Sustainability and climate-smart agriculture intersected with startups and legacy ag and tech firms during last week’s two-day World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco.
The Agri-Pulse team was present to report on the event. They interviewed CIBO’s VP of Marketing Billy Cripe on the new CIBO Grower launch.
“We can detect and monitor and quantify cropping practices, environmental impact, greenhouse gas emissions impact, carbon footprint size and reduction, as well as the carbon credit calculations,” he said. “And we can do that at scale.” For farmers, the service is free. For enterprises, it offers a way to keep track of what’s happening on all of their acres and in all of the links of their supply chain.