Precision agriculture is a new science-based paradigm reflected the digital, science, and protein disruptions in agriculture and food production. It reforms and reframes the traditional value chain, and incorporates novel ecosystems, data management, and new digital tools at each stage. The precision agriculture paradigm incorporates traditional tools like crop rotation, new livestock, seed cultivation, soil management and mechanization that alone and in combination increased crop yields and optimum use of land. But the new paradigm allows farmers and other players across the value chain to apply and use new tools of data management, superior understanding of food and health, and the impact of climate change on traditional agricultural methods and better mitigation tools for risk management.
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