New Agriculture Technology in Modern Farming

Author
M. Manida, M. K. Ganeshan
Keywords
Organic Farming; Climate Change; Sustainability; Agribusiness; Economy
Abstract
Progressions in the field of science and innovation alongside worldwide urbanization are the main considerations driving the course and advancement of horticultural examination. Ascend in per capita pay in non-industrial countries, word-related changes, and worldwide linkages have changed the food inclinations. These patterns together with the augmentation in the general population represent an assessment to horticulture for creating more and healthier food. An increase in the efficiency of horticulture by utilizing strategies of traditional agribusiness is representing a limit. The threat to the environment posed by reliance on synthetic manures and pesticides for increasing efficiency and irritation across the board is a major factor impacting global food production. These trends suggest that new farming innovations are urgently needed and that these innovations should be integrated into traditional agribusiness. Vertical cultivating and natural cultivating are the exploration territories to battle these requirements. Vertical cultivating utilizes vertical stacking of the ranches and little land can be used for more creation. This strategy is appropriate for the quickly developing worldwide metropolitan population can be met food supply from inside the urban communities and along these lines decreasing the transportation cost and climate weakening brought about by energizes all the while. Natural cultivating again depends on of minimization of the synthetic contributions to the horticulture and henceforth is climate cordial. As a result, these processes can be employed to increase production and profitability in order to meet the growing food demand.
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Received : 02 June 2021
Accepted : 06 September 2021
Published : 15 September 2021
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v8.i3.2021.83016

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