In 2015, Allison Kopf founded Agrilyst, a web-based software platform that uses data science to help indoor farmers manage their crops. It currently has $3.3 million in funding. She works with produce and cannabis growers, and her product can forecast what crops need to be harvested in a 30-day period with 90% accuracy. Agrilyst's technology makes it easier to understand expected yield, number of units and revenue, and claims it can reduce labor hours through automation.
February 7th, 2018 | 51 mins 35 secs
In this episode, Allison Kopf talks about what tech looks like in the context of a working farm, building a good remote company culture, and disagreeing respectfully while maintaining strong opinions.