OneSoil is based in Minsk, Belarus. The goal of the company is to create technology that will be available to farmers all over the world. “Currently, most of the technologies for agriculture are way too expensive or too unfamiliar for the farmers to use. We are making them more accessible and convenient,” says Sasha Yakovlev, CPO of OneSoil. “When farmers don’t own any special onboard computers or expensive fertilizer distributors, they can download our app and use it for free.” Products from OneSoil are the Scouting mobile app for field monitoring and the web app that helps to calculate fertilizers for variable rate application.

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