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  • Source: The Hindu
    With the proliferation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in every field, agriculture is not one to be left behind. Tamil Nadu Agricultural University for one, has developed a host of...
    12/07/2013
  • Author: Balaram Mahalder
    Farmers in the country's 50 union parishads (UPs) will very soon be connected with digitally available information on soil, crops, weather, prices, and, above all, the quickest remedial advice from...
    11/07/2013
  • http://isoblue.org/
    ISOBlue is an open-source project that aims to provide farmers, via smartphone, with cheaper and easier access to agricultural data gathered by the industry-standard ISOBUS port located on tractors,...
    10/07/2013
  • http://www.manage.gov.in/
    An integrated farmer’s portal and SMS gateway, to meet the demand of the Indian farmer for specific crop-related information and advisories, is undergoing advanced pilot-testing. Farmers ,who are...
    05/07/2013
  • Photograph by: Greg Pender, The Starphoenix , For The StarPhoenix
    Kim Keller was driving a grain cart through her fields near Melfort one day last year when she decided she'd had enough of the clunky, desktop-bound software she was using to manage her farming...
    27/06/2013
  • The brief : Is there potential for technology to play a role in assisting farmers? The first step was to study existing solutions and services. The initial task of finding these services was...
    26/06/2013
  • In a recently published Guardian article, readers got to see how information and communication technologies (ICTs) are assisting farmers in developing countries to access agricultural information and...
    04/06/2013
  • Source: http://www.ippmedia.com/
    Finland has expressed willingness to work with Tanzanian farmers in a move aimed at imparting to them important information on modern agriculture. Alexander Stubb, the country’s European Affairs and...
    04/06/2013
  • Kenyan farmers pick through their maize crop in a field in the village of Kapsim
    John Mwangi stands in his wooden shed counting bags of maize neatly bundled in burlap. The 90kg bags sit on slats raised two feet off the earthen floor, protecting the maize from damp and rodents. A...
    31/05/2013
  • http://www.adb.org/
    Major changes have been occurring almost unnoticed in staples value chains in Asia. The Quiet Revolution in Staples Value Chains documents and explains the transformation of value chains moving rice...
    30/05/2013

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