Organic Grape Vitamin E Nutrition and Agricultural Big Data Information Management
Grapes are rich in amino acids of vitamin E. The reducing sugar content in the meat is 13mg / g, the vitamin E content in the flesh is 2.14mg / g, and the vitamin E content in the peel is 1.27mg / g. Among them, there are 6 kinds of saturated fatty acids, which together account for 14.9% of the total; linoleic acid is the main component of the five unsaturated fatty acids. This article analyzes the organic grape vitamin E nutrition and agricultural big data information management. So far, big data has been successfully used in many industries such as the communications industry, medical industry, and energy industry. Combining big data with agriculture and applying advanced technical analysis to agricultural production management and other activities will surely have a strong driving role in the agricultural field and related industries. Collecting and analyzing agricultural big data, extracting valuable information from it, and making scientific predictions will provide powerful guidance for agricultural production management, agricultural-related enterprise development, and government policy formulation. However, in the initial stage of agricultural big data development, there are problems of one-sided understanding, lack of technology, and hidden dangers of data security. Therefore, in order to solve the problems existing in the application of agricultural big data, it is urgent to actively seek solutions.