Farmer’s Carbon Storage & Global Warming Impact

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Connecting Education and Indonesian Coffee

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE — Dimitra Incorporated, a global Agtech company, is on a mission to make its Dimitra Connected Coffee platform the leading provider of digitization for coffee production in the developing world. As part of this journey, Dimitra is already working with Solok Radjo Cooperative, a Coffee Cooperative of 3,300 coffee farmers based in West Sumatra, Indonesia.

Solok Radjo and Dimitra have signed an agreement to develop a solution to accelerate the growth and profitability of Solok’s coffee to premium export markets. Demand for traceability and provenance in today’s coffee industry requires that the solution manages all areas of the extended supply chain — farming, harvesting, collection, processing, batching, and exporting.

In line with Dimitra’s drive to facilitate and educate smallholder farmers, we have signed an agreement with Andalas University, a public research university in Padang, West Sumatra. Andalas is one of the major public institutions of higher learning in Indonesia, and the oldest outside the Island of Java.

Solok Radjo’s sustainability strategy has seen them team up with Andalas University to develop an integrated Carbon Soil Assessment Program to review the current soil health and monitor the ongoing regenerative practices with a digital platform. Dimitra is working with students, lecturers, and Professors to collaboratively digitize the user experience and continually improve the platform to create an industry-leading service.

By leveraging the power of Dimitra’s Connected Coffee application and dashboard, vital information is collected and added to the Dimitra blockchain to provide immutable records of soil test results collection, correlated satellite imagery, and plant and tree coverage in the Solok Rajo farms.

Dimitra brings a simple-to-use platform to this collaboration between the University, the farmers, and cooperative management. The technology’s powerful back-end Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial intelligence (AI) systems pull insights from tracked activities in the field, soil sample traits, weather events, satellite imagery buying station statistics, and plantation yields.

Solok Radjo Cooperative is a progressive social farming enterprise using environmentally friendly farm practices to nurture the land under crop. The cooperative motivates farmers to optimize the yields of their land. In particular, farmers should be able to benefit from coffee farming while the cooperative processes and markets the coffee fruits. In addition, cattle are included in the ecosystem for human protein, sold to domestic markets for diversified income, and the manure is used on the plantations to boost soil health. Solok Radjo has 3300 farmers within the cooperative network and is looking to double its farmers in the next two years.

Dimitra’s Indonesia Country Partner, Ricky Tanudibrata, said, “This project opens opportunities to students to experience coffee farming, to get involved in the coffee supply chain that is based on data. This is an eye opener for them about the future in farming, which for many reasons, has been demotivating. With this cooperation, they will understand that their capabilities are very much needed to build a sustainable coffee ecosystem. With the students’ collaboration, we can build a vibrant farming community that is based on data that gives everyone access to technology, to finance, to a market that is responsible and sustainable.”

‘Partnering with Dimitra is important for Solok Radjo to realize an integrated, data-based, sustainable coffee enterprise. We are greatly looking forward to working with Dimitra’s Connected Farmer platform to provide a more structured approach to our production and to allow us to meet the requirements of our export partners while helping the environment and ultimately the lives of our cooperative community,” said Head of Solok Radjo project, Alfadriansyah (Adi).

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Discussing the Utility of the Dimitra Token

Let’s talk about the utility of the #DMTR token! There are so many facets of utility within the way that we have designed the platform. Check out this short clip to learn more!


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Ocean Protocol and Dimitra launched Phase 2 of the Data Challenge

Ocean Protocol, the Web3 blockchain platform that aims to unlock data services for business innovation and AI, recently launched the second phase of the Data Challenge it started in collaboration with Dimitra. This is an initiative whose goal is to gather data-driven insights, and encourage algorithm building in order to solve problems and challenges in the field of agriculture.

The partners have gathered up a major prize pool consisting of $10,000, where $4,000 will be granted to whoever wins 1st place; $3,000 for 2nd place, $2,000 for the 3rd place, and $1000 will be used as a Community Award.

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Ocean Protocol, the Web3 blockchain platform that aims to unlock data services for business innovation and AI, recently launched the second phase of the Data Challenge it started in collaboration with Dimitra. This is an initiative whose goal is to gather data-driven insights, and encourage algorithm building in order to solve problems and challenges in the field of agriculture.

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What is Ocean x Dimitra Data Challenge about?

In its recent Twitter announcement, Ocean Protocol explained how the whole event is imagined, noting that participants will be presented with a dataset containing the crop yield data for soybeans in the 46 districts of Madhya Pradesh state, India. In addition to that, they will also receive the MODIS satellite data regarding normalized difference vegetation. Evapotranspiration, leaf area, land surface temperature, and rainfall.

The challenge for participants is to study the data, rank various factors that are affecting yields, and then use that knowledge to create a simple model that would be able to predict yields based on the features. In addition, competitors will also have to identify and explain the trends in the yield data that have emerged in a 10-year period.

The rewards, as listed earlier, will be paid in OCEAN and DMTR tokens. The deadline for entry submissions is September 30th of this year, at midnight UTC, so there is still around 10 days for participants to join the contest.

The Phase 2 datasets are already live on the Ocean Market, and users can find all the bounty details, as well as the application form itself on the project’s Questbook page. Other than that, they are expected to perform the graphical methods outlined in the challenge description in order to be considered eligible for entering the contest.

Users are, however, free to augment the challenge datasets with any open-source real-data dataset that they choose. They will also get an incentive in the form of bonus points if they publish the referenced data on the Ocean Market.

What is the partners’ goal?

All of this was designed for a fairly simple reason — the same reason why Dimitra and Ocean joined up. That goal is to combine Ocean’s Web3 data sharing and monetization capabilities with Dimitra’s agricultural software. In doing so, the partners wish to drive the next gen of agricultural solutions by using data and accelerating Web3 adoption.

Right now, the global agriculture industry is seeing great changes, and there is need for data-driven productivity improvements, according to Bruce Pon, the founder of Ocean.

The data challenge will put all the tools in place to build relevant context around farming data, create models for improving outcomes, and lastly, influence the direction of the agriculture sector for the better.

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Dimitra is featured as the cover story for American Dairymen’s October issue!

Dimitra: Data-Driven Cattle Management.

 By Maura Keller.

 Technological advancement can play a significant role in catapulting industries to the next level and the agricultural industry is no exception. Just ask Jon Trask, CEO and founder of Dimitra, a global agtech company that helps farmers worldwide. Trask and his team believe that every farmer should benefit from simple, beautiful, and useful technology regardless of economic standing. To accomplish this, “Dimitra’s ecosystem platforms incorporate artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain technology, mobile technology,  IoT devices, satellite and drone imagery, genomics, and advanced farming research,” Trask says.

Specifically, Dimitra’s data-driven precision agriculture helps farmers increase yield, reduce cost, and mitigate risk.  “Once a farmer learns to use our platform, Dimitra’s technologies provide them with actionable data and insights, enriching their economy through increased milk production, increased crop yields and healthier livestock. We focus on helping farmers, associations, ministries & governments by providing data-based and investment considerations as recommendations to help them make their business decisions.”

Dimitra, an AgTech startup company has produced two platforms, Dimitra Livestock Guru and Dimitra Connected Farmer, which support farmers and allow them to record their farming activities, create and receive detailed dashboard reports on analytics on their specific farms.

Dimitra Livestock Guru
Dimitra has been working for two years on its Dimitra Livestock Guru Platform with government research labs focused on cattle management, to provide a full suite of features:
• livestock records and performance management,
• satellite based pasture analysis and management,
• livestock genetics management,
• intelligent feed management,
• animal health records,
• pharmaceutical and vaccine management,
• livestock performance and
• advanced dairy management module – coming in Q4 22
This fall, Dimitra is releasing a cloud-based version of the application targeted at Dairy and Beef Industries globally. Initially available on the web, Dimitra Livestock Guru is available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese (BRA), Hindi and Marathi with more languages to be added in the near future.

Pasture Management
The platform starts with setting up your farm or ranch and creating geofences to enable Dimitra’s system to begin satellite analysis of the farmers’ various pastures. Successful pasture management is critical to farmers and ranchers, Dimitra’s satellite analysis tool provides various reports such as pasture health index, nutrient index, moisture index, time series evaluations, water stress index, and soil organic carbon measurements. These reports can help evaluate the health of pastures and provide historical records over time.

Genetics and Breeding
The platform also tracks animal parentage using performance traits and DNA information because progeny impacts an animal’s worth. “Determining parentage and recessive carrier status is one of the benefits of genomics research, which is underutilized in many areas of the world,” Trask says. “In addition, the system is improving reproductive selection within herds to achieve higher quality and healthier livestock products.” Dimitra is providing simple, actionable methods to track animal parentage by increasing the value of each animal in the market.

The Dimitra platform is currently focused on cattle but is expanding to include new features and supported animals such as poultry, goats and sheep, swine, and horses to the system in future versions.

Connecting Our Data
“Dimitra Livestock Guru was developed as some of our customers saw a need to connect all of the factors associated with cattle and dairy performance in one platform,” Trask says. “There are so many tools available in the marketplace which aid a farmer but in today’s data-driven world, it is important to be able to compare genetic, performance, feed, health, drug and vaccine, with lifecycle records. Applying machine learning helps unveil relationships between these factors and take cattle management to the next level.”

In fact, by giving farmers an opportunity to understand the factors that affect an animal’s performance and how to manage their livestock better, it reduces cost, reduces negative environmental impact, and directly increases income.

How It Works
The Dimitra Livestock Guru application has many functionalities, with a few being traceability, anti-cattle rustling, feed management, genetics and dairy. Starting with animal registration including identifying sire and dam, the platform then captures lifecycle information including health data and performance data.

According to Trask, with respect to breeding and genetics, the company then helps a farmer look at performance-related hereditary traits to make breeding decisions that promotes further development of these traits in their herd

“We supplement this data with artificial insemination management traceability,” he says.

The Dimitra team recognizes that genetics is only one facet of managing a herd of cattle. They also evaluate how a farmer manages feed. “Creating rations that meet a farmer’s specific goals while meeting their cost management goals is important,” Trask says. “This allows us to compare feed and its impact on performance as well as its relationship to genetics.”

Lastly, Dimitra is adding an advanced dairy management module that connects milk production to other performance characteristics. This module also links to collection, quality management, and further down into the dairy supply chain.  

Dimitra understands that great livestock management, including genetic mapping, reduces disease risk and improves productive and reproductive rates. That’s why the company feels it is vital to provide farmers and livestock breeders with actionable data to help enhance performance and efficiency, leading to increased livestock sector profitability.

As Trask explains, statistical analysis of the data gleaned from both fields can inform economic breeding indexes (EBIs), which assess the probability of an animal passing on a single trait. In addition, effective analysis, supported by technology, can provide reliable measurements of additional factors, such as Expected Progeny Differences (EPD) and Expected Breeding Value (EBV).

“Initially, with the platform we need to collect information, animal history, feed information and other important data,” Trask says. “Once collected, we can start making recommendations for a rancher or farmer to consider. Our objective is to enable farmers with more information and to help them make better decisions.”

Embracing Key Indicators
Dimitra works hard to partner with producers to help them understand the essential role data plays in the success of their operations. Quite simply, by collecting data records, farmers build a body of (meat and/or meat) performance and health records for each animal, identify trends in the herd, and predict issues to help make informed breeding decisions.

“Enhancing a farmer’s understanding of the factors that affect an animal’s performance and how to manage their livestock better. It reduces cost and negative environmental impact and directly increases income,” Trask says.  That is where Dimitra comes in.

The Dimitra Livestock Guru platform immediately impacts feed management and value through animal observation, track and trace, and health management.

“Data-driven insights provided by our platform shed light on problems and irregularities and provide timely alerts to farmers on how to respond to identified problems,” Trask says. “Farmers directly input their data all in one place on the Dimitra app, which is collected and analyzed to provide farmers with actionable data to make smarter and more sustainable decisions about their farming practices.”

Customers have revealed that Dimitra Livestock Guru has provided everything from helping solve traceability issues to increase value at export, to balancing feed formulations to maximize milk solids and fats and get the best dollars for a farmer products, to helping manage issues with cattle rustling and identification in Africa and other parts of the world, as well as identifying early warning signs of disease with sensors, reducing environmental impact and more.

“The list of benefits is long,” Trask says. “Particularly over the years, genetic planning can help strengthen the herds’ health, resilience and performance.”

So, what role will technology like the Dimitra Livestock Guru play in the future of farming? Trask stresses that technology will continue to allow farms to be more profitable, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly. Through applications like Dimitra Livestock Guru, they can apply machine learning and blockchain, with private and anonymized data from millions of head of cattle as an input to performance analysis and digitally providing recommendations to farmers globally.

“Technology is revolutionizing farming and as we expand our use of mobile technology, sensors, satellite and machine learning we will create further value and data insights for farmers,” Trask says. “If farmers can increase their yields, reduce their costs and mitigate risks, they could have a considerable influence and impact on climate change, reducing world hunger, improving food safety and security, alleviating poverty, reducing desertification and soil erosion and reducing deforestation.”

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External Impacts on the Global Coffee Industry

Coffee is one of the most widely-consumed beverages in the world today. Every minute, more than 2 million cups of coffee are enjoyed worldwide. And yet, it’s the 25 million smallholder farmers that account for over 80% of global coffee production, who operate on up to 2 to 5 hectares of land in regions along the equator.

Farming in rural locations with limited access to socioeconomic trends, coffee growers often receive about 2% of the revenue from every cup of coffee sold. According to a study by the World Economic Forum, for every standard $3.00 cup of coffee purchased, original farmers receive only $0.07. Nearly 75% of the cost goes to the retailer, with the remaining cost going back to the roasters, distributors, and exporters.

There are many social, economic, and environmental challenges coffee farmers face today, despite the world’s love for this caffeinated beverage. Read on to learn what the future of coffee farming looks like.

Economics of Coffee Farming

No matter where you live, your favorite cup of coffee wouldn’t be possible without the farmer — or the international coffee supply trade. Fortunately, smallholder farms have some opportunities to make more profit.

First, increasing the yield of coffee cherries will sell more on the market. Next, switching to higher-quality coffee varieties ensures a better profit margin, as there are five quality grades, and those ranking 0–1 can be sold at premium rates. Lastly, getting a coffee certification, such as organic or fair trade, as higher-paying buyers seek these out.

Many coffee farmers worldwide don’t have access to the resources to make these upgrades, and certification processes can vary from country to country.

Social Impacts Affect the Supply Chain

Unstable prices of coffee and a lack of access to basic technology puts farmers at risk of losing money. Farmers are affected by social issues such as poverty, crime, food insecurity, health complications, theft, and unfavorable working conditions. These are issues that directly impact the coffee supply chain, of which farmers are the least integrated aspect.

Some farmers benefit from local cooperatives: organized groups that share resources, training, and sales opportunities among collective farmers in the area. Co-ops help coffee growers access the necessary tools, technology, buyers, and education. These cooperatives also help coffee farmers with their distribution, financing, and crop planning.

Environmental Concerns of Global Coffee Demand

Coffee farming takes a toll on the environment, especially as farmers adapt growing and harvesting methods to suit volatile demands. Farming processes become unsustainable and continue to lend part to deforestation. For example, the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers threatens the local water supply due to contaminated runoff.

While coffee farming is a contributing factor to environmental impact, it also suffers from pressing issues such as climate change. When there are dry months during the expected wet season, coffee plantations suffer from delayed production and significant stress rushes farmers to outsource solutions.

Comprehensive Agtech: Empowering Coffee Farmers Worldwide

Smallholder coffee farmers are masters of cultivating coffee cherries year after year — many of them revered among generational family legacy. But overcoming the complexities of climate change, adjusting to unexpected market shifts, and optimizing their place in an inadequate supply chain is not an easy option for many coffee growers.

To give farmers the logistical support they need, one agricultural technology (Agtech) company developed affordable systems to help coffee farmers.

the image is showing five points on how the Dimitra Connected Coffee Platform. Showing a background with a hand picking coffee beans.

With Dimitra’s Connected Coffee Platform, coffee farmers from anywhere in the world can:

  • Manage plantations and seedlings
  • Digitally manage quality control of their soil, crops, harvest, and storage
  • Access a broader network of buyers and sellers, empowering informed trade decisions
  • Keep records of orders and transactions
  • Manage sales reports and analytics

The Connected Coffee Platform enables coffee growers, processors, and traders to meet quality and reporting requirements while collecting critical data to improve their farming and processing operations. Farmers can seamlessly access all data essential to their operations with real-time traceability. This puts the power of choice and trust in the farmer’s hands, equipping them to increase production, mitigate risk, and reap greater profits.

To learn more about the Dimitra Connected Coffee Platform and other technology programs helping small-scale farmers thrive, visit www.dimitra.io.


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Maize and Fall Armyworm Casestudy

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Ocean Protocol and Dimitra announce Data Challenge Ideation Phase

We present the winners of the Ocean x Dimitra Data Challenge Ideation Phase!

Out of a prize pool of $5000, the rewards distributed in this phase are: 1st place $1,500, 2nd place: $1,000, 3rd place: $500, Community Award: $1,000, and 5 honorable mentions: $500

Dive in: https://twitter.com/oceanprotocol/status/1564191375721398272

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Dimitra releases new satellite reports to improve farming performance

Dimitra Incorporated, a global Agtech company on a mission to make its technology available to small farmers globally, has developed and released five satellite reports that are included within the basic Connected Farmer platform. Each report plays a pivotal role in providing farmers with actionable data to increase yield, reduce expenses and mitigate risk.

Dimitra has been developing its technology aimed at helping farmers make better decisions to improve productivity, reduce environmental impact, store more carbon, and reduce fresh water usage while significantly increasing output.

One technology that Dimitra is using is satellite to allow for analysis and year-over-year comparisons. In the past year, we have established over 20 different reports that we provide to farmers. When a Dimitra farmer registers for the Connected Farmer app, they receive a core set of five satellite reports to get them started on using satellite for performance analysis.

Dimitra uses current and past data from some of the most advanced and reliable satellites, mainly Sentinel 1 and 2 from the European Space Agency, to perform various types of analyses on farms, forests, soils, and vegetation in general.

Dimitra’s five basic satellite reports, described below, help farmers (farming anywhere in the world) detect the precise regions of their farms where they need to take action, such as applying fertilizers, performing irrigation at key stages of the season, spraying pesticides and herbicides and others depending on the results of the analyses. This helps farmers minimize their costs in labor and inputs as they only need to act on the precise regions where these actions are necessary.

Crop Health Index (NDVI – Normalized Difference Vegetation Index)

– describes the difference between visible and near-infrared reflectance of vegetation cover. This report estimates the density of green on an area of land, which is proportional to the biomass and chlorophyll content, representing the crops’ health.

Early Crop Health Index (MSAVI – Modified Soil Adjusted Vegetation Index)

– is designed to mitigate soil effects on crop monitoring results. Since MSAVI is adjusted to soil effects and is sensitive to early vegetation in the field, it works even when the earth is hardly covered with crops.

Mature Crop Health Index (NDRE – Normalized difference red edge index)

– measures the amount of chlorophyll in the plants. The NDRE is a mid-to-late growing season report we run when the plants are mature and ready to be harvested. At this point, other indices would be less effective to use. NDRE should be used to monitor crops that have reached the maturity stage.

Crop Moisture Index (LSWI – Land Surface Water Index)

– detects moisture levels in vegetation using a combination of near-infrared (NIR) and short-wave infrared (SWIR) spectral bands. The LSWI is a reliable indicator of water stress in crops.

Crop Nutrient Index (RECI – Red-Edge Chlorophyll Index)

– is responsive to chlorophyll content in leaves that is nourished by nitrogen and shows the photosynthetic activity of the canopy cover. RECI shows the photosynthetic activity of the canopy cover. Because chlorophyll content directly depends on nitrogen level in plants, responsible for their “greenness,” this vegetation index in remote sensing helps detect areas with yellow or shed foliage.

If you’d like to know more about these reports and other machine learning and artificial intelligence opportunities at Dimitra, contact us at info@dimitra.io.

Jon Trask
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Dimitra Connected Coffee

Dimitra’s Connected Coffee Platform provides end-to-end supply chain traceability, product quality management, agronomic performance management, cherry and bean processing, and purchase order and warehouse management functionality to all stakeholders in the Global Coffee Value Chain. This enables growers and cooperatives to meet reporting requirements while collecting critical data to improve their farming and processing operations. Dimitra Connected Coffee differs from other solutions because it provides enterprise access control with specific role permissions for users such as grower, buying station, dry milling, warehouse, export and roaster.

Functionality embedded in Dimitra Connected Farmer allows for data collection through the growing cycle and is enabled with advice on best practices derived through agronomic research and supplemented with artificial intelligence, producing recommendations to increase yield, reduce cost and mitigate risk. Partnerships with several Universities and a large team of in-house Agronomists can work with your agronomy team to deliver tuned advice to the farmers right on their mobile phone.

Each farm or cooperative also receives valuable satellite data reports and can take advantage of our drone imagery and spraying capabilities. Dimitra Connected Coffee provides for lot level traceability from the beginning of the process through delivery to the Roaster. This is supplemented with certification support for Organic, Fair Trade and other valuable certifications. We are currently testing methods to help farms and cooperatives measure carbon and submit for potential valuable Carbon Credits if supported in their regions. Our clients use Dimitra Connected Coffee to ensure that they are delivering the best quality while complying with best practices and regulations, allowing them to focus on the bigger picture and tell the story behind their brand. Are you interested in learning more about how this can benefit your operation? Reach out to us today. https://dimitra.io/

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