Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year
Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year

Arable Mark 2 - Monthly Hardware/Software Subscription - Pre-Order Special ($49/mo) - First Year

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$588
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$588
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Pre-order now to receive the Arable Mark 2 and Arable Core software subscription for $49/mo and secure your place in line to receive the Arable Mark 2 when our manufacturing resumes.

No commitment, no risk. If you’re not blown away by the simplicity and accuracy of the Mark 2 and the benefits of crop-level data, take advantage of our 90-day money-back guarantee.

Offer valid through May 15, 2020. Once the offer expires, the price will increase to our regular subscription pricing of $69/mo.

Arable’s complete agricultural intelligence solution delivers critical weather and plant data to the palm of your hand. Improve efficiencies and boost your bottom line with informed decisions on irrigation, spray timing, harvest timing and more.

The Arable Mark 2 is an all-in-one irrigation management tool, weather station, and crop monitor, synthesizing climate and plant data to produce actionable insights for all growing conditions. Arable's signature device, the second-generation Mark 2 includes an improved sensor suite, upgraded durability, and enhanced global cellular connectivity. Installs in minutes, deploys with the push of a button, and requires no maintenance.

The Arable Core software platform delivers the full data suite of over 40 measurements, including precipitation, temperature, NDVI, crop ET, solar radiation, and more. Includes web app, mobile app, frost & heat spike alerts and API access. Standard customer support is included.

For technical details, information on accessories, and terms, use the tabs above.

Arable Telescoping Pole: Three-section aluminum extendable pole for taller crops. Range: 5' - 16'.

Arable Ground Anchor: Steel ground screw for easy positioning, removal and reinsertion of any mounting post. No drills necessary for installation. Keeps Mark devices in a fixed vertical position.

Arable Bridge: An intuitive and easy-to-use connecting device that integrates auxiliary sensors into the Arable platform. Compatible sensors include Sentek Drill & Drop soil moisture probe, GEMS PN 258325 pressure switch, and Davis 6410/7911 anemometer.

Davis Anemometer 6410: The Davis Cup Anemometer includes both wind speed and wind direction sensors. Rugged components stand up to hurricane‐force winds, yet are sensitive to a light breeze. Includes sealed bearings for long life. The range and accuracy specifications have been verified in wind‐tunnel tests. In areas where icing of the anemometer is a problem, drip rings deflect water from the joint between moving parts. The anemometer connects to the Arable system via the Arable Bridge.

Arable Bridge Davis Anemometer Y Cable: A 20cm Y Cable with RJ-11 to 3 pin Connectors used for connecting the Arable Bridge for the Arable Mark 2 to a Davis 6410 or 7911 anemometer.

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You will be charged a refundable deposit of $1 at checkout. If we can ship your unit by June 1, your credit card will be charged for a twelve-month subscription at $49 per month ($588 charged at time of shipment). If we are not able to ship your unit by June 1, 2020, we will refund your $1 deposit.

If you're not completely satisfied, take advantage of our 90-day money back guarantee, which begins one week after we ship your order.

The Arable Subscription Agreement may be viewed in its entirety here.