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June 25, 2021 7:41 pm
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Agritech Fyllo raises Rs 3 crores in seed round from IAN

Agritech startup Fyllo has raised Rs 3 crores from Indian Angel Network. Titan Capital, Lead Angels, and others joined the round.

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Agritech startup Fyllo has raised Rs 3 crores from Indian Angel Network. Titan Capital, Lead Angels, and others joined the round. The company has been previously funded by 100X.VC. The startup will use the capital raised for its expansion to new markets and towards research and development to support more crops.

Fyllo helps grow export quality crops through its data-driven platform that is powered by IoT, AI, and Agronomy. The startup has developed crop-specific models for irrigation, nutrients, diseases, pests, and weather management for each physiological stage. Besides, it also provides the best cultural practices at each stage of the crop.

Sudhanshu and Sumit said, “Farmers need to make many decisions in real-time, but lack data and intelligence to infer from. They use trial and error techniques to make decisions to grow crops. In fact, they spend 25% more money but the produce is 30% less. We not only provide the data but also actionable insights.”

He added: “We believe Fyllo will help farmers to improve production by 25% and the total cost of production will also reduce by $700. Plus, there will also be an improvement in export quality by up to 81%, thereby fetching double the price on increased export produce. Having received the funding from IAN, we are looking to invest in expanding our brand to new markets.”

Padmaja Ruparel, Co-Founder at IAN said, “The market size for Precision agriculture in India is around $7 billion and growing 18% YoY. And with Fyllo’s crop models, farmers can reduce input cost and wastage, and increase crop quality and quantity.”

Ruparel added: “We were very excited by Fyllo’s next-gen agriculture innovation providing farmers with a solution on their mobiles. We do believe that Sudhanshu and Sumit can build an impactful business catering to the Indian and global farmer community”

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