What began as an independently operating industry has now evolved into an ecosystem of connected, interdependent organizations, all addressing a universal need – agriculture. Throughout the generations, farming has reached far beyond the field, into technology, education and more. It has expanded into a number of different industries, increasing knowledge, productivity, precision and sustainability.
During the early development of human society, people grew crops to feed their families out of necessity. Everyone pitched in to plant and harvest food and commodities as a regular part of daily life. As culture has evolved, farming has become more than merely an in-house method of survival. It has become a thriving industry for business development and technological advancement.
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Agriculture is a growing industry, and therefore, it has a smaller margin reserved for error. There is an increased demand for precise farming in order to keep up with the economy’s needs. In a fast-paced society, even our food and commodities can’t afford to be inexact.