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A new partnership will help African farmers to rapidly increase yields for many crops with zero carbon irrigation while not suffering from increasing fuel costs which limit their incomes.
Digital technology has created new opportunities for businesses in Africa to compete on a more equal footing. However, these businesses have yet to enjoy the full benefits.
Nanoparticles are increasingly being explored for boosting crops and nutrition. Experts say global regulation of nanotechnology is needed, especially to protect developing nations.
About 33 million users are registered on digital platforms to boost agriculture in Africa. However, only 40 per cent are actually using the platforms.