Cultivan Sandbox Ventures invested US$2m in Leaf, a San Francisco-based agtech startup for integrating farmland data across tech platforms, with participation from SP Ventures and Radicle Growth.
(FinSMEs) Leaf, a San Francisco, CA-based food and agriculture’s data infrastructure company, raised $2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Cultivan Sandbox Ventures with participation from SP Ventures and existing investor Radicle Growth.
The funding will be used to enhance the company’s products, grow their team, expand their integration network, and further engage international markets.
Led by G. Bailey Stockdale, CEO and co-founder, Leaf provides software developers with an API to build and scale a wide range of products including farm management software, lending products, carbon removal marketplaces, outcome-based financing, land and input marketplaces, agronomic recommendations, food traceability applications, equipment maintenance forecasting, and more.
Now, Leaf’s API network supports all major agriculture brands and powers many of the world’s leading FoodTech and AgTech products.