Agrology, an Alexandria, VA-based Climate tech startup, raised an undisclosed amount in a seed funding round for its predictive agricultural platform that helps farmers monitor crops and generate data insights on the crop, soil, and weather conditions.
Skyview Ventures and Phoenix Venture Partners also participated in the latest funding round, along with additional syndicate participants.
Agrology’s latest round responds to this growing demand, announcing an investment partnership with Active Impact Investments to scale the startup’s platform and increase its international market presence
“Our regenerative agriculture system is real technology, working for real growers, in real dirt, on real farms right now,” said Adam Koeppel, Agrology CEO. “It’s not some blockchain or remote sensing satellite system but is useful technology that gathers data directly from the ground and the air, and lets farmers know how well their regenerative practices are working.”
The company also offers the first soil carbon respiration monitoring system to provide real-time data into soil microbiome health and changes in soil carbon content – key information for farmers pursuing regenerative practices.
Raised: undisclosed amount
Round: Seed round
Funding Month: December 2022
Additional Investors: Skyview Ventures and Phoenix Venture Partners
Company Website: https://www.agrology.ag/
Software Category: Predictive Agricultural Platform
About the Company: Agrology is a developer of prediction agriculture technology that helps farmers boost crop yields. Its predictive agriculture platform makes it easy to stay ahead of threats like drought, pest and disease outbreaks, smoke taint, extreme temperatures, and more. The company guides permanent and specialty crop growers to maximize profit with minimal environmental impact using machine learning, IoT sensors, and a great user experience.