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Agricultural products means crops, livestock and livestock products, including but not limited to: field crops, forage, fruits, vegetables, horticultural specialities, cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, horses, poultry, furbearing animals, milk, eggs and furs.
The global market size of agricultural products is expected to grow from approximately 9.58 billion U.S. dollars in 2017 to 23.14 billion U.S. dollars by 2022. Demand for staple foods, agricultural products and increasingly processed food is growing particularly in developing countries.
The Top 10 importers of agricultural products from largest to smallest are:
The most imported agricultural products are soya beans, corn and wheat.
Agricultural products in China
Agricultural products in the United States
Agricultural products in Brazil
Agricultural products in India
Crop sensors aid in the efficient application of fertilisers by maximising absorption. They are able to detect how healthy crops are and limit the risk of leaching and discharge into groundwater. Crop sensors inform application equipment how much to apply in real-time, rather than preparing a prescription fertiliser map for a field before going out to apply it. Based on the quantity of light reflected back to the sensor, optical sensors may determine how much fertiliser per plant is required. Crop sensors also help farmers to effectively utilise smart farming as a whole.
Crop irrigation systems can now be monitored and controlled using a smartphone
With innovations in the field of Interconnectivity of devices, crop irrigation systems are being monitored and controlled with the use of mobile technologies. Instead of travelling to each field, a farmer may use the current technology to handle his irrigation equipment from a phone or computer. Moisture sensors in the ground can provide data on the amount of moisture present at different depths in the soil.
Farm Management software
Farm Management Software has become a very vital tool in today’s world. With the western countries increasing food safety regulations tools like these that improve traceability and help keep perfect records of pesticide spraying and even things like the weather forecasts. This will not only help farmers to provide perfect records to the authorities but will help them to take effective measures to safeguard their crops during sudden weather changes.
Solar-powered Pest Control System for Small Agricultural Fields
This is a new innovation in the field of agriculture that aims at helping farmers evenly spread pesticides on their fields via the use of solar energy by solving the electrical issues that the farmers might face.