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[Funding Alert] Israel-based Treetoscope Secures Extended Seed Funding

Treetoscope, a precision irrigation management firm based in Tel Aviv, Israel, has been increased, bringing the total to $7 million. A creative start-up in the field of precision irrigation management, it created ground-breaking technology for in-person plant monitoring.

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Leading the round was Champel Capital, with participation from ECG, The Food Tech Lab, Leon Recanati, GlenRock fund, SeedIL, YYM-Ventures, Agrovision, NEOME, GN-Z11, and Earth.vc as well as additional strategic investors.

Treetoscope, a 2020 startup headed by CEO Dotan Eshet, offers direct plant monitoring technology that helps farmers in Turkey, the Middle East, Europe, and North America maximise water use, cut costs associated with production, and boost yields.

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It provides an irrigation management system that is both comprehensive and cost-effective, ensuring optimal crop health and output while lowering water and input costs through the integration of artificial intelligence, weather data, satellite imaging, and other remote sensing technologies.

About Treetoscope

Treetoscope created the first and only commercial gadget that can detect a plant’s water consumption and irrigation requirements in real time by sensing the water flow inside the plant. It can reduce water costs for producers while enhancing productivity, resilience, and efficiency. Growers may get a quick return on investment and tremendous added value with TreetoScope because to its inexpensive technology and easier deployment than ever before.

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