Nigerian Cultivation Robotics

Nigeria is blessed with good soil for agricultural production.

https://steemit.com/steemstem/@masterwriter/nigerian-agriculture-introducing-agricultural-robotics-technology-to-nigerian-agriculture-chapter-one

The fourth objective of the African Union’s (AU) Agenda 2063 aims to ensure the well-being of African citizens, through promoting health and access to nutritious food.

https://www.nepad.org/blog/transforming-african-agriculture-through-adoption-of-robotics-technology

Using technology, we can make our existing waste-bin smarter and intelligent. 

https://roboticsafrica.org/projects/

Whatever your area of specialization (milling, grain center, pet food, farming, hatchery, premix plant, fertilization center, litter, etc.), you will finally have peace of mind and save time thanks to our software

https://matissoft.com/en/agricultural-erp/

Agworld is a collaborative farm data ecosystem for growers, agronomists, and others involved in the farming process.

https://www.agworld.com/ca/products/

Vision: To be the global pioneer in the era of intelligent robots

https://www.hansrobot.net/about-us/about

Loving Spoonful envisions a resilient community and local food system, that
nourishes all people and supports dignified access to good food.

https://www.lovingspoonful.org/
www.google.ca/

“I’m not sure if this idea could expand or not. I would charge about 500 Nigerian Naira for a meal 3 times per day same idea as in Canada. Coffee would be free near a plantation limited to 1 perhaps per meal. I wouldn’t want to CEO my own name. I am studying college level business with my 33rd high school credit at Quinte Adult Education and keep wondering if business using ‘NC Security Service in Niger’ would become helpful. I could feed Nigerians balanced meals from what commodities they have. I would pay my 2 thousand dollar airfare as a plane ride to lagos would cost a pretty penny, or nickel nowadays! 😛 This wouldn’t have to happen right away of course, but a wonderful vision of the future.” – Gregory A. Britt,

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