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Kenyan irrigation app aims to cut water waste, crop losses
by Caroline Wambui
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24 January 2017
On 24 January 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Dealing with more unpredictable and irregular rainfall associated with climate change is a challenge for many farmers, and one made worse by water-wasting, inefficient irrigation systems, experts say. But scientists from Kenya's Meru University of Science and Technology have come up with one way to deal with the problem: a mobile app that monitors the need for water in fields and controls irrigation equipment to deliver just what is needed.
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