Green Henon Agricultural Technologies

Digitalized Agriculture Farming

Green Henon
Technologies

The purpose of our system is to help small holder farmers freely sell their products without any hustle and middle man interference. Our system helps farmers to get what they deserve.

Some of the benefit are:

  • Build accessible digital agricultural advisory service platforms that are used and trusted by a significant majority farmer, e.g. farmers in target geographies are served by our platform that improve their agricultural productivity and income.
  • Our platform solves the traceability issue that we currently face. A working traceability system is an asset to our farm because it can be used to settle customer complaints and questions about the product that was sold. If you direct market at farmers markets or other places where the buyers are anonymous, this system track what you took to market (where it came from and when it was harvested) and document what was sold (type of Vegetable, volume, date and location). Our system module solves this issue so that customer get the best products and consume healthy foods.
  • The other most important benefit of our system is to help farmers get a good price from the buyers. The farmers directly sell the products to our warehouse with the current price on the market.
  • And also, the other benefit is farmers use our warehouse as a storage so that they prevent post-harvest loss.

Why Farmers Need Digital Agriculture

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Market
Forecast

Agriculture
Tip Notification

Data Survey
Analysis

Exportable
Standard

Better Income
For Farmers

Product
Traceability

Some of Our Technological Solutions

Sequential farming

Sequential farming (growing one crop after another in the same year) and intercropping are types of multiple cropping and include numerous different systems. The sequential farming ensures the produced in quality, quantity, variety and on time delivery.

Usually involves an additional crop after the harvest of the main single rainy season crop. Potential residual effects in the reservoir of nutrients, weeds, or pests and diseases with implications for the succeeding crop or a crop requires a relatively long potential growing period. Typically includes legumes or oilseeds after paddy rice or rain fed cereals.

Supply Chain Management of Agricultural Commodities

The supply chain from farm to fork consists of multiple layers of intermediation, mostly without any qualitative value addition. This makes the chain inefficient, resulting into costlier food products to the consumers. It is high time to have a fresh look at the supply chain management with a view to improve marketing efficiency and enhance farmers‘ price realization without increasing price paid by the consumers.

Another significant contribution of Supply chain management is to remove information asymmetry among different layers of supply chain. If the farmer knows the price of farm produce being paid by a consumer and the consumer knows the price ruling at farm gate, nobody in the supply chain will be able to charge abnormal margin for his services. The chain will still continue, but the intermediaries will be forced to charge their mark up commensurate with their services only.

Traceability Systems for Agricultural Commodities

Traceability is the ability to maintain an unbroken record of a crop as it moves through the agricultural production and distribution system. This covers everything from the time a crop is planted in the field to the time it reaches the consumer.

Green Henon’s well-documented traceability system facilitates the withdrawal of contaminated produce, thereby enhancing public food safety, and helps farmers track down problems and limit the impact in the event of unwanted contamination or a new plant pest/disease outbreak.

Green Henon provides guidelines on local sustainable production of safe, healthy vegetables and fruits. It focuses on reducing the risk of chemical contamination at farm level.

Vertical farming

Vertical farming is the agricultural process in which crops are grown on top of each other, rather than in traditional, horizontal rows. Growing vertically allows for conservation in space, resulting in a higher crop yield per square foot of land used. Vertical farms are mainly located indoors, such as a warehouse, where they have the ability to control the environmental conditions for plants to succeed.

Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a type of horticulture and a subset of hydro culture which involves growing plants, usual crops, without soil, by using mineral nutrient solution in aqueous solvents

Precision agriculture

Precision agriculture is a management strategy that gathers, processes and analyzes temporal, spatial and individual data and combines it with other information to support management decisions according to estimated variability for improved resource use efficiency, productivity, quality and etc..

Vermicomposting

Vermicomposting is a type of composting in which certain species of earthworms are used to enhance the process of organic waste conversion and produce a better end-product. It is a mesophilic process utilizing microorganisms and earthworms. Earthworms feeds the organic waste materials and passes it through their digestive system and gives out in a granular form (cocoons) which is known as vermicompostlity, profitability and sustainability of agricultural production and on time delivery

Our Achievements

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8.4

№ of Farmers

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9

Tons Vegatables

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20

Units of Equipment

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6

Hectare Fields

Agriculture Technology Articles

Project approval and execution

Project approval and execution

Project approval and execution

Project approval and execution

Project approval and execution

Our first Green House Construction

Our first Green House Construction

Contacts

We're happy to provide answers to any questions you have, feel free to give us a call, send us an email

Bole Sub City, Woreda 02 Next To Alem Cinema
Yewubdar Bld 5th Floor
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

+251-116-686767

[email protected]

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