Technological innovations that present clear results and can measure sustainable practices are the way to facilitate change.
Agrotechnology helps to better understand agricultural practices by promoting the efficient use of inputs.
Sustainable agriculture can provide an opportunity for all stakeholders to practice precision and make use of innovative solutions that include both nature-friendly methods and new technologies.
Precision agriculture has the power to transform and reduce energy use in agricultural management that is so badly needed in this millennium.
We foster sustainable, healthy and resilient agricultural growth while promoting stronger and more secure supply chains.
Nearly one trillion U.S. dollars worth of food is lost or wasted each year. This occurs in the form of food loss – food that is damaged as it moves through the supply chain – and food waste.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), if this trend were reversed, enough food would be conserved to feed 2 billion people.
That’s more than double the number of undernourished people worldwide.
Precision agriculture is aligned with many of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In sustainable crop production, consumables levels are optimized, soil health is maintained by promoting agricultural efficiency, carbon sinks are protected and energy use is optimized.
Sustainability criteria include: