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Meet Our Advisory Board

Updated: Jun 24

The credentials that support our company


innov8.ag would like to take a moment to introduce you to our Advisory Board. These happen to be the highly appraised and credentialed individuals that give us years of experience in order to possess a different view on problems that may arise. By having these individuals on our team, innov8.ag has the opportunity and competitive advantage to learn from the lessons each person has to offer. With skills ranging from Phd's in soil moisture, GIS, and agriculture to civil and electrical engineers, farmers, computer science technicians, professors, and strategy consultants, Innov8.ag has more than enough experience behind us to possess a well rounded competitive advantage in the market.




Bob Rupar

Retired VP • Nelson Irrigation



Bob brings to the table expertise in water and irrigation management from his career with one of the world's foremost irrigation manufacturers.







Dave Brown

PhD, Director • Washington State University AgWeatherNet



Dave is an Associate Professor of Soil Science and director of WSU's AgWeatherNet, a source of data and support tools for Washington State growers and policy-makers.







Erin Anders

PhD • Crop & Soil Science • Ecological Food & Farming Systems • Michigan State • Walla Walla Community College


Erin is the lead instructor for the Agricultural Systems Bachelor's program at Walla Walla Community College.


Andrew Nelson

Farmer • Consultant • Nelson Wheat


Andrew has rich expertise in computer science and hands-on, long-term experience farming 9000 acres of dryland wheat.


Douglas Granitz

CEO-Specialized Strategy Solutions LLC



Doug is bringing a global understanding of the downstream cultivation of the data we are providing. He will provide the needs, the regulations, and resources needed to sustain globally.







Jeff Tucker

CEO Tuctronics • Computer Science • Electrical Engineering • College of Agriculture WSU


Jeff grew up working on a wheat farms, and even studied at University of Idaho while working on potato tissue culture. He provided the first commercial tissue culture based potato seed in Northern Idaho.




Todd Tucker

Tuctronics since 2009 • Computer Science • CWU


Todd is a 4th-generation dryland wheat farmer with 17 years of experience in Eastern Washington. His passion includes working with growers and learning valuable techniques, while furthering research. Mission: newest tech to ag market in shortest amount of time.



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