Sustainable Farming Solutions of the Future
In order to increase profits and feed a growing population, agriculture has increasingly turned to factory farming methods.Download Farm Plan
The world has a real challenge to feed nine billion people by 2050. The land area is getting less and less. This is the real problem after all. But the scientist are working hard to create the second green revolution. But to feed nine billion people by 2050 is everyone's problem.
Maximising Land AreaIntensive farming is an agricultural system that aims to get the maximum yield from the available land area.
Growth with PrecisionThe second important feature of farming solutions for the future include growth with precision.
High Yield CropsThere are more than 50% of the world's population who depend on rice as a staple crop.
Another important aspect of the future of agriculture include the replacing of fertiliser. Fertilisers will be improved to provide more nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus. These elements are essential for plants to build amino acids and cell walls. Scientists are now experimenting with naturally occurring microbes in order to produce effective fertilisers for future plants and crops. The latest experiments showed that field-grown tomato plants fed with microbes would produce 90% more fruits than normal conditions. This is the importance of the latest fertiliser of the crops.