[On-Site Report] This episode shows how combining IoT technology with circular farming practices such as using chicken manure to heat greenhouses is proving to be just as good for farmers as it is the environment.
[In Depth: Turkey's Rate Cutting Turmoil] People in Turkey are struggling with skyrocketing prices for everyday items as the value of the country's currency nosedives. We examine what's happening and the motives of the man who's behind the turmoil.
[Global Trends: Imperfect Produce Trends Takes Shape] Major retailers in Japan are trying to cut back on the waste and work that goes into making perfect produce. We look at the benefits of selling items that sacrifice appearance without skimping on taste.
Sensors and cameras allow farmers to check on and adjust greenhouse conditions remotely
Water containing fish droppings is used to fertilize lettuce and is then sent back to the fish tanks it came from
Imperfect fruits and vegetables are becoming popular items among consumers
Selling apples that do not have to be perfectly colored helps reduce the labor burden on farmers