Gone are the days of planting your seeds and hoping for the best. Farming has evolved from horse and plough, to GMO, and now further on, to smart technologies.
The Economist covered the technological future of farming and it’s effective impacts on yield, and therefore profits.
“If agriculture is to continue to feed the world, it needs to become more like manufacturing, says Geoffrey Carr. Fortunately, that is already beginning to happen.”
Farms are increasingly being wired-up, or rather, wirelessed up in an effort to increase efficiencies.
Contact Focus Universal to speak to one of our experts to explain how our technologies can improve agricultural efficiencies.