By the year 2050 Earth’s population will be 10 billion, so we need to almost double the amount of food we now produce with quality.
The job of smart farming, then, is two or three fold. One is to measure the variables going into the matrix as accurately as is cost-effective.
The other is to relieve the farmer of as much of the burden of processing the matrix as he is comfortable with ceding to a machine.In various guises, information technology is taking over agriculture.ONE way to view farming is as a branch of matrix algebra.
A farmer must constantly juggle a set of variables, such as the weather, his soil’s moisture levels and nutrient content, competition to his crops from weeds, threats to their health from pests and diseases, and the costs of taking action to deal with these thing.
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