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March 17th, 2015 / Business Daily Live

Tractor+farm+food+farming+XXX Wider smartphone and internet access has allowed technology firms to reach remote African farmers with apps providing veterinary diagnoses, crop planting guidance and virtual marketplaces. “People who don’t have access to running water or electricity have access to a phone that is more powerful than computers we had a few years ago,” said Sami Ibrahim, lead developer at Glasgow-based technology start-up Cojengo. “That creates a huge opportunity”. Read more