Agronomic analytics company FluroSat has raised $4.6 million in a new funding round, with the funds to be used to further improve agricultural yields in Australia as well as making FluroSat available to agronomists globally.
Food and agricultural technology start-ups from around the world will come together in Sydney in September at SparkLabs Cultiv8, the startup food and agtech accelerator.
Agronomic analytics provider FluroSat and drone sensor developer MicaSense have joined hands in a partnership known as FluroSense to provide high-quality imagery and analytics to growers and crop advisers in order to optimise the management of plant nutrition.
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