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  • CultYvate raises Rs 4.5 Crores in a pre-Series A round from Sunicon Ventures, others

    Published on April 5, 2022

     The agritech platform aims to make an impact in India’s primary sector

    CultYvate, the IoT-enabled agritech platform by Farms2Fork Technologies Pvt Ltd, raised Rs. 4.5 Crores in a pre-Series A round. The round was led by Sirius One Capital Fund, alongside other marquee investors including Sunicon, The Chennai Angels, LV Angel Fund, and Prodapt Technology Holding.

    The freshly-infused fund would be leveraged towards refining the technology to make the services more accessible, affordable and simpler. It would also be utilized for the expansion of geographical presence in Punjab, Haryana and Maharashtra, as well as, talent acquisition for developing AI, ML and remote sensing. CultYvate is also poised to devise solutions on monetization opportunities that can minimize the cost of ownership for the farmers.

    Commenting on the benefits of the platform, Mallesh TM, Founder of CultYvate, said, “We are committed to making a social and environmental impact through our brand. Presently, our farmers growing paddy are saving up to 80 lakh litres of water/ Hectare, every crop season, as well as, earning a 10% incremental profit. Our mission is to save 1 trillion litres of water over the next 5 years. Additionally, we envisage reducing the cost of ownership for farmers, whilst amping up their profitability up to 20% by focusing on water-guzzling crops such as Paddy, Cotton and Sugarcane.”

    Addressing the vision for the investment, Saloni Jain, Partner of Sunicon, said, “We are excited to have invested in CultYvate. It was impressive to gauge the amount of overall impact and ease the platform generates. We are confident that the founding teams’ passion and the groundwork to build the platform will provide global solutions not only for the benefit of the farmers and the environment but also for the consumption ecosystem as a whole, since it affects the quality of produce we all consume.”


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