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Farmers Edge and National Sorghum Producers Join Forces to Empower Growers for Climate-Smart Commodities Grant

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30 May 2024, US: Farmers Edge™, a pure-play digital ag company, and the National Sorghum Producers (NSP) are excited to announce a new strategic partnership aimed at enhancing sustainable farming practices for sorghum growers. This strategic partnership will support growers participating in NSP’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities (PCSC) grant program funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Together, Farmers Edge and NSP will help growers seamlessly integrate advanced technology solutions for capturing essential on-farm data, including Carbon Intensity (CI) scoring, thus contributing to broader environmental goals.

Using FarmCommand®, Farmers Edge’s end-to-end platform, growers can make more informed management decisions, monitor and improve their CI scores, and easily work with NSP to extract and export data verifying their environmental impact. With this data, growers have an opportunity to monetize their sustainability initiatives, solidifying sorghum as a climate-smart commodity and supporting their farms’ long-term financial viability.

“We’re proud to partner with the National Sorghum Producers,” said Vibhore Arora, CEO of Farmers Edge. “Through our customized technology solutions, we’re committed to supporting NSP in simplifying sustainability reporting and assisting their growers in accessing new revenue streams for climate-smart farming practices.”

“We are excited to collaborate with Farmers Edge to bring innovative solutions to sorghum farmers,” NSP PCSC program Managing Director Matt Durler said. “This partnership underscores NSP’s commitment to driving sustainable agriculture forward and ensuring our growers have the resources they need to thrive in a rapidly changing environment.”

Through this partnership, NSP is focused on increasing value for their members. Selecting Farmers Edge as a technology partner supports a pivotal data collection process for the climate-smart commodities-funded project, creating a pathway for all practices to be quantified, tracked, and monetized and enables broader farmer participation in climate-smart inset programs moving forward.

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