Greenhouse Management Software
For Controlled Environment Agriculture

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RedBud delivers modern software for controlled environment agriculture. From pest management to equipment maintenance to task assignment and space allocation, RedBud’s integrated platform was built by growers for growers to improve operational efficiencies, while ensuring regulatory compliance. RedBud was born out of research at The Ohio State University and is backed by an experienced team who understands the complexities of controlled environment agriculture. As a centralized platform that streamlines task management and provides dynamic record-keeping and actionable insights, RedBud helps growers reduce costs, while maximizing crop consistency and repeatable results.

Modern Agriculture Software for
CEA Growers


Enhanced Crop
and Space Planning

Monitor crops with a data-driven view of your operation throughout the entire growth cycle, helping your team to make informed decisions.


Optimize Pest Scouting
& Management

Quickly spot pest trends via the graphical interface and streamline WPS recordkeeping using the onboard control products database.


Simplified Task & Maintenance Tracking

Automated task and maintenance management system logs the "who, what, where, and when", improving team communications.

Our Features

Centralized Data Hub

Integrated platform intuitively aggregates all the information about crops, pests, equipment and activities across any number of facilities for full visibility.

Full Customization

Configure your site to match your facility and operations, build templates to use and reuse.

Onboard Databases

Suite of onboard databases streamline data entry

Robust Reporting

Tailor-make any number and variety of reports to gain insights into your grow and meet regulatory recordkeeping requirements.

Real-Time Documentation

Secure browser-based program so there's nothing to install on your computer and accessible anywhere with our mobile app.

Dynamic Tracking

Track individual plants or batches from seed to harvest using QR codes.

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