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CropX grows larger

Israel’s CropX (see here previously) has acquired Dutch-based Dacom Farm Intelligence to add its crop protection capabilities to CropX’s active irrigation technology, hardware-based soil data and fertilizer management features. Dacom has 3,000 agricultural clients managing 20,000+ farms in 40 countries. … Continue reading

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Farm2050 invests in CropX

Google CEO Eric Schmidt‘s Innovation Endeavors fund launched the Farm2050 collective in 2014, to accelerate the development and commercialization of agricultural technology. Farm2050’s first investment is in CropX – Israel’s adaptive irrigation company (March newsletter) http://www.forbes.com/sites/benkepes/2015/06/22/cropx-raises-9m-to-drive-agriculture-efficiency-through-technology/ http://www.cropx.com/press-releases/cropx-closes-9-million-series-a/

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WEF Pioneers for 2021

The latest World Economic Forum list of 100 Technology Pioneers includes five Israeli companies. They are CropX, MDClone, Cheq, MyndYou, and Phinergy. The WEF predicts they are “poised to have a significant impact on business and society.” All have been … Continue reading

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Partnering NASA to benefit global food security

Israel’s CropX (reported here previously) has partnered NASA Harvest (NASA’s Food Security and Agriculture Program) to provide NASA with soil insights for its global agricultural monitoring efforts. NASA is testing CropX across Arizona farms to fine-tune its algorithms. https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-harvest-and-cropx-partner-to-support-sustainable-agriculture

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More precision irrigation

Israel’s CropX (reported here previously) is partnering US giant irrigation company Reinke Manufacturing. Farmers using Reinke’s ReinCloud app will be able to remotely run their irrigation system while simultaneously using CropX’s soil sensors and analytics to maximize crop yields. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3845425,00.html

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Top food and ag-tech companies

Ten Israeli companies featured in Forbes top 50 global food tech and top 50 ag-tech companies in 2020. They are Douxmatok, InnovoPro, Hinoman, Future Meat, Tastewise, TIPA, Infarm, CropX, Taranis, and Prosera. All except Infarm have been reported previously in … Continue reading

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Expanding crop analytics to Central America

Israel’s CropX (reported here previously) is partnering with FarmAgro of Costa Rica to bring CropX’s agri-tech solutions and tools to farmers in Latin America and the Caribbean. CropX’s FarmAgro helps analyze the impact of climatic variations and improve agriculture yields. … Continue reading

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The Internet of soil

I’ve reported previously (see here) on Israel’s CropX and its smart irrigation system. CropX is set to deploy a network of automated irrigation systems worldwide, based on “Internet of the soil.” CropX has deployed 2,000 sensors in 40 countries, including … Continue reading

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Irish Republic enlists Israelis to reduce pollution

The 2 million cows in Eire (Republic of Ireland) have polluted the land and water reservoirs. So, the Irish Government-backed Ireland Ag-tech Fund has funded Israel’s CropX to use its soil measurement system to identify where to place Eire’s cows … Continue reading

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Grow more, water less

Israel’s CropX has developed an advanced adaptive irrigation software service, increasing crop yields whilst saving up to 25% of the water and energy used in irrigation of large fields. Three sensors placed in the ground send readings into the Cloud … Continue reading

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