Read the articles below to learn more about the background of TTADDA for a new Dutch & Japanese Potato Circular Value Chain.
Taking advantage of each other's leading position
If you combine Japanese high-tech and Dutch agronomy, you arrive at strong new agricultural concepts that are more sustainable and more productive, that is the idea behind a new PPP project. This project is based on a Seed Money Project in which it was investigated how both countries can optimally help each other with knowledge development.
Transition Towards a Data Driven Agriculture (TTADDA)
Digitizing agriculture to improve the yield of potatoes and lowering emissions and water usage. That’s the main goal of this research project. The research team is developing new methods for below and above ground sensing and multiple techniques, like radar, x-ray, hyperspectral imaging and impedance tomography.