Arable is the leader in field intelligence for agriculture committed to reducing risk throughout the food and agriculture supply chain.
Arable helps the most innovative companies in agriculture to optimize decisions and understand crop outcomes through better data.
Arable was founded in 2014 by Adam Wolf, Kelly Caylor and Ben Siegfried. The company is headquartered in Princeton, NJ, with offices in San Francisco, California; Sao Paulo, Brazil and Bangalore, India.
Arable's integrated hardware, agronomic modeling, and software suite enables farmers, agronomists, researchers, processors, and food companies to understand the full crop system at the plant, field, and regional level, which helps to reduce risk, improve productivity, and optimize for sustainability.
Arable uniquely combines an accurate view of the weather, soil moisture and irrigation amounts with sensors that read the growth and stress of the crop to provide a complete view in one integrated solution. The company has helped customers reduce irrigation by up to 50 percent through this approach while keeping yields and quality consistent.
Arable serves customers in over 40 countries and works with some of the most innovative food and agriculture leaders in the world, including Bayer, Netafim, Absolute Foods, The Nature Conservancy, Treasury Wine Estates, University of Nebraska, Embrapa and The World Food Programme.
Arable is backed by Prelude Ventures, S2G Venture, Qualcomm Ventures, Galvanize Climate Solutions, Ajax Strategies, Grupo Jacto, Middleland Capital, National Science Foundation, SparkLabs Accelerator, and others. The company raised $40M in Series C round on Jul 25, 2022. This brings Arable's total funding to $75.8M to date.