Weather Data: a vital component to the agriculture value chain

24 May 2018

Weather Data: a vital component to the agriculture value chain

All agricultural stakeholders have an interest in accurate, localised and reliable meteorological data. Having access to such data means that organisations and entrepreneurs can translate raw weather data into accessible weather information, which is crucial for farmers to make well-informed farm management decisions and for effective risk mitigation.

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Issue 87
Using weather data to support smallholder agriculture in Africa

Using weather data to support smallholder agriculture in Africa

Providing added value services for smallholders using open weather data in developing countries is challenging. Therefore, on 21 and 22 November 2017 practitioners, policy-makers and academics gathered in The Hague, the Netherlands, to explore in two workshops the practical and strategic challenges they face to work with open weather data and how to address them.

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