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Examples of Smart Farming Applications from Romania

The first Aquaponics publication in Romania was created in September 2015, being launched by the Research - Development Institute for the Valorization and Marketing of Horticultural...

Examples of Smart Farming Applications from Turkey

Techniques Used Substrate culture is common in the cultivation of fruit-consuming species (tomato, pepper, strawberry). Perlite, rock wool and coconut peat are used as substrate. Perlite...

Examples of Smart Farming Applications from Greece

In the Prefecture of Chalkidiki, there are two companies that apply methods of smart agriculture. The company Yanni’s Olive Grove in Nea Potidea, Chalkidiki and the Agricultural Association...

Examples of Smart Farming Applications from Bulgaria

The idea behind Bevine19 is to connect the world of technology with the world of wine culture so that people in the wine sector can have more information about what is happening in

Sources of Innovation in the Agricultural Sector

Innovation has to be driven by farmers in order to be able to respond to their needs and they have to be involved in the research processes from an early stage. This is crucial for...

Digital Agriculture Development during the Covid-19 Era

The year 2020 marks the beginning of the “Decade of Action” proclaimed by the United Nations for achieving the goals and targets set out in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development...

Digitalization of the Agriculture in Turkey

For Turkey the GVA ranks the highest in the participating countries in the current report and is 8.034% . Agriculture is an important part of the Turkish economy and it contributes...

Aquaponics in Romania

Romania is at the 26th position as per the DESI index 2020 and its GVA for 2019 is 4.5% (% of the total GVA).[1] The first Aquaponics publication in Romania

Digitalization of the Greece Agriculture

Greece performance in terms of digitization is below the EU average. On the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) Greece ranks 27th out of the 28 EU Member States in 2017 - 2020,

Digitalization of the Agriculture in Cyprus

For Cyprus the GVA for 2019 from agrarian sector was 2.3% (% of the total GVA).[1] Cyprus is on the 24th position as per the DESI index 2020 and on the foremost place of all EU countries...

Digitalization of the Agriculture in Bulgaria

By economic sectors, the Gross Value Added (GVA) for 2018 in Bulgaria was distributed as follows: · Industry (including construction) - 25.8%; · Services - 70.3%; · Agrarian (agriculture,...

Smart Farming in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Smart Farming 4.0 All project is implemented by a multinational consortium of partners who come together to conduct research, training and dissemination of new farming techniques


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