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11 Strategies for Farmers to Prepare for El Niño Rains

El Niño, a climate phenomenon characterized by the periodic warming of sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, has far-reaching effects on weather patterns worldwide. Among these effects are El Niño rains, which can bring increased and erratic precipitation to many regions. While this can be a boom for agriculture, it also poses risks such as flooding, erosion and crop damage. Farmers must be proactive and well-prepared to navigate these challenges. 

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Climate smart solutions farmers should adopt in this ever changing climate

17 Ways Farmers Can Deal With Climate Change: Climate-Smart Solutions

Climate change poses significant challenges to agricultural systems worldwide, impacting farmers and their livelihoods. The increasing frequency of extreme weather events, shifts in temperature and precipitation patterns, and the rising incidence of pests and diseases all contribute to the vulnerability of agricultural production.

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6 Agritech Solutions to Empower Farmers to Transform Food Security for a Sustainable Future

In a world grappling with food insecurity, where millions still lack access to adequate nutrition, a beacon of hope emerges: agritech. This powerful integration of technology and agriculture is revolutionizing the way we produce, distribute and consume food. Farmers are now using agritech solutions to transform food security for a sustainable future, a more reason to why they should be empowered with knowledge on farm technology use. 

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How Climate Change Impact Agriculture and What We Can Do About It

Climate change is expected to make agricultural development more challenging. Weather patterns are becoming less favorable in many instances, increasing the volatility of crop and livestock yields. The frequency and/or severity of extreme events is increasing as temperatures are projected to continue rising, and rainfall patterns are expected to shift more than they have already. 


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