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Satellite monitoring to cut Japan's reliance on USDA farm data

Tokyo plans own system for predicting global harvests vital to its food supply

Japan intends to use data from satellites to forecast crop production worldwide.   © NASA/Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan intends to produce its own forecasts of global farm production based on satellite observations, seeking to reduce reliance on agricultural data gathered by the U.S.

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