In 2017, Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss at Kansas State University partnered with Sesi Technologies to adopt and scale an effective solution to farmers and people across the value chain to manage postharvest losses. The...
Aflatoxins are toxic substances produced by mould fungi. The presence of aflatoxins in grains degrade its quality and quantity leading to loss of income and investment. It is therefore important that farmers and commodity traders take measures in preventing aflatoxins from infesting grains.
At Sesi Technologies, we understand that post-harvest losses are such a menace to the grain farmer, trader and aggregator who only wants his grains to remain in good shape till it reaches the consumer.
This is where the GrainMate Moisture Meter comes in.
Consuming grains that are whole provides us with many nutrients that are highly beneficial to our health and wellbeing. There is the widespread notion that eating grains only provides you with nothing but carbohydrates. However, that is not entirely true.
While changes in government policies will be essential in meeting this demand, precision agriculture will also have a significant role to play in providing food security. Tools like drone technology, IoT and production methods like vertical farming will also contribute significantly to increased production
Food waste is one of the world’s DUMBEST problems. But, is a problem we can solve. See how young Africans are tackling this problem.
Sesi Technologies is set to launch two new technology products for farmers and grain aggregators on Friday, 11th December 2020 at 4pm GMT.
Maize is one of the major staple foods in Ghana. The maize harvesting season is here again. Here are two ways to reduce losses in maize this season.
As you are already aware, our societies are going through some incredible changes. If there's one thing the coronavirus has taught us, it is that our work in helping to ensure food security in Africa and beyond is very essential. Meanwhile here are the highlights of what our team has been up to since January 2020.