Smart agriculture

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  • Climate change (CC) has been seriously affecting the agricultural production in Vietnam. Due to that, agriculture needs various methods to deal with the problem and some of which are applying Climate - Smart Agriculture (CSA) models vastly, using Ecosystem - based Adaptation (EbA) models, and integrating climate change adaptation in the orientation of agricultural restructuring towards value added and sustainable development.

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  • Improving agricultural water productivity, under rainfed or irrigated conditions, holds significant scope for addressing climate change vulnerability. It also offers adaptation capacity needs as well as water and food security in the southern African region. In this study, evidence for climate change impacts and adaptation s trategies in rainfed agricultural systems is explored through modeling predictions of crop yield, soil moisture and excess water for potential harvesting.

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  • India has been able to produce enough to feed its 1.25 + billion As well as export food grains to other countries. But the challenge to feed a Projected population of1.

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  • Agrometeorological Field Unit (AMFU) disseminating agromet advisory bulletin (AAB) are embraced three parts viz., weather condition, crop information and weather based agro advisories. This study enlightens the qualitative and quantitative aspect and gaps between providers and end users of AAB. The AAB issued by 7 AMFU stations was collected for the period 5 years (2007-2011) from IMD, Pune and SAU‟s of 7 states. The substantial variation in the format of issued AAB by all the stations was observed and formats are not found easily usable to print media, SMS through multimedia.

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  • In this paper role big data in agriculture as an emerging tool for transforming agriculture as Industry 4.0 is reviewed, discussed and finally its challenges and limitations are listed.

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  • The advancements in technology led to the Internet of things, which is an extension of the network of computers to the network of smart devices. The main objective of these various ICT applications, from a development perspective, is that of Empowering People through Knowledge It provides a comprehensive review of its framework, considerations and implications in implementation.

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  • The study recommends a requirement for scientists, government and non-government agents and other stakeholders to focus on awareness creation on climate change and mitigating approaches in perception of crop Rotation, drought tolerant varieties, Zero Tillage, Weather Forecasting, Indigenous technologies etc.

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  • This paper conceptualizes smart farming effectiveness and the main lessons that emanate from this paper are that Internet of Things (IoT), combined with big data, provides farmers with a wealth of information that they can use to maximize productivity in the vulnerable environment and maintain the quality of food in the supply chain.

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  • Climate change has become an important area of concern to ensure food and nutritional security for growing population. In India, significant negative impacts have been implied with medium-term (2010-2039) climate change, predicted to reduce yields by 4.5 to 9 %, depending on the magnitude and distribution of warming. In the context of climate change and variability, farmers need to adapt quickly to enhance their resilience to increasing threats of climatic variability such as droughts, floods and other extreme climatic events.

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  • This system uses micro-controller board based on ATmega328. It can also help to detect the type of diseases occurring, by analysis of the leaves using Kmeans segmentation algorithm in the MATLAB software. By the use of this system, assistance in the optimum growth of plants is possible, can increase the yield and also lessen the frequency of visit to the fields, enabling the farmer to focus on other agricultural activities.

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  • Crop losses caused by insects, pests, and pathogens remain one of the major problems in sustainable agriculture. Environmental and health concerns regarding the overuse of pesticides, and the impacts of climate change on epidemics are immediate pressing issues.

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  • Agriculture is a primary source of livelihood in the Vietnamese Mekong River Delta with different land use activities. There are different potential conflicts in agricultural land use, including: water resources use and interests. Therefore, establishing feasible land use planning (LUP) in an area needs an in-depth participation and discussion among stakeholders (including: governments at different levels, local farmers, and national and international scientists).

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  • The agricultural sector faces daunting challenges because of climate change, particularly amidst increasing global water scarcity, which threatens irrigated lowland rice production. By 2025, 15-20 million ha of irrigated rice is estimated to suffer from some degree of scarcity. Rice systems provide a major source of calories for more than half of the world‟s population; however, they also use more water than other major crops. Irrigated lowland rice not only consumes more water but also causes wastage of water resulting in degradation of land.

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  • This work defines the benefits of drone technology in agriculture, and their application areas, describing from examples how drones function on fields and also highlights the different features of drone for managing the crops by applying precise cameras to identify pests and water shortages. For agricultural applications, summarized smart/intelligent farming techniques are being utilized such as exercise of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

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  • This paper identifies possible climate change responses that address agricultural production at the plant, and farm, regional scales. Critical components required for the strategic assessment of adaptation capacity and anticipatory adaptive planning is identified and examples of adaptive strategies for a number of key agricultural sectors are provided.

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  • Rice is one of the most important food crops that feed over half of the global population and biggest consumer of fresh water diverted from irrigation. Water scarcity is burning issue of agriculture, outcome of climate change and unpredictable rainfall. It threatens the future of irrigated rice cultivation. Researchers developed new technology called ―Aerobic Rice‖ to cope up with present situation. Rice is grown in well-drained, non-puddled and non-saturated soils. Aerobic rice cultivar has drought tolerance capacity as well as yield potentiality.

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  • Climate is one of the key drivers behind agriculture. As climate change is uncertain, agriculture should be climate smart and must include agricultural management practices which include the use of bio wastes that could be able to sustain or improve our soil health. Moreover, increase in atmospheric carbon level is becoming a challenging task for the scientific community.

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  • Natural resources are being consumed at an alarming rate, and the capacity of resources and technologies to satisfy food demand for the growing population remains uncertain. Since agriculture along with its allied sector, is the largest source of livelihood in India having 70% of rural household depending on agriculture as their primary occupation of which 82 % of farmers are small and marginal (FAO, 2019), the use of non monetory inputs by the poor farmers can be quite the most feasible, eco-friendly and climate smart option to preserve the environment and safeguard the natural resources.

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  • Trong điều kiện biến đổi khí hậu (BĐKH) hiện nay cần có những quan điểm về định hướng phát triển mới, chuyển đổi mô hình phát triển bền vững vùng ĐBSCL thích hợp hơn. Do vậy, việc ứng dụng nông nghiệp thông minh thích ứng với biến đổi khí hậu (Climate Smart Agriculture - CSA) với phương thức tiếp cận tổng hợp, có thể giúp đạt đồng thời đảm bảo an ninh lương thực và ứng phó biến đổi khí hậu.

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  • The 26th report of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution on the urban environment13, proposes an environmental contract between central and local government, which would be a high level agreement to promote environmental action at the local level. On the ground, this would mean a local authority developing a strategy containing a small number of mandatory elements, but would also encourage the authority to design a programme to tackle a variety of environmental activities across sectors with the aim of stimulating improvement and innovation.

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