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  • Project event in Croatia to support farmer survey
    Without the use of digital technology, there is no development of agriculture, it was pointed out today at the first project WiseFarmer workshop organized by the Network of Advisory Services of Southeast Europe-SEASN and the School Bedekovčina, which also hosted the lecture. The lecture was attended by farmers, agricultural advisers, teachers and students from the agricultural sector. 
  • WiseFarmer brochure is available
    WiseFarmer brochure is published for the use of project partners and ohe organisations interested in the main information of project.
  • Farmer interviews
    Project staff members travelled to remote areas of the countries to meet individual or small groups of farmers to discuss the main issues related to the use of ICTs, information sources and the local knowledge and experience needed for the good practice of farming. 
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    BUAS to introduce the project at the III Rural Development Conference

    Our project partner, Dr. Cosmin Salasan (USAMVB Timisoara, Romania), speaks about Wisefarmer project in his presentation "Bridging innovation and problems for small farms and agricultural households"  

    Date: Thursday, 14 November, 2019

    Venue: Szent István University Faculty of Agricultural and Economic Studies

    Address: 5540 Szarvas, Szabadság str. 1-3. HUNGARY.


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    Farmer interviews in Greece

    Agricultural University of Athens-Greece, during OUTPUT 1 of the project, organized farmer interviews on 31st October - 1st November 2019. The Case study covered the area of Prefecture of Karditsa , in the ThessalΥ Region. The number of interviews was 7, with 4 young farmers-between 30 and 40 years old and 3 experienced – up to 60 years old.

    According to the results, the average farm size: 40 acres (ranging from 25 to 100 acres). The interviewed farmers have always farmed in the same region.