Live talk presented at Red Hat Summit on May 8, 2019
The future of agriculture relies on sharing ideas between farms and communities worldwide. Learn how Dorn Cox, Ph.D., Research Director, Wolfe’s Neck Farm for Agriculture and the Environment, is using open source to help these networks innovate.
From the talk
FarmOS is an open source platform for agricultural management and record keeping, and is part of Farm Hack. By integrating agricultural data from multiple farms into open source communities, everyone gets a chance to see the bigger agricultural picture and make meaningful contributions.
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