Main Sequence Ventures contributed to a $3.2m round that brought predictive crop management technology developer FluroSat's funding total to $8.6m.

Australia-based predictive crop analytics platform developer FluroSat has raised $3.2m in a round backed by Main Sequence Ventures, the VC firm owned by research institute Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, AgFunderNews reported yesterday. The round was led by M12, the investment unit of software publisher Microsoft, and also included Artesian/GRDC GrainInnovate Fund, a VC…

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