Extension officers, radio, and mobile phones remain crucial for the farmers to access and discover agricultural information.
Transdisciplinary thinking is a fundamental requirement if we are to take meaningful steps towards using big data to solve complex socio-environmental problems.
Does big data raise more questions than answers?
Big data can help smallholders can become agriculture’s big players.
To achieve food and nutritional security, for present and future generations, an agricultural transformation is not only required. It is vital.
Although data is important for all players in the value chain, the primary end-users are the farmers and they are the most novice players in the big data approach, particularly those in developing countries.