The computer can not only choose potatoes, but also grow tea rice. AI will grow winter oolong tea champion.
Minshi University of Science and Technology of Hsinchu County used AI artificial intelligence technology to guide tea farmers to improve the growing environment and the production and baking process of tea. Unexpectedly, it unexpectedly won the first prize in the evaluation of oolong tea from the Nantou Lugu Farmers' Association this year, showing people that computers not only "can pick potatoes, but also plant tea for a while." in the future, they plan to further promote the technology.
The AI tea planting project was started by Lin Wen-can, dean of the School of artificial Intelligence at Minshi University of Science and Technology, when he served at Taichung University of Science and Technology. He led a group of master's degree students to Lugu Township in Nantou County to work with local tea farmers for a long time to use AI technology to monitor the growth environment of winter tea and the water and nutrients of tea trees during the growth period, so as to create the most suitable growth environment.
Lin Wen-can explains that weather is one of the key factors affecting the growth of tea trees, so they will use the instrument to automatically collect the weather conditions of the tea garden, and then carry out the back-end big data analysis according to AI, so as to control the conditions in the process of tea growth. Naturally cultivated tea is of course mellow and delicious, and it is even more consistent with tea farmers.
Principal Zeng Xinchao said that AI artificial intelligence technology can not only be used in the hottest future Gongchang or electric car development, manufacturing, and even catering can introduce AI technology, but from the perspective of AI planting first prize oolong tea, it can also be used in traditional agriculture or biotech industry, and will be further promoted in the future, even tutoring Hsinchu Oriental Beauty Tea, can also grow AI artificial intelligence champion tea.
It is not only the inflated tea bitten by insects, but also engraved with the four seasons tea in Beipu.
The two leaves of one heart are wrinkled and curled, and most tea farmers have a headache from diseases and insect pests, but the more serious the tea farmers in Hsinchu and Emei are, the happier they are, because this is the good news of "salivation." "salivation means saliva. In fact, the original meaning of the Hakka people should be 'smoking', because the bitten tea leaves will turn red, and the whole tea garden seems to be.
The first cup of black tea in spring, the flavor and history of tea gardens in Kenya, Africa
Since the Zhou Dynasty more than 3000 years ago, the relationship between Chinese people and tea has been inseparable. But you may never have thought that Kenya, as far away as the African continent, is the country that exports the most tea. The story of Kenyans and tea begins with two Englishmen a hundred years ago. The first Tea a hundred years ago the Tea Calendar of Kenya