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Agriculture has been related to the production of essential food crops for decades. Today, agriculture above and beyond farming includes poultry, forestry, dairy, fruit cultivation, arbitrary, beekeeping, etc. In the entire life of a given economy, Agriculture plays a significant role and in addition to providing food and raw material, agriculture also comes up with employment opportunities for a very large percentage of the population. The Agriculture sector can reduce hunger as it establishes the food security of developing countries.

Since the origination of agriculture, humans have selected plants to improve their crops. The enhancements of genetics and Agricultural biotechnology have led to more refined techniques of selection. There is a public debate about whether advanced techniques are safe, ethical, and beneficial. So, Food security is observed as one of the basic necessities of any nation. None of the nations that consist of the huge amount of hungry people can grow efficiently with a stable agricultural base because hungry people can do nothing towards helping to develop their country.

At a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6%, the global agriculture market is improved from $9602.79 billion in 2020 to $10181.92 billion in 2021. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their functioning and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving remote working, social distancing, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in functional challenges. The agriculture market is anticipated to reach $13133.95 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 7%. Accounting for 57% of the market in 2020, Asia Pacific was the largest region in the global agriculture market. South America was the second largest region accounting for 12% of the global market. The Middle East was the smallest region in the global agriculture market.

The discipline of Agricultural economics has transformed into a more integrative manner that covers production economics and farm management, agricultural marketing and prices, development and agricultural policy, institutions and rural finance, environmental and natural resource economics, and nutrition and food economics.


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Agriculture is the process of plant growth developed by humans thousands of years back. To date, we are selecting and breeding wild plant species by adapting and creating new plant species with various cultivations methods to meet the food requirements of the world. Agriculture also includes the science and cultivation of the soil, plants, livestock forests, and crops.

Food drives the world. Apart from clean water, access to adequate food is the primary concern for everyone. This is the one that makes Agriculture the most significant industry and one of the largest in the world. Agricultural productivity is important not only for a country's balance of trade but also for the security and health of its country's population.

The global bio-fertilizers market is projected to grow at a 12.1% CAGR during the forecast period (2022-2027). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the supply chain has been disrupted because of which the agricultural sector had to face problems such as labor unavailability, restriction on market access, transportation barriers, and the lack of inventories in some regions which slightly affects the market’s growth.

In 2021, the global swine feed market was valued at USD 99,039.4 million, registering a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. During the COVID-19 situation, the importance of Agriculture and food production has been recognized as an essential sector globally. ​However, the disruption of the supply chain would be the major factor to impact the swine feed market.

More farmers have turned to aerial imaging to better manage their crops. Drone technology and satellite imaging allow farmers to see crop variations and issues that are hard to spot from the ground. Coupling this data with precision ag technology, farmers would be able to manage their crops more accurately in turn showing an increase in profits. According to NOAA, expensive extreme weather events such as heavy rainfalls and droughts, are increasing. In the United States, there were 16 weather events that resulted in a minimum of $1 billion in damages. To help mitigate the risks of these events, farmers utilize water management tools and technology to better handle these extreme events.

According to Business Wire, the global digital Agriculture market is expected to record a CAGR of 9.9% between 2022-2023 and field mapping will see the largest growth. It’s not a surprise, as field mapping allows for more accurate planting, spraying, and harvesting. Yield monitoring technologies will allow farmers to quickly and accurately predict yields before crops are harvested. With accurate yields, farmers would be able to find buyers for all of their harvest while eliminating food waste and increasing profits. Furthermore, this will help inform the following year’s variety selection and yield.

Agriculture and farming are indeed different which we think would go hand in hand but in practice is entirely different from each other. Agriculture is the study, science, and practice of growing crops and rearing animals for human consumption. It involves a community of people in this field, from food scientists to farm and machinery supply stores to the farmers and ranchers themselves. Farming is more of an individual practice involving an area of land with water facilities, fencing, etc., that is used to grow crops and/or rear animals for human consumption. Each farm had its unique philosophies with its own entity, practices, methods, and operations of raising crops and/or rearing animals according to the terrain, climate, soil, and the farmer him/herself.

Plateauing of productivity of Agriculture in the irrigated areas and in some cases the declining trend gathers the attention of many scientists.

Top Agriculture Universities:

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·         Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands

·         University of California, Davis, United States

·         Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

·         AgroParisTech, France

·         Cornell University, United States

·         ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

·         China Agricultural University, China (Mainland)

·         University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

·         University of California, Berkeley (UCB), United States

·         Michigan State University, United States

·         Ghent University, Belgium

·         University of Reading, United Kingdom

·         University of Copenhagen, Denmark

·         Iowa State University, United States

·         Purdue University, United States

·         Texas A&M University, United States

·         University of British Columbia, Canada

·         University of Hohenheim, Germany

·         Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

·         Oregon State University, United States

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·         American Farm Bureau Federation

·         American Farmland Trust

·         Farm Foundation

·         Farmland Information Center

·         Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

·         National 4-H

·         National Association of 4-H Extension Agents

·         National Association of Agricultural Educators

·         National Association of County Agricultural Agents

·         National Association of State Department of Agriculture

·         National Farmers Union

·         National FFA

·         National Young Farmer Education Association

·         North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture

·         U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance

·         United States Agricultural Information Network

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