2. Agriculture also plays an important part in rural development, especially due to land use, in countries where the sector is of less economic significance. 3. The main potential contributions of farming to rural development are in terms of supporting employment, ancillary businesses, and environmental services. In peripheral regions, farming may be necessary to support the economic
It can also be named as motion detector and be separated into two types, which are active sensor and passive sensor. Active sensor vs. Passive sensor Active sensor functions by sending signal (burst of light, sound and microwaves) that is reflected by the surroundings and giving essential reaction. The sensing system is activated when there is something moving within the active sensor’s area and the change in signal is reflected to the active sensor. However, passive sensor does not send signal, it functions by detecting the infrared radiation around it.
This has several implications for the future of Indian agriculture and India's Food Security. Young farmers can play an important role in ensuring the food security if they are encouraged to involve in farming and the challenges faced are addressed. Over the past few years, rural youth have been shying away from agriculture and globally there is an increasing interest in finding ways of engaging youth in agriculture. Generally youth are willing to adopt new ideas and technologies and therefore agricultural extension services should target youth to transform agriculture. The youth could be the ideal catalyst to change the poor image of persons involved in agriculture, especially in the rural communities given their greater possibility to adapt new ideas, concept and technology which are all important to changing the way agriculture is practiced and perceived.
How does Chemistry produce fertilisers to increase crop yield? Introduction: The focus question for this article is how does Chemistry produce fertilisers to increase crop yield. In this report, the advantages and limitations of fertiliser with regard to environmental and economic factors will be discussed and evaluated. This report will demonstrate that the negative environmental factors to some degree outweigh the benefits of the use of fertilisers, as the indirect affects are quite significant. However the report will demonstrate that the economic benefits of using fertiliser clearly exceed the negatives.
As a matter of fact , policies can help make farming more sustainable and help overcome many issues regarding food security . For example , some farmers use inefficient irrigation wasting vast amounts of water and many other farmers apply more fertilizers than plants can use . These excess nutrients run off fields and pollute rivers and lakes, and the cost of the damage caused to the environment is considered a negative externality meaning that the cost is not compensated by the producers .This can be regulated by setting out policies that will make farmers and other producers pay for the things they use from the environment . Another way is to pay farmers for ecosystem services , for instance , the European Union has established policies that will pay farmers extra for maintaining wildlife habitat and biodiversity . This is actually a useful idea because it encourages farmers to contribute to ecosystems and biodiversity which are vital for food security and nutrition .
It depends on the function of machines that is used in agricultural. The maintenance is also have high cost. The normal farmers might not able to purchase the automated machines. Even though there are many benefits in agricultural automation rather than it drawbacks, but the automation system in agricultural is slow emergence. In my opinion, it might be because there is lack of biosystems engineer to produce the automated system in agricultural sectors.
But the advantage of close range photogrammetry over traditional aerial photogrammetry is that the cost of the entire process of acquiring, processing and analyzing has been reduced dramatically over the years and also terrestrial images can acquired with minimal field equipment. Close range photogrammetry has especially benefited from evolving low cost and efficient technology. Therefore, digital terrestrial photogrammetry is an efficient method in documenting variety of complex structures so that it can be used for several purposes like in
Study primarily focuses on the responses of farmers regarding impact of climate change on their agro-economic life. Objectives of the study: Objectives of the study will be: • To identify demographic characteristics of the respondents • To find out awareness level of farmers regarding climate change • To check impact of climate change on farming activities of the farmers • To assess impact of climate change on economic life of farming community • To develop suggestions for all stakeholders Review of
It would be helpful to improve the balance of payments. Pakistan currently is facing $ 8.3 billion in its balance of payments deficit. 11- Improvement of living standards Currently due to the development of the agricultural sector to increase farmer income. This will allow farmer to build better houses and require life of luxury television, computers, mobile phones, motorcycles and many other items to improve their standard of living. Thus, growth in the agricultural sector will lead to improvements in people's living standards.