Using an array of information and years of research, crop yields can be increased while reducing fertilizer costs and saving water. Taking advantage of open data, the SMART! system is designed to offer precise nutrient formulations, regulate fertilizer amounts and offer directions on mixing and applying fertilizers.Read more
GODAN, Open Data for Development (OD4D) Network, Open Data Charter, and the Open Data Institute are pleased to announce the release of the Agricultural Open Data Package: BETA version. The release was officially announced by Andre Laperriere at the Open...Read more
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