Credit: Geekwire, Taylor Soper

Phytelligence is raising more cash to further develop its technology that helps grow food crops like apples, cherries, hops, and nuts more effectively.

The Seattle startup just closed on $6.95 million of a larger Series B round that could total $16 million. Cowles Company led the investment, which included participation from WRF Capital. Total funding in the 70-person company is $12.6 million.

https://www.geekwire.com/2017/agriculture-biotech-startup-raises-7m-grow-apples-cherries-nuts-effectively/

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