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The Future of Farming


The Aquaculture stuff is most interesting. We need to tap into marine nutrients more.
contraception
Indonesia has a lot of Tuna with yellow fin, but we indonesians almost never eat that fish because a lot of foreign fisher steal it in massive amount, and it's finally stopped by our Ocean ministry after all these years, unfortunately the Tuna with the yellow fin has been so rare in population and then we will try to cultivate it to fix it's population and protect it from illegal fishing
...GMO will get up and walk away from us....guaranteed....100%....it's just a matter of time...
bruh gw pilih ini karena menurut gw ini paling gampang daripada entrepreneurship yg lain (apalagi a.i)
Is it not harmful for our health ???
It is not enough to be up to date, you have to be up to tomorrow.


-David Ben Gurion
8:39 so you protect the environment, you'll eat synthetic meat.. and get authentic cancers
the only problem with this video is they include that leftist nonsense of carbon dioxide being bad. plants love it. they live on it. the more of it there is the happier and bigger they grow. but they have to tow the Party Line and mention that fantasy. otherwise a great video.
As an American everything I see here disturbs and discusses me.
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More machines arent the way to the future, using biodiversity and actual nature to our advantage is the future. If we dont do that, we only create more problems for ourselves.
Use this to plant trees for mr beast
We need a drones hunter with stun gun to kill small pest!
Soy in the future
Soy bean crops in the future

In Hamilton area farms
See video ->https://youtu.be/rDYFk94wL74
Re: using lasers to zap agricultural pests. I can just see it now, the rise of the laser resistant cabbage butterfly.


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Agro Space


Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".