Technological advances are crucial for the future of agriculture, while farmers seek to feed the world with limited natural resources.
It is estimated that 570 000 000 farms in the world and, in net terms of cumulative effect, in accordance with valuable consultants, the cycles of financing technological innovation in the agricultural and food chain have also increased by about $570 000 000 in 2014.
Despite the fact that a large proportion of these investments are directed at the launch of AG Technology and a disturbing market, in many respects, priorities remain the same as always-innovation in the use of resources, particularly with regard to Land and Water (also energy) to increase efficiency and incomes. These are five solutions that help to sustain the global growth of sustainable agriculture and food production ...
Data stored in the soil
For traditional agricultural models, perhaps the main determinant of productive capacity is simply the availability and adequacy of land. However, any idea of future potential should be based on current data so that data can be compared to tell the story of the region. This story is actually written on earth, in the soil.
The African Soil Information Service (AFIS) is developing maps of the digital soil of sub-Saharan Africa using new analysis, statistics, field tests and crowdsourcing. Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Isric World Information solo Afsis has established key partnerships with Governments in addition to a number of stakeholders and academic institutions, including the Terra Institute Columbia University.
Digital mapping of soil, especially in sparsely populated areas such as Africa, is crucial for planning sustainable agricultural intensification and natural resource management. These online maps are publicly available for learning in Google Earth when they are open.
Salad with your microchips?
Singapore relies to a large extent on imports of more than 90 percent of its fruits and vegetables. In this respect, the Japanese restaurant shop may be surprised at the discovery of your child's rocket, radish and spinach, not only at the local level, in the country's first licensed household, but also at the giant best-known electronics for Televisions are music.
The annual production capacity based on the ground in the original installation of music launched last year was 3.6 tonnes, but the company is by no means the only high-tech brand that creates urban and Vertical farms to show technology instead of profit.
The strawberries are growing in Dubai, while Sony, Toshiba and everyone is using the previous cleaning facilities for the Japanese salad in the semiconductor plants. These greens without washing, without soil, are grown into hydroponics and are grown more than twice as fast as normal field production through specialized lighting to optimize photosynthesis.
Green, rainbow-fed waste
Hydroponics, as indicated in the title, is a growing method based on the use of mineral-rich water resources, as Aquaponics is taking another step in collecting fish and planting agriculture in the Recycling system.
At the Bioaqua farm in Blackford, Somerset, the largest Akuaponik farm in Europe, vegetables are grown and a rainbow created in organic symbiosis, with no chemicals or pesticides, but with bees and worms.
Fish provides most of the food for vegetables through aquaculture waste water. In turn, the metabolites of fish residues are removed by nitrification and direct absorption of plants, when properly treated with water, and then returned to fish. In any event, it is argued that the virtuous circle of reciprocity requires up to 95 percent less water than traditional horticulture in agriculture.
In the case of sustainable food and agriculture, the principles of the Aquaponics ecosystem are also very scalable, from gardens to commercial facilities.
The efficiency of water supply in agriculture and food production, whether for traditional irrigation in rural areas, in arid areas or in urban farms, is a key indicator of global population growth and Climate change.
However, the scarcity of freshwater resources and the fact that 71 percent of the surface of the earth is covered by water, making the argument for desalination of water compelling. The historical obstacle is its energy character and its exorbitant cost of implementation in respect of the difference in agricultural income.
The innovative solution offered by the solar farms relies on one of the few renewable resources even more abundant than sea water-sunlight. The solar farms that grow farms feed energy to provide water desalination for hydroponics.
Unneeded freshwater, agricultural or fossil fuels, this potential changer for sustainable agriculture creates 300 jobs in port August, South Australia, with a 10-year contract to grow tomatoes for Cole's Supermarket.
Order of Side Wings
In the media, the drones were mainly associated with military and espionage, as well as with a non-regular stunt, advertising to deliver pizza.
The annual competition in the United Arab Emirates, the UAE drones for a good prize, recognizes that dark reputation and things change. The finalists for this year's competition began to benefit from unmanned aerial vehicles supporting the maintenance of medical supplies as well as agricultural assistance.
Penetration into the Munich quantum systems is a transitional aircraft combining the possibilities of a multi-helicopter and a fixed sample — a vertical takeoff, as well as a quick flight as an ordinary aeroplane. The quantum VRT design enables farmers to adopt accurate fertilization strategies by using accurate mission planning software to assess the conditions of cultivation, reduce fertilizer dependency, and increase incomes.
The Dubai plans to scale agricultural technologies are being used in an attempt to achieve a self-sufficient level of food security in 2030. From 98 per cent of imports, the emirate now exceeds Singapore.