On a mission to make agriculture sustainable.
For decades, we’ve produced the bulk of our food through industrial agriculture—a system dominated by large farms growing the same crops year after year, using enormous amounts of chemical pesticides and fertilisers that damage soils, water, air, and climate. This system is not built to last, because it squanders and degrades the resources, such as soil and water, that it depends on.
At Geabit, we are committed to make agriculture sustainable. That’s why we only develop and promote farming techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare. Our monitoring systems help farmers reduce water usage and chemical use, making also sure that optimal plant growth is achieved which means a significant yield increase and higher quality crops.
Committed to promoting use of less and safer pesticides
We have developed AI-powered Pest & Disease Forecasts, that can accurately predict possible threats for the plants and crops. This means, that farmers will have the ability to control any disease or pest before it’s too late. This can lead to less chemicals being used.
We also promote use of pesticides that are safe and environmental friendly, from companies that invest and care about making agriculture sustainable. This is why we started saferpesticides.com, a campaign to push crop-protection companies to invest in safety tests and are doing vital research to create new and safer pesticides, but also support those who already do that.
Committed to reducing water consumption
Overwatering results in negative yield response. Our monitoring systems use sophisticated soil sensors, improving yields and reducing water consumption by up to 40%.
Committed to eliminating food loss
After leaving the field, 17% of the world’s food products spoil – one of the world’s most acute problems. This is why we offer post harvest crop monitoring.
After a harvest leaves the field, our monitoring systems can be mounted to a base in order to track crops’ storage conditions (patented). This means that we can monitor what is happening to the crops from the field until they hit the shelves with no extra cost for sensors. This helps farmers prevent spoilage and reduce unnecessary chemical use.