How To Start E-agriculture and Agricultural Development

E-agriculture and Agricultural Development

Science and Technology Education:

The contribution of information and technology science and technology to human society. E-agriculture is a system in which information technology is used to disseminate information about agriculture in different parts of the world. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization has taken steps to promote e-agriculture. Steps have been taken to promote e-agriculture. E-commerce makes it easy and timely for people involved in agriculture and farming. Now, through information technology, farmers can get all the information about agriculture. With a smartphone, farmers can get home-based information on the quality of their land, state-of-the-art agricultural know-how, climate, crop protection, financial support, insurance, and more.

Steps taken for farmers:

“Once the news reaches the farmers, the harvest will not be interrupted or the farmers will lose their resources.” Farmers will not commit suicide if they have the knowledge to protect crops from adverse weather conditions. The proper use of water, fertilizer and pesticides is part of this e-agriculture. The Prime Minister has taken steps to open a number of e-temples so that farmers can sell their produce at a convenient and affordable price. In Kenya, elephant herds can be used to prevent crop damage through information technology.

Advanced agricultural methods at home and abroad:

With e-agriculture, advanced agricultural practices at home and abroad are reaching out to farmers abroad. As a result, farmers can easily apply those techniques to their land. Remote sensing, GIS methods can be adopted through e-agriculture.

Various stakeholders in agriculture:

The various stakeholders in agriculture are land, farmers, government and non-government organizations that supply agricultural implements, harvested crops, markets, food processing systems, khauti and the general public. The chain that is created for the overall performance of all these partners is called the agricultural value chain. E-agriculture can benefit every participant in the chain. Therefore, with the improvement of agriculture, the development of farmers will be possible. Farmers are getting more and more information on what crops can be used to grow their crops. Although the above farming information is now available, it is not possible to reach farmers and other stakeholders in a timely manner due to lack of proper technical knowledge. So there are no promising results in the chain.

Lack of education hampers e-agriculture:

In our state, the average production per hectare is lower than the national average. In the current context, the lack of education may hamper the functioning of e-agriculture, but the problem can be solved by taking appropriate steps. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals. “If the state Department of Agriculture and the Department of Soil Conservation take steps to improve agriculture through e-agriculture in our state, farmers will also benefit.” The government needs to organize a wide range of workshops and awareness programs to educate and sensitize farmers.

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