The Tekisaku website aims to help Japanese farmers predict the unit prices and shipping costs for field-grown vegetables at the time of harvest. A service is also provided to estimate the probability of successfully raising a specific type of crop in a given region based on historical weather data. Currently, Tekisaku works with about 20 varieties of vegetables including cabbages, Chinese cabbages, radishes, onions, spinach, lettuce, carrots, and potatoes.
Documentation is provided exclusively in Japanese.
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