Digital agriculture refers to the use of innovative agricultural technologies to collect, save, examine, and share electronic information along the agricultural value chain. It is also referred to as smart farming or e-agriculture.
New technologies can provide the agricultural industry with ideas and information to make more informed decisions and improve crop productivity. Digital technologies provide farmers with the information and ability to meet these challenges and grab prospects for growth.
Digital technologies can assist in better traceability of agricultural products for better marketing.
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