AN Israeli technology company is using artificial intelligence to grow better fruit.
But it’s still up to the farmer to turn on the tap, more or less.
SupPlant, a precision agriculture hardware-software company has built a reputation for being able to sense and monitor plant stress.
Now, the company has converted this expertise into a system that uses agronomic algorithms, sensors, artificial intelligence, big data and cloud-based technology in order to advance crops.
SupPlant has developed a data model using predictive algorithms based on analysing 100 million avocado data points.
SupPlant’s sensors, which measure the stress of the plant, are placed in five locations of the plant (deep soil, shallow soil, stem/trunk, leaf,…