This market research report includes a detailed segmentation of the global AgriTech market by type (bio tech and chemicals, analytics, sensors, mobility, and others), application (irrigation, production and maintenance, marketplace, supply chain, and others), and region (North America, Europe, APAC, Middle East Africa, and Latin America). The market research report identifies Impossible Foods, Mei Cai, Indigo, ProducePay, PivotBio, and Plenty as the market leaders operating in the global AgriTech market.

Overview of the AgriTech Market

Infoholic’s market research report predicts that the global AgriTech market will grow at a CAGR of more than 18% during the forecast period 2019–2025. The…


Several challenges such as climate change, high food quality standards, and an increasing need for making agriculture sustainable, are making supply chain management a taxing process for the entire agriculture landscape.

Managing and engaging stakeholders across the entire supply chain of the agriculture industry is emerging as a crucial factor, equally for farmers as well as packers and distributors. Active participants in the agricultural supply chain are voicing their need for farm management systems that can successfully implement a stakeholder management protocol. …


Once overlooked, agritech startups are beginning to have a moment in India.

On Tuesday, DeHaat, an online platform that offers full-stack agricultural services to farmers, said it has raised $30 million in a new financing round as the Indian firm looks to maintain its accelerated growth despite the pandemic.

Prosus Ventures, formerly known as Naspers Ventures, led Patna and Gurgaon-based startup’s Series C financing round. RTP Global and existing investors Sequoia Capital India, FMO, Omnivore and AgFunder also participated in it, bringing the startup’s to-date raise to over $46 million. (Dexter Capital was the advisor for this funding round.)

One of the biggest challenges farmers in India face is securing agri-input items such as seeds and fertilizers and then finding buyers after producing the yields.

Source: techcrunch.com


his market research report includes a detailed segmentation of the global AgriTech market by type (bio tech and chemicals, analytics, sensors, mobility, and others), application (irrigation, production and maintenance, marketplace, supply chain, and others), and region (North America, Europe, APAC, Middle East Africa, and Latin America). The market research report identifies Impossible Foods, Mei Cai, Indigo, ProducePay, PivotBio, and Plenty as the market leaders operating in the global AgriTech market.

Overview of the AgriTech Market

Infoholic’s market research report predicts that the global AgriTech market will grow at a CAGR of more than 18% during the forecast period 2019–2025. The…


1. OpenAg
OpenAg is a project by MIT’s Media Lab that uses botany, machine-learning algorithms, and chemistry to optimize farm produce. The remarkable thing is that without using any genetic modification, the team was able to improve the flavor and medicinal qualities of plants such as Basil by simply controlling the environment.

Computer algorithms determine the optimal growing conditions to maximize the volatile compounds, which are primarily responsible for the taste.

The next challenge for OpenAg is to help farmers adapt to climate change. …


When we hear technology we think of electronic gadgets and a hundred types of software. But the problems of the future are going to be more basic.

Food, water, and shelter are important to talk about. They’re essential to sustain human life and limited in availability. Moreover, the increasing population and concentration of population in major cities will possibly lead to scarcity unless we take due action.

Farming and technology

This is not the first time we are seeing a population surge. …


Venture Catalysts has recently led INR 4.5 cr seed investment in qZense Labs, an agritech startup for quality control and management of fresh produce. The funding round was led by Manish Modi (MD, Mastermind Capital) and Vedant Loyalka (Chairman, Curae Health). 9Unicorns, an idea-stage accelerator VC invested in the same round along with participation from other prolific investors like The Chennai Angels, Entrepreneur First, London based VC and Lumis Partners.

Founded in 2019, by Rubal Chib and Dr Srishti Batra, qZense aims to transform the Indian fresh food supply chain industry with its end-to-end IOT-based solution for providing quality assessment…


2020 the Year of Corona was full of Challenges for the Agriculture Sector and we hope before the year ends the farmers meet their demands with the government.

According to DataLabs by Inc42, the agritech sector recorded a total funding of $244.59 Mn in 2019, an increase of over 350% in the amount of funding in the agritech sector from the previous year. …


With the execution of rural AI, farmers can investigate climate conditions, temperature, water usage, and soil conditions gathered from their farms to settle on informed choices for business decisions.

‘Technology’ as a broad concept has consistently had an enormous task to carry out with regards to relieving pressures and creases in age-old frameworks. Agritech is a more comprehensive and fairly new class inside the ‘innovation’ range and assists the agricultural sector.

The agricultural industry is one that upholds around 43 per cent of India’s work, subsequently, it is one of the main financial areas alongside being our prime source for…


Fasal has launched FASAL WATER CREDIT to encourage farmers to save water and money with sustainable farming practices. The agritech startup is the pioneer of precision farming and is an IoT based AI-powered intelligence platform for horticulture crops.

Shailendra Tiwari, founder of Fasal, said they have documented numerous cases, in horticulture, where the farmer irrigated 30 to 40 per cent less than the previous season with the help of Fasal’s plot specific irrigation recommendations and had more yield and better quality as compared to previous seasons. “So more is definitely possible with less,” he said. “We are continously working on…

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