Agrinoze establishes U.S. presence following World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in California. Amid major water scarcity challenges in California and around the world, Agrinoze has launched several U.S. projects to maximize food production and resource-use efficiency.

Agrinoze established several new U.S. projects as demand for water conservation technologies increases and in the wake of the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco last March. Agrinoze’s end-to-end solution harnesses real-time soil data to maximize yield, minimize water usage, and promote long-term soil health for local farms.

Agrinoze’s autonomous irrigation system is already running on a farm managed by California’s top agricultural management company, Agriglobe. Interim results of the project show significant water conservation: at least 50% reduced water consumption for grapevines and a 30% reduction in water consumption for almonds.

Phil Christensen, President of Agriglobe: “Our cooperation with Agrinoze thus far has been insightful and encouraging as we make strides in maximizing water-use efficiency. We are confident that Agrinoze’s unique agrotechnical approach and results-driven model have the potential to ignite technology adoption throughout the industry.”

Agrinoze creates an optimal root zone environment using a proprietary irrigation and fertigation algorithm that increases crop yield by hundreds of percentage points, conserves water, maximizes nutrient efficiency, and improves soil health.

The autonomous IoT system continuously collects real-time plant and soil data, determines precise irrigation and fertigation commands, and executes them on-demand to maintain an ideal soil environment around the clock.

Farms using Agrinoze can implement unique agrotechnical and regenerative farming approaches incompatible with typical irrigation regimes, minimizing environmental and economic costs of food production. Agrinoze transforms farms into efficient and profitable producers while paving a sustainable path to global food security.

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