Farm advisory platform BharatAgri has raised Rs 14 crore in an extended Series A round led by Capria Ventures. The round also saw participation from notable investors including Omnivore, India Quotient, 021 Capital, Ratnagiri Impex, and Sanjiv Rangrass.
According to BharatAgri, the proceeds will be used to ramp up its personalized advisory-driven e-commerce vertical Krushidukan.
Founded in 2017 by Siddharth Dialani and Sai Gole, BharatAgri offers farmers AI-based agronomy services to help increase farm incomes through the systematic implementation of scientific farming techniques. The platform’s proprietary algorithm collects over 30 data points which are then used to provide year-long seasoned scientific advisory/schedule in the form of personalized videos.
BharatAgri claims to have delivered value to more than 1 lakh farmers with over 2 lakh acres of land through its premium advisory services.
Earlier in September 2021, the startup had raised $6.5 million in its Series A round led by Omnivore. The firm was also a part of the fourth batch Google for Startups Accelerator India programme that was launched in September 2020.