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The AGRIS team will like to inform the broader community that the AGRIS Network discussion group has been set up on Dgroups. This group will be operative as of 2 May...
AIMS@Webinars series: How much data is enough in precision agricolture?
May 10th, 2017 at 15.00 CET / 16.00 CEST
The Niagara College (NC) Agriculture & Environmental...
Following the forum on The Role of ICTs in Sustainable Crop Production Intensification (SCPI) of horticulture crop based system (mainly fruits, vegetables, roots and tubers) we caught up with...
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AIMS team pleased to invite you to attend an...
The e-Agriculture Team announces the 2nd Newsletter in 2017. This issue provides a quick update of the planned e-Agriculture Capacity Development activities.
In the coming months the e-Agriculture...
Preliminary results of a study shows that using drone technology could cut labour and costs spent in collecting data for maize breeding by at least 10%.
The SciDevNEt reported that The International...
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The water sources worldwide are dwindling, the SDGs and the Paris agreement have an overaching policy guides on the use of water
FAO focuses on water in 3 main categories; information...
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has developed a publicly accessible near real time database (WaPOR) using satellite data that allows monitoring of...
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Online forum discussions held on the e-Agriculture Platform have shown us that independently from the topic or the context, often the same challenges and recommendations are brought forward by...