A database design to find new organic produce using latitudes and soil orders


Ryoichi Komiya* and Katsuaki Takahashi

Organic agriculture has had a long history especially after the establishment of International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movement (IFOAM, 1972). However, the organic land share is still 1.5% in the world. This article proposes a database design to find new organic produce according to latitudes and soil orders. As a result, we have completed the practical database which could be used by any organic producers around the world to find new produce in their farms.

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