Farmers can capture a vast amount of atmospheric carbon in their crops and soils…if they have the water to do it. Many plans to reverse greenhouse gas emissions—such as the one described in Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s 2020 report on California’s efforts, “Getting to Neutral”—largely ignore agriculture.
There are two keys to unlocking California’s massive carbon-capturing resource: agricultural technology and connecting with farmers. Irrigation #Agtech represents a broad range of approaches, from buried sensors in the soil to satellite monitoring technology and a wide array of tools in between. Smart irrigation is a game-changer when it comes to carbon capture.
This presentation will examine the trends in the smart irrigation industry and how you can benefit from them.