As novel and effective as our solution may be, we cannot alone meet the challenge of optimized water use in agriculture. As such, we are working with a diverse and increasing number and range of partners around the world including:

  • Universities and research institutes

  • Irrigation companies

  • Growers and agricultural companies

We approach each partnership with a dual-perspective: how can our solution meet your needs for improved water use and agricultural productivity; and how can we partner to address this global challenge. If you would like to partner with Treetoscope, please contact us, we’d be happy to hear from you.

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Toro Ag is excited to partner with Treetoscope and for the value that this solution will bring to our customers and our industry.
Delivering simple, specific, and actionable information will make irrigation management tools more accessible to a wider range of growers.
These tools empower our customers seeking to improve water use efficiency, protect and enhance yields, and manage input costs in the face of an increasing strain on resources.
Neville Mody, General Manager
Toro Ag Americas
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Knowing the real-time water consumption of plants, SAP Flow, has the potential to revolutionize the precise irrigation world.Treetoscope is doing exactly that.
Dubi Raz
VP Agronomy Netafim
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After working with SAP Flow sensors for the last 12 years, I found that only few are actually using this technology due to technical and cost barriers.Treetocope pioneering technology provides farmers with a simple, reliable and scalable solution to this mystery, allowing them to optimize irrigation according to plants' actual needs with an easy-to-use and reliable sensor.
Yakir Preisler
PhD,  postdoctoral fellow, Harvard School of Engineering
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