The G4AW programme is special because it connects two worlds that had never directly interacted with each other beforeRead more
We’re already working on the tooling that smallholders can use on a simple smartphone up to an advanced smartphoneRead more
The idea behind the original business case was to simply put forward the argument that MUIIS is a service that has value that people are willing to pay for.Read more
PA offers many benefits in profitability, productivity, sustainability, crop quality, environment protection, on-farm quality of life, food safety and rural economic development.Read more
A recent CTA workshop ‘The value of farm data: Farmer-representing organisations and farmer-owned data’ gained insights into the role these groups can play in using and delivering services to the smallholder farmer.Read more
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