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How AgTech Is Enhancing The Agriculture Sector

Enterprise Technology Review | Tuesday, May 04, 2021

FREMONT, CA: The increasing trend of digital tools and advanced information are the two key factors that are guiding the modern agriculture. The partnership among the farmers and researchers across the public and the private sectors is also playing equal roles to enhance modern agriculture. 

The new tillage and harvesting equipment, followed by new methods of irrigation and air seeding technology is leading to better yields and superior quality of food and fiber. 

Smartphone: Mobile technology has played an essential role in not only controlling but also observing the crop irrigation systems. By implying modern technology, farmers can easily manage their irrigation systems from their phones or computers without driving to the field every day. The moisture sensors that are installed in the ground can communicate information about the level of moisture that is there in the soil at various depths.

Ultrasound: Besides keeping a check on the baby animals in the womb, ultrasound can be also be used for discovering the quality of meat that is available in an animal before it is sent to the marketplace. The examination of DNA helps the producers to recognize the number of animals that has excellent pedigrees along with other desirable qualities. The technology can also be used for assisting the farmers in enhancing the quality of their herds.

Mobile Technology and Camera: Some many farmers and ranchers use various applications so that they can keep tabs on the employees and also install cameras within the farms. Managers at livestock are setting up their barn feedlots and pastures with cameras so that they can get the images from wherever they are, such as at home or office.

Crop Sensors: The perfect farmers can efficiently apply fertilizers is by the usage of crop sensor technology that also maximizes the uptakes. The technique can sense the condition of the crop and reduce the potential oozing and running off into the groundwater. Instead of making a prescription fertilizer map for the field, it is better to use crop sensors and permit it to direct the uses of the fertilizer in real-time.  

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