A fruit farmer live-streams from his farm in Zhangjiajie in Hunan province in September 2019. Photo: Chris Chang
A fruit farmer live-streams from his farm in Zhangjiajie in Hunan province in September 2019. Photo: Chris Chang
Fiorenzo Manganiello
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Fiorenzo Manganiello and Nessim Sariel-Gaon

How blockchain and other digital technology can help China achieve its agriculture and climate change goals

  • When farmers use smartphones and other technology to access actionable data, it could revolutionise profitability and sustainability
  • Blockchain platforms could offer farmers complete visibility of seed purchase and crop management, enabling the matching of buyers’ needs across the nation

A fruit farmer live-streams from his farm in Zhangjiajie in Hunan province in September 2019. Photo: Chris Chang
A fruit farmer live-streams from his farm in Zhangjiajie in Hunan province in September 2019. Photo: Chris Chang
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