Enabling access to FAIR and open agricultural data: CABI’s Action on Invasives takes the lead

Two CABI scientists inspect tomato plants
For many centuries, data has been used in agriculture to help farmers, researchers and policymakers make more informed decisions. For instance, farmers use weather and soil data to decide how and when to fertilise, plant or harvest; and policymakers use data about the impact of pest and disease management interventions during evidence-based decision making.
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Open Access tools for Open Science

Plant doctor using a tablet at an e-plant clinic in India
Each year on November 10th, World Science Day for Peace and Development celebrates the significance of science in daily life and the importance of involving the public in scientific developments and debates. This year, the theme for World Science Day for Peace and Development is “Open science, leaving no one behind”. The concept of “Open…
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