Agrology Unveils Block-Level Vintage Reports that Enable Customers to Visualize Data from an Entire Growing Season in One Easy-to-Read Document

Agrology Vintage Reports provide insights and easy reporting on specific climate impacts during the previous growing season

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Unified Wine & Grape Symposium (Booth #231) — Leading Predictive Agriculture company, Agrology, today unveiled new Agrology Vintage Reports that summarize a grower’s season data in one easy-to-read report. Each Agrology customer annually receives these vineyard and block-level reports that demonstrate how various environmental issues impacted the previous vintage. Agrology is offering a free downloadable vintage report for growers here.

Agrology Vintage Reports include in-depth graphs and data showing daily means, maximums, and minimums for the following inputs on each vineyard block:

  • Air Temperature
  • Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD)
  • Dew Point
  • Humidity
  • Volatile Organic Compounds
  • PM 1.0 Concentration
  • Air Quality Index
  • Soil Moisture
  • Days with Irrigation Events
  • Soil Temperature

“Real-time and historical data provides a new way to understand your vineyards block-by-block, vineyard-by-vineyard, and year-over-year,” said Agrology Co-Founder and CEO Adam Koeppel. “These reports provide viticulturists and winemakers with a quick visualization of how the environment contributed to the growing season, allowing them to truly excel at their trade. It also makes their jobs easier by providing a very quick and easy annual report of growing data to share with their teams.”

Agrology is a Public Benefit Corporation, a winner of two highly selective National Science Foundation SBIR Awards, and a recent winner of a 2022 WINnovation Award from Wine Industry Network. The company’s predictive agricultural platform helps growers monitor crops and receive predictive insights on irrigation, smoke risk, extreme weather, soil carbon respiration and sequestration, pest and disease outbreaks, and more.

Agrology gathers data in customers’ fields then processes data using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) models. The system precisely forecasts up to four days out, empowering growers to put ground-truth data behind their sustainability and regenerative practices and manage valuable resources.

Agrology also offers the first soil carbon respiration monitoring system to provide critical real-time data for tracking soil microbiome health and changes in soil carbon content–a key component to farmers fighting climate change with regenerative practices. Vintage Reports for 2023 will include reports on soil carbon for customers as well.

Download a Free Sample Vintage Report

Agrology is offering a free vintage report to demonstrate how viticulture teams can quickly understand the growing season in a clear, easy-to-read format. Anyone interested can download the free report here.

About Agrology

Agrology is a leading climate tech start-up and Public Benefit Corporation whose mission is to protect the economic viability of farmers in a time of intensifying climate change. Founded in 2019, Agrology is the winner of highly selective National Science Foundation SBIR Awards. The Agrology Platform is the first effective, affordable, and easy-to-use Predictive Agriculture platform to help growers with water, irrigation, pest prevention, spraying, soil, smoke taint, and extreme weather. Agrology is field-testing capabilities for soil carbon sequestration validation and greenhouse gas monitoring, based on its proprietary technology that leverages Machine Learning, IoT, and extensive Ground-Truth data. Current Agrology customers include Braga Fresh, The Duckhorn Portfolio, Boisset Collection, Dana Estates, Emeritus Vineyards, Jordan Vineyards and Winery, Lawrence Vineyards, Renteria Vineyard Management, Signorello Estate, Silver Oak Vineyards, and numerous specialty farms. Agrology has offices in Alexandria, Virginia, and Sonoma, California, and can be found online at


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