The age of artificial intelligence: Agri-tech solutions reduce guesswork for farmers in Lucknow, Tech News & Top Stories

Growing up, Mr Ananda Prakash Verma watched with a heavy heart as his father tended to their family’s cauliflower fields, knowing it was not guaranteed that their efforts would lead to a good harvest.

Like many other families in India’s Uttar Pradesh region, Mr Ananda’s family income is dependent on the south-west monsoon – which lasts from June to September – for rain, and their crops.

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