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An app that allows farmers to rent tractors could revolutionize agriculture in Africa. Here’s how

The Hello Tractor app is providing farmers with access to tractors to help increase their food production. Image: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Douglas Broom

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this is one of the tractors supplied through the Internet of Things-based app
Hello Tractor is an app which connects tractor owners with farmers who need their services. Image: Hello Tractor
Jehiel Oliver of Hello Tractor meeting Barack Obama in 2018
Presidential seal of approval: Jehiel Oliver of Hello Tractor meets Barack Obama in 2018. Image: Hello Tractor
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