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NASA Harvest is a new, multidisciplinary Consortium commissioned by NASA and led by the University of Maryland to enhance the use of satellite data in decision making related to food security and agriculture domestically and globally.

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Pixel-level frequency of low-intensity tillage, estimated as the number of times each pixel was classified as such divided by the total number of times that pixel was flagged as soybean in CDL

Stanford partners publish report on US tillage practices

Dec 7, 2018

Harvest partners Dr. David Lobell and George Azzari, from Stanford's Department of Earth System Science, Center on Food Security and the Environment,… Read more

Tanzania drone work

Sharing Drones for Agriculture experiences at UNWDF 2018

Nov 30, 2018

In the last 7 months, WeRobotics, Tanzania Flying Labs and Agrinfo have been gathering field data in rural Tanzania for the NASA Harvest Consortium’s “Pre-Harvest loss for smallholder farmers”… Read more

Inbal Becker-Reshef presents on Harvest Consortium at Global Grains Geneva

Harvest leadership presents on importance of satellite data for agriculture at Global Grains and AMIS events

Nov 26, 2018

Three NASA Harvest representatives - Dr. Chris Justice (Harvest Chief Scientist), Brian Barker (Crop Monitor for AMIS Coordinator), and Dr. Inbal Becker-Reshef (Harvest Program Director) - … Read more