THAILAND: Farms must employ technology to remain competitive, warns tangerine grower
According to executives at the Chiang Mai Golden Tangerine Farm Co , the only way for farmers to stay competitive in the global arena is to capitalise on the technological innovation around them. At one of Thailand's largest tangerine farms, computer-controlled systems have been established to grade quality in packaged output and control water levels. Meanwhile, a controlled-atmosphere warehouse capable of holding 2,000 tonnes of produce extends the longevity of the tangerines to increase flexibility.
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