Agriculture is recognized as a critical enabler of economic growth in developing countries, thus, the importance of agriculture towards national food security, import substitution and job creation cannot be overemphasized. For Nigeria to move closer to unlocking its full agriculture potential, the value chain have to be identified, mapped, prioritized and digitized. For Africa to feed her teeming population, farmers must produce as much per acre as it can, decrease the threat of crop failure, decrease operational costs, and sell crops for the maximum value possible. This necessitates, among other things, digitally managing of input resources like fertilizer, water, and seed quality and reducing the impact of changeable variables (such as the climate and pests).
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