Technology helps in optimising the use of various inputs such as water, seeds, and fertilisers. In most circumstances, information technology can improve farm management, it also has empowered farmers by equipping them with information to make quality decision that impacts their agricultural activities without harming the environment.

Example

▪︎There are robots capable of taking care of big farms, trimming, planting, plucking the weeds,They learn as they go, applying herbicides only where is needed, instead of all over the crop. Applying nutrients to the individual plants that are lacking. The new technology is already reducing the use of pesticides, and is able to work more efficiently.

▪︎Vertical farms are making farming greener, with the use of less water, pesticides, herbicides, in a controlled environment where crops are not lost because of drought, pests or other outdoors changes.

▪︎Soil moisture sensors can be used to monitor the moisture level of soils, which is particularly useful for irrigators. Knowing how much moisture is in the soil allows the farmer to use their water more effectively and sustainably.