Popular Smart Garden Company Edyn Announces Partnership

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Last year, Perry told you all about the Edyn Smart Garden that was successfully funded by Kickstarter. Well, you’ll be happy to know that the company announced a few partnerships that will help further their growth in business in the U.S. and beyond.


Official today, Edyn, the smart garden system that gives you the ability to truly connect with your garden by way of smartphone, has accounted they are officially funded by Fenox Ventures, Inc. Better yet, the company has also announced a strategic partnership in Asia in efforts to expand internationally. What does this mean for Edyn?

Well fresh after announcing their Water Valve, a smart irrigation controller than deliver just the right amount of water to your plants without excess at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Edyn’s plan is to develop new products for the growing demand for advanced agriculture technology for not just for the consumer, but for the commercial users to meet the population growth, which is estimated to reach 9.6 billion by 2050.

“I originally conceived of Edyn as a way to help farmers in Kenya grow their crops more efficiently through near real-time data analysis and recommendations,” said Edyn CEO and Founder Jason Aramburu. “This expansion offers a tremendous opportunity to extend Edyn’s use commercially while maintaining its utility for consumer gardeners, as well as helping to reach sustainability on a local and global scale. Fenox was the ideal partner to help us forge those partnerships and lead the round.”

The Edyn itself not only tracks and monitors environmental conditions in order to keep your plants healthy, but the Edyn app provides a smart and intuitive way to recommend what plants your garden should have, and how to make sure that they thrive. For more information about Edyn, as well as their partnerships, head over to Edyn.com today for more.

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