Cropland Data to Improve Yield Forecasting in Support of Food Security Status, Tanzania

Photo; OMDTZ
  • The context of the sample with field characteristics i.e geolocation, presence of cropland, crop type, crop stage, irrigation/rainfed type and cropping pattern.
  • The crop characteristics such as a photo indicating the details of the crops like crop stage or field preparation.
OMDTZ surveyor collecting cropland data in Tanga, Tanzania. Photo; OMDTZ

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