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    Graham Immerman
    Graham Immerman Big Data / July 25, 2017

    How big data could help small farms

    Innovative, inexpensive soil sensors can lead to valuable information and big results. These sensors can collect information about soil conditions and, when paired with a photograph taken from above on a smartphone, can create maps.

    Maps created with this technology can tell farmers where soil is acidic, where it needs more water, or other valuable metrics. With this information, farmers can improve soil quality or know where to plant which crops for the best results.

    he world needs more efficient farmers to feed its growing population, and big data could play a big role in increasing that efficiency. This also shows that big data can work for small business!

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