Technology has completely immersed in our lives and is widespread across industries...
Technology has completely immersed in our lives and is widespread across industries. Agriculture is one such industry where ways and means are primitive, with the combination of technology; a whole new industry has emerged. Tech-enabled agriculture is gaining pace, with startups changing the way agriculture worked with a range of products and services from farm inputs, real-time education to farmers, B2C, medical exploration, end to end technology solutions to name a few.
It has been observed that ZBNF has resulted in higher yields for farmers who have practiced this technique. Under this practice, a 136% higher yield has been observed in groundnuts. A farmer had reported an increase in yield from 3 quintals to 5 quintals of a red gram when he shifted to ZBNF from non-ZBNF farming.
Hemp is an easily renewable resource that can be converted into over 50,000 products. Restoring hemp to nature can power jobs and businesses in real estate, farming, fashion, medicine, building materials, recreation, and other fields. Hemp is known as the new trillion-dollar crop which can be refined into a variety of commercial items, including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed.
Smart agriculture can be defined as performing agriculture activities using advanced technologies like hybrid seeds, precision farming, artificial intelligence, geo-tagging, satellite monitoring, mobile apps, and farm management software at every stage in the agriculture process to increase productivity and farm incomes.