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Carbon Farming-As-A-Service For All farmers

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Farm Digitization And Management

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Farming-As-A-Service (FAAS) In Agriculture We make it easy for any Smallholder farmer to start utilising the land (arable or grazing) for farming. We are creating Access (Technology, Markets, Agriculture, and Finance).

We are digitizing farms as the first step to ensure ACCESS. We are readying the farms for the 4th industrial Revolution, the use of Artificial Intelligence-based technologies, and the 5th Generation technologies. Agriculture is a series of complex individual but inter-dependent processes. Agricultural work needs to be organized into efficient stages to ensure a good yield. Our success for our "FAAS" is based on a triangle formed by the farmer, technology and the Farming As A Service- and consulting concept.


We assign each farmer to a Solution Manager or an Extension officer from the beginning of your farming season to the end and beyond. We design and capture your fields, analyze soil, select crops and plan yields. Monitor temperature,weather,humidity, diseases.

Crop, Aquaculture And Livestock Management

Manage all aspect of crops, fish and livestock management. Our Vets, Agronomists, Extension Officers work with each farmer using our artificial intelligence-based technologies.

Carbon Farming As A Service

We act as an Aggregator for farmers And Also Data Managers. From the registration of the Project that requires sequestration to the payment of the carbon offsets. We use several technologies and assign dedicated extension officers, foresters, agronomist to each project.


Farmers sign long term contracts for the services. Farmer sells entire project, control, and credits to the aggregator in terms and conditions set up in a contract. We then has complete control over carbon credits, when to sell, price, and data sharedServices are rendered. over the period.


The starting point for a world without poverty and hunger, is the rural world. An estimated 3 billion people – around 40 per cent of the global population – live in the rural areas of developing countries. Most depend on small, family farms for their income and sustenance. Rural people grow the food that feeds their nations, but they are also disproportionately poor: 80 per cent of the women, children and men living in extreme poverty live in rural areas, not cities. Investing in rural people is a long-term solution to so many of the problems we face today. Hunger, poverty, youth unemployment and forced migration – all have deep roots in rural areas; and all can be vastly improved through investing in small-scale agriculture and inclusive rural development addressing the following: ​ Identification, prediction and/or prevention of plant disease and pests, as well as alerts on the changing level of disease pressure and recommended mitigation actions. Affordable, accessible financial products (e.g. low-interest loan products, crop insurance) designed for smallholder farmers. Easily accessible, scalable and convenient training for farmers across multiple topics – business management, sustainable farming and financial literacy. Systems and tools that strengthen the farmers' commercial decision-making and enables alliances and information sharing among farmers. Remote training for ag extension teams focused on providing locally relevant and up-to-date advisory services to farmers to produce quality crops sustainably. Tools and technologies to improve harvest and post-harvest processes to improve crop quality and farmer productivity. Crop damage prevention or mitigation during bad or erratic weather patterns. Cost-effective precision irrigation technology for crop sprinkler or drip irrigation systems. Environmentally friendly fertilizers (land or ocean) or fertilizer use optimization with high adoption/ low churn. Simulation technology to speed plant breeding. Tools and technologies to improve harvest and post-harvest processes to improve crop quality, minimize post-harvest losses and ultimately improve farmer productivity. New technology applications for predicting & identify areas of risk before contamination in food or beverage production. Technology for the selection and sorting of crops after harvest based on quality parameters to use each grain for the correct product with zero waste and improved crop acceptance rates. Supply chain transparency for agriculture e.g. organic certification, provenance and chain assurance. Technology that enables a system of payment for ecological services (i.e. carbon credits) to increase farmer adoption of sustainable practices.


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Agronomists, Scientists, Technologists, supply chain specialists, administrators, and project managers. We assign a dedicated resource to each farm on a full time basis. Some resources are ONSITE whilst others are VIRTUAL working and hand holding the farmer from FARM TO HARVEST. The farmer is trained on the job on a one on one using the LIVE platform.

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