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8 Serbian agritech startups driving next-generation agriculture

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Agritech is currently booming in the Western Balkans, with Serbia being one of the countries in the region implementing various innovations in agriculture. For example, agriculture covers 65% of Serbia’s land area, making it one of the most vital sectors of the country’s economy, with investors recognize the potential of startups and local businesses. In this article, we look at the 8 most promising Serbian agritech startups.

Founded in 2017, Serbian agritech startup Agremo is an intuitive agricultural platform and data analytics software that uses AI to perform analyzes from aerial images to provide actionable data and valuable plant insights and fields.

Using Agremo, farmers and other agricultural professionals can gain detailed insight into exactly what is happening in their fields at any time throughout the growing season, and enable them to successfully plan, monitor and analyze agricultural activities, as well as improving harvests. performance, increased yields and reduced production costs. So far, Agremo has raised a total funding of $1.3 million across three rounds.

The Cooperation Manager application is a software solution that provides logistical support to all players in the grain and oilseed trade. Using the application, warehouses, cooperatives, millers and processors can do business easier, faster and cheaper through an efficient electronic system for communicating and maintaining relationships with customers.

The app also allows users to easily contact their customers, while providing daily interesting news and information about the agricultural sectors to those who use it.

Founded in 2019, AgroCams offers a camera system that allows a sprayer to precisely spray only weeds and cut herbicide use in half.

The system includes a set of cameras attached to the sprayer booms and pointed at the ground in front of the sprayer. As soon as grass enters the camera’s field of view, it is detected and a signal is sent from the camera to the sprayer to open.

According to the company, unlike expensive spot spraying solutions, AgroCams’ cameras are an inexpensive, do-it-yourself retrofit that every farmer can install.

Atar AI is a Serbian agritech startup whose main product is an AI-powered system that reduces chemical use in fields by up to 70% by enabling any existing spraying machine to perform a precise weed detection and localized spraying.

In some cases, spraying unwanted plants instead of the entire field surface can reduce chemical use by up to 80%. Atar therefore aims to limit the excessive use of chemicals in Serbian fields, which can have a detrimental effect and destroy crops while polluting water sources and poisoning animals.

MapMyApple is an AI-powered digital agronomist in the form of a simple mobile app for apple management. The digital agronomist provides customers with daily spraying, irrigation and fertilization recommendations, specifically tailored to the needs of their orchards.

MapMyApple uses a mix of orchard and crop details, such as location and phenophase, as well as weather conditions to create accurate and timely growing plans. To ensure the most accurate weather data is used, the software is connected to the customer’s own weather station and its recommendations always comply with the regulations of the relevant countries. Fresh Agriculture Technologies, the company behind MapMyApple, has raised a total of $456,000 in funding over four funding rounds.

Founded in 2017, Atfield Technologies is a Serbian agritech startup that offers solutions for data-driven vineyard management. The company primarily focuses on technologies enabling efficient growth of high-quality permanent crops.

Its platform called Winessense combines advanced data modeling with tailor-made hardware to address key challenges in sustainable viticulture.

Some of the platform’s benefits include full traceability of local weather conditions during each season, as a contribution to optimizing the winemaking process, as well as providing actionable insights to identify and manage critical segments of vineyards with right actions at the right time.

NSoilab is a biotechnology startup that aims to produce eco-friendly microbial products for sustainable and organic agriculture, to produce healthy, high-quality food, while improving soil quality.

The main focus of the startup is the development and production of microbial fertilizers with advanced formulation based on biopolymers, as well as biopesticides.

Founded in 2020, NSoilab’s main product is called FertyColl – a microbial fertilizer based on biopolymers that promote plant growth and nutrition in an environmentally sustainable way. The team’s vision is to develop and produce personalized and tailor-made microbial products for certain soil types and crop types.

The young Serbian agritech platform AgroBudget provides optimized information on agricultural investments while allowing its users to estimate and review their financial efficiency. The platform is aimed at all agricultural producers, ranging from seasoned experts to individuals who are just starting to engage in agriculture.

The platform’s integrated model generates the necessary information from different agrospheres in one place, allowing end users to consider the pros and cons of their proposed project. The AgroBudget platform also covers agricultural activities such as energy management of farms while complying with all applicable laws and formal administrative procedures.

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