Digitization is the use of advanced and the new technologies into one integrated system to enable farmers and other stakeholders within the ecosystem and the agricultural value chain to improve food (crop and livestock) production.
Our digitization program provide the farmers with ACCESS to the use of these technologies - 4th Industrial revolution, artificial intelligence-based and 5th generation.
Most of today's farmers be they smallholder of commercial make decisions such as how much fertilizer, how much water, when to switch on the irrigation, based on the combination of rough measurement, experience, and recommendations. Once a course of action is decided, it is then implemented, but the results are not normally seen until harvest time.
In contrast, a digital agriculture system gathers data more frequently and accurately often combined with external sources such as weather pattern information. The resulting data is combined and interpreted so that the farmer can make a better more informed and appropriate decision.
These decisions can be better and quickly implemented with greater accuracy and the impact seen back quickly without waiting for harvest.
Our Agronomists, economists, extension officers work with the farmers to monitor the day to day condition of the farm until harvest.
This method and approach ensure the farming costs are reduced and the potential yield maximized per acre of land that is being farmed.
Farmers can thus see better invoicing revenues, feed more communities.
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