WasteCropper's cutting-edge BioTech Implants aim to create safer, environmentally friendly, and more efficient farms.
Working with a team of leading bioengineers, we provide services that limit the overuse of agricultural resources while improving crop yield and efficiency.
Our products and services focus on the specific needs of our clients, using a variety of methods to help them decrease cost of production and lengthen the lifespan of their farmlands.
35% Pesticides (7.2 Billion USD)
18% Water/ Others (4 Billion USD)
26% Fertilizers (5.4 Billion USD)
18% Crops (4 Billion USD)
Harms Farm Workers
Poisons Water Systems and Food
Water & Fertilizers
Squanders Natural Resources
Increases Cost of Production
Each farm develops different crops, has different landscape and structures, and requires its own specific resource allocation plan to function effectively.
Our BioTech Implants are planted into the soil of the farm. For every 3 acres of land an implant is applied. They are designed to give the farm owners and workers information on whether the applied area needs pesticide, the type of fertilizers needed, and the amount of hydration required. This directly decreases the need to spend on extra pesticide and fertilizers that would have been applied to areas that didn't need those products.
Our lab consists of state-of-the-art technology and a team of leading bioengineers who improve our products.
Pesticide Use (397 pounds per year)
Fertilizer Use (20,000 pounds per year)
Overall Cost of Production (1.2 million USD)
Pesticide Use (257 pounds per year)
Fertilizer Use (13,800 pounds per year)
Overall Cost of Production (800,000 USD)
30% Small Farms
25% Large Farms
45% Medium Farms
2013 (350 Farms)
2014 (600 Farms)
2015 (800 Farms)
2016 (1,350 Farms)
2017 (1,800 Farms, as of April)
2018 (Predicted: 2,200+ Farms)
Annually Active Users
New Farms Monthly
Our BioTech Implants are the first to directly decrease pesticide usage, which:
Our technology is capable of adapting to different farms, giving users information that will specifically improve their farms. Unlike other biotech agricultural companies, we do not use generic methods. We aim to provide unique solutions to each of our client's problems.
Our team of leading bioengineers have lowered our cost of production every year. New methods and improving technology helped us provide service at lower prices and garner more customers.
WasteCropper's presence in both the agricultural and eco-conservation circles have been steadily growing. We are currently a proud collaborator with the largest environmental NGOs. Furthermore, we will launch projects empowering local eco-farming groups, in 2018.
2014 (17,000 USD)
2015 (16,000 USD)
2016 (14,500 USD)
Please contact our team leaders for inquiries.
Co-Founder of WasteCropper
Jacob Adams founded WasteCropper in 2013 with Madeline Moore. He currently serves as both Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of WasteCropper. Mr. Adams manages the company's budget, vision, and plays a direct role in collaborating with other businesses/clients.
Mr. Adams completed his BA at Wesleyan University and holds an MBA degree from Stanford University.
Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder of WasteCropper
Madeline Moore founded WasteCropper in 2013 with Jacob Adams. She currently serves the Chief Technology Officer and leads the BioTech Team at WasteCropper. Ms. Adams made the company's vision a reality, using bioengineering to improve agricultural efficiency. She works with a team of high-level bioengineers to constantly improve WasteCropper's products.
Ms. Adams completed her BA and her PhD degrees in Bioengineering at Yale University.
Mr. Li completed his BA at Beijing University and holds a JD and an MBA degree from Cornell University.
25% Farm Greener
15% IT Department