually however it is both labour intensive and costly. Virentes innovative business project aims to significantly disrupt the grafting industry by offering a fully automated robot that simultaneously performs grafting activities including undertaking trimming, clearing and disinfecting. The objectives of the Phase 2 are to engineer the grafting robot to graft at capacity of no less than 5000 plants an hour; automate grafting methods to a level that will increase productivity and reduce water and fertilizer usage; and demonstrate and validate the RobotGraft through implementation at nurseries in Israel and the UK. The overall objective of the project is to start full commercialisation of RobotGraft as a reliable innovation validated by the relevant end-users, nurseries.