The irrigation system is so powerful that it promotes desert agriculture. In Israel, a country which more than half of the territory is dessert is able to grow banana in desert, and it helps to improve the whole country’s economy. Computerized irrigation water plant efficiently, reducing human labor but sometimes the system maybe expensive to construct and make it more feasible to middle east countries but not LDCs. Although maximizing agricultural landuse can be environmental
Cost Reduction By upgrading the IT systems allows Bag of Beans Company to reduce their cost of services and products, for example automated service is often less than the cost of staff. Bag of Beans can use online services to reduce the cost, since most of the company who uses online service does not have the high overhead costs. Increased Profitability Developing in technology allows Bag of Beans to increase their profitability, for example manufacturing the product can be made using machinery rather than by hand. As for the results the productivity
Thus, improved cultivars provide an efﬁcient vehicle for transfer of other improved crop production technologies. Studies show that farmers’ lack of access to seed of new varieties is a major cause of non-adoption of new cultivars. There is an urgent need to enhance seed production of improved cultivars to ensure adequate availability of quality seed to the farmers at local level and at affordable price. Because of the minor role of the private sector in seed production of legumes, the informal seed system (seed production by non-government organizations, farmers’ groups and individual farmers) plays a signiﬁcant role in increasing availability of quality seed and adoption of improved cultivars. This manual provides comprehensive information on improved seed production technologies for growing a healthy seed crop of chickpea and storage of chickpea seed.
In addition it was an area of diverse and profitable agriculture with crops such as grapes rice olives and maize alongside dairy farming. Furthermore, in this region the days of the subsistence peasant farmer growing food largely to feed the family were over. Farms run by capitalist tenant famers employing landless farm labourers on short contracts became the norm. This picture of economic acceleration and industrialisation was in complete contrast to the economy of southern Italy. The south consisted of the poorest farming areas as the hot dry climate mountains and malaria ridden coastal plains reduced the amount of land suitable for agriculture.
The irrigation systems were also repaired. Repairing the irrigation system allowed more crops to grow, which meant since there was an abundance in crops , there would be an abundance of the income of the products sold. Similarly in China, the Mongols also helped their economy. Taxes were lowered in China which meant that if people paid less taxes they had more money, wealth and crops for themselves basically. Peasant agriculture was supported as well.
However, in the early 1930 grain harvest dropped. This crisis under collectivisation remained worse than in the last years of the tsarist regime. By 1935 the number of livestock was half of what it was in 1928 resulting in the decline of arable faming and meat production which hindered economic progress. So there were failures in the system. Nevertheless, the success of the mass migration from the countryside to the cities outweighs this fiasco.
Because of this, the Southern colonists made their living off farming cash crops, such as rice, usually in plantations. The Middle colonists also shared a prosperous growing season because of their mild climate. However instead of cash crops, the Middle colonists would grow wheat and grains, being the “breadbasket” of the colonies. New England colonists didn’t have much prosperity in agriculture. They would instead participate in subsistent farming, meaning they grew only what they needed to feed themselves.
Millions of poor farmers are dependent on these commodities such as cotton and on the price they receive for their harvest. In many developing countries, three or fewer primary commodity exports constitute the bulk of export revenue. Many farmers, often without other means of subsistence, are expected to produce more and more, no matter how low the prices sink. Fair trade agreements and the Fair Trade mark on products exported mean companies and consumers now have a choice, but not an obligation, to use
The farmers can be categorised into large or small land holding farmers, they are also categorized on the kind of production either organic or inorganic farmers (Sharma, Giri & Rai, 2013) Both large land holding and small land holdings use same distribution strategy for organic crops of paddy. The farmers send the paddy directly to the rice processing company, without any involvement of any intermediary (Sharma, Giri & Rai, 2013). The large land holding farmers most frequently directly supply their paddy to the rice processing companies this cuts the middlemen cost and increases the revenue. It is also cheaper for the rice processing companies to source directly from the farmers there is a reduction in their procurement cost, logistics cost, intermediary cost and the supply chain cost. Large land holding farmers are sometimes not able to directly supply the inorganic paddy because of: low demand, or the quantity supplied has not been prepared for sales.
By importing agriculture products, the US is able to acquire products that are not produced in the US. Exporting products reduces the supply of US products. This reduction in US supplies ensures that products will not spoil or go to waste. It also ensures that the US has good trade relations with other countries. Good trade relations between the US and other countries are what allow the US to continue importing and exporting agriculture products.