At OASAL, mapping Cashew farms involves using geographic information systems (GIS) to create digital maps that show the location and boundaries of cashew farms. The process involves collecting data about the cashew farms, including their size, location, and any other relevant information, such as soil type, elevation, and proximity to water sources. This data is then entered into a GIS software program, which uses various algorithms and analytical tools to create a detailed map of the cashew farms.

The map can be used to identify patterns and trends in the distribution of cashew farms, as well as to track changes over time. It can also be used to identify areas of the farm that may be more or less productive, which can help farmers make informed decisions about where to plant new trees, apply fertilizers or pesticides, or invest in new equipment. Our tool is also used to monitor compliance with environmental and social regulations, and to identify areas where conservation efforts may be needed to protect wildlife habitats or prevent soil erosion. Overall, our tool helps in understanding the spatial dynamics of cashew farming and for making informed decisions about land use and resource management.