As Hull Split Approaches, Semios Gives Growers a Head Start on NOW Control

July 5, 2018

As California almond growers approach hull split, their focus turns to the critical period for NOW control. Accurate hull split prediction is essential in managing the challenges of timing spray...

Semios Goes To Bat For Bats

June 11, 2018

Bats play an important role in agricultural pest management and have been credited for up to $53 Billion dollars worth of pest suppression services annually in the United States. Unfortunately bats,...

Semios named to SVG Partners Thrive Agtech Top 50 List 2018

January 26, 2018

We're proud to announce another recognition in AgTech for our work in helping growers of perennial crops reduce damage and increase yields. We're working hard to provide more insights that growers...

Global Cleantech Group Names Semios To Top 100 List

January 23, 2018

 We have moved from 'One to Watch' in 2017 to a member of the Top 100 in 2018. We're working hard to help growers of important food crops improve sustainability while improving yields.

Semios Named "One to Watch" in 2018

January 23, 2018

 We're working hard to improve our impact on sustainability in agriculture.

Semios And Synapse Breaking Ground In Smart Agriculture

April 17, 2017

The Challenge

Semios and Arrow Team on Sustainable, Data-Driven Farming Solutions

April 17, 2017

CENTENNIAL, CO - Semios and Arrow Electronics have collaborated on an innovative and sustainable crop management solution that helps growers of tree fruits and tree nuts reduce their use of...

Canadian Govt Joins PE Investors to Back Pest-Reducing Sensor Company’s $9m Seed Round

April 18, 2016

The company, which has 50k sensors deployed over 10k acres of land worldwide, raised the funding from a group of individual private equity investors and the Canadian government, according to a...

Vancouver-Based Semios Harvests Revenue From Research

April 16, 2016

The Vancouver-based agriculture tech firm has announced a private capital infusion of $8 million, a $1-million grant from Agriculture Canada and two regulatory approvals by the U.S. Environmental...

Canada Invests In Tech To Forecast Farm Fruit Diseases

April 15, 2016

The Government of Canada is investing nearly a million dollars ($949,322) in a project to develop wireless technology that’s capable of predicting diseases that affect farm output.

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