DA set to launch the color-coded agri map
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“One can only search for his area and the information on soil suitability and climatic conditions shall be available right away. Investors who wish to venture into the production of a particular crop can easily locate the area where to ideally grow such crop,” Didulo said. Also, the DA will distribute smartphones beginning 2017 to fishing and farming organizations all over the country. “The smart phones are equipped with an application that both farmers and fishermen can utilize to determine weather conditions, risks and hazards at sea and even information pertaining to the crops they grow,” he said.
Macahilo, M. N. (2016, December 20). DA set to launch the color-coded agri map. The Daily Guardian, p. B1.
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