Technology In Agriculture

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“Technology is the use of scientific knowledge to produce new machinery and devices that can be used to provide different services or can be employed further to create more devices (“India Celebrating Team”, 2017)”. It is not subtle that technology has become an essential part everyone’s life. It uses, at almost all points, scientific and technical information to create, design and monitor machinery and other necessary and relevant goods to serve consumers. Technological machines help people in a lot of sectors and one of these is to avoid errors and mistakes that have massive impact on consumer’s desired items or products from which all consumers benefit from. Technology, indeed, has contributed in the growth and development of all; consequently,…show more content…
Today’s agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies such as robots, temperature and moisture sensors and global positioning system technology. These advanced devices allow businesses and farmers to be more profitable, efficient, safer and more environmentally friendly. Agriculture possibly is one of those that are benefiting from it which also has types under it. One of the types is Organic Agriculture which has continually growing substantially despite the world economic crisis. The government’s support to organic agriculture became more emphatic and accelerated in 2010 with the passing of the “Organic Agriculture Act of 2010” or RA 10068, which provides for its development and promotion in the country. Organic agriculture is one of the livelihood options being offered to farmers in the Philippine Agriculture 2020. Hence it is imperative to give more attention on this agricultural production system. One of the products of Agriculture is organic fertilizer that supports sustainable agriculture through…show more content…
The proper waste management in the area is not being practiced. This causes the messy and disorganized public market. Due to these issues, the LGU of Cabagan is forced to ban fish sellers to scale and gut fishes in the public market. With the idea of recycling the fish remains to produce fertilizer, this study is hereby proposed. Fish fertilizer in particular, is a valuable product for promoting plant growth. It is high in nitrogen content necessary for growing plants, which can be naturally produced. Since fish scraps are the main raw material, the process is cluttered and produces stinking odor. This study therefore seriously considers the initiative of developing a rendering machine of fish wastes to address the aforesaid
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