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NASA and Agriculture Video
Feeding a Hungry World The farmers responsible for the food that reaches your plate need a lot of a very precious and limited resource, water. NASA works with farmers like Dwane Roth of Kansas to help them track their water use. Roth says that farmers like him are seeing more frequent, hotter days with less rain. “We need to grow more with less and get as much out of each drop of water we can,” he says. NASA helps to promote the use of Earth observations to strengthen food security. One solution is OpenET, a system that puts near-real-time water data into the hands of farmers in the United States. ||
Landsat satellites have been gathering data for 48 years, equipping scientists and farmers to answer big questions about how to improve agriculture around the world. From tracking crop production, assessing crop health, and monitoring water use, Landsat data provides tangible benefits to the USA and the world. Landsat satellites are built and lauched by NASA, and operated by USGS. Complete transcript available.Music: "Lines of Enquiry" by Theo Golding [PRS], published by Atmosphere Music [PRS]Watch this video on the NASA Goddard YouTube channel. ||