“Unsustainable agricultural practices and poor land management around the world are decreasing the nutritional content of crops and threatening our ability to produce food,” writes Kristie Wang. Given the current status quo, we need to use smarter agricultural practices that not only feed the growing population but can cycle nutrients back into soil. Naturally,...

Guest post by Paul Polak, author, “Out of Poverty” and founder of International Development Enterprises In my last article you heard about SunWater,...

  A unique “bundled” mobile service is changing the way smallholder farmers conduct business. A new Mercy Corps program, dubbed “Agri-Fin...

  Farmers will be able to build a credit history through data collected on their farming supply purchases and produce sales. A powerful new mobile...

  Filipino rice farmers will soon pad their mobile wallets with more than just mobile money: they’ll get on-demand farming advice, too. Though...

  A 2012 report released by the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications highlights the unprecedented growth in biotech...

By Sheilah Birgen m:Lab The fourth Wireless Wednesday meet up on mobile innovations in agriculture saw mobile apps developers, entrepreneurs, farmers, NGOs, financial advisors,media, government representatives, and other stakeholders review apps that target post-harvest challenges. Tags: post harvest challenges, farmer, mobile innovations in agriculture, mLab ...