Mitigating Effects of Environmental Stress on Fruit Crops
Las Vegas (August 2020) – Farmers and scientists worldwide are working on technology to help mitigate the effects of environmental stress on fruit and vegetable crops. Breakthrough technologies from Cultiva®... View Article
Dr. Mark Zettler Joins Board of Directors at Cultiva®
Cultiva LLC (cultiva.com), a provider of food-grade biofilms used in agricultural markets, announces the appointment of agri-business start-up leader and consultant, Mark Zettler to the company’s Board of Directors.
Why Smoke Taint Is No Joke for Grape Growers
Growing Produce Article. May 13, 2020. By Thomas Skernivitz
Viva, Las Vegas! Nevada’s Cultiva nets $2.94m funding to stop crops getting sunburn
AgFunderNews Article. May 5, 2020. By Richard Martyn-Hemphill
Advantage Capital Invests $2.94 Million in Cultiva, Supporting Company Expansion in Las Vegas
Advantage Capital announced a $2.94 million investment in Las Vegas-based Cultiva, LLC.
Can Grapes Be Protected from Wildfire Smoke Taint?
Wine Spectator Article. March 6, 2020. By Lynn Alley
Cultiva Adds Chad Christopherson as Director of Sales and Marketing – North America
Cultiva, a provider of patented food-grade biofilms used in the agricultural markets, has named Chad Christopherson, Director of Sales and Marketing, North America.
Cultiva Announces New South American Distribution Partnership
Distribution partnership with Arysta LifeScience. a global provider of crop protection and yield-enhancing products in more than 60 countries.
Cultiva Adds Management, Sales, and R&D Personnel
Cultiva is pleased to announce the newest additions to its team of agricultural professionals.
Cultiva LLC Raises Series B Financing
Cultiva raised $1.9 MM in a Series B financing round.
John Salmonson Joins Cultiva’s Board of Directors
Cultiva announced that agribusiness executive John Salmonson was newly elected to the company’s Board of Directors.
Cultiva Receives $3.95 Million Investment for Expansion
Cultiva received a $3.95-million investment through the Nevada New Markets Tax Credit program.
Oregon State University & Cultiva Partnership
The result of a working partnership between Oregon State University and Cultiva, new Parka™ offers cherry growers unique technology that prevents fruit cracking and protects growers’ profits.