MINNEAPOLIS — October 24, 2022 — CIBO, the science-based software company that provides the food and ag value chain with a complete platform to drive ag carbon and nature-based climate programs, announced today that cotton modeling is available in the CIBO platform.
Adding cotton to CIBO’s existing crop modeling and remote sensing capabilities is a significant milestone in the company’s mission to scale regenerative agriculture across crops, geographies and management systems. These new capabilities enable the entire agri-fiber value chain- from cotton growers to the textile industry to consumers- to easily engage in and scale regenerative agriculture. With this addition cotton growers can benefit from expanded carbon offset and Scope 3 incentive programs that leverage CIBO’s platform, and companies with cotton in their supply chain can efficiently inventory and develop individualized incentive programs with cotton growers to reduce their Scope 3 emissions.
“By adding cotton modeling and remote sensing capabilities, CIBO is expanding the reach of regenerative agriculture,” said CIBO CEO Dan Ryan. “This milestone allows us to help more companies and growers achieve their objectives.”
CIBO powers regenerative ag initiatives of grower-focused food, ag and fiber companies committed to sustainable agriculture. CIBO supports the goals of its partners by leveraging its science-based software platform to develop, deploy and manage sustainability programs.
Posted: October 24, 2022