This “smart plantation” project has aimed to help tea producers in Galicia to better manage their plantations without altering traditional tea-growing practices, and to present real-time environmental data of the plantations.
Tea growth density is low, cost is high and growth is uneven, making it difficult to harvest tea. That is why teas are usually small harvests and their values are not reflected in the market.
Thanks to Collyra: smart places & things, producers have been able to collect real-time data on factors that can affect tea quality during cultivation and production processes, including temperature, humidity, CO2, O2, PM and exposure to light. This information is sent to the internet for end customers to view on a web page.
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