Nowadays, agricultural production takes on a new dimension, as you get insights into the actual status of your crops, and the implementation of modern technologies and AI tools increase the efficiency and competitiveness of crop production. The perk of modern Ag philosophy is a more appealing workplace for qualified personnel who contribute to improving sustainable production and labor productivity.
So, globally speaking, the long-term efforts of the agricultural community have confirmed that it is necessary to lay the foundations of the digital ecosystem for the agro-industrial complex and steadily digitize some of the processes. In our opinion, better phase control of crop production and data-oriented decision-making that derive from digital approaches and tools should prevent possible losses, increase labor productivity, and maximize the profits of the agricultural output.
2022. is marked by many threats caused by COVID pandemics and the following financial challenges. So the entire agriculture production chain suffered from massive cost increases in input costs, including seeds, fertilizers, crop protection, fuel, and machinery. Therefore, the supply chain disruption and the continued economic fallout are reversing years of development gains and pushing food prices to an all-time high. This misfortunate set of events is just one of the indicators that practices across the value chain will need to adapt to overcome the tremendous challenges the Ag community is facing. The trend of costly production is to stay, as the production and consumption of commodities will keep prices at historically high levels through the end of 2024, per World Bank’s report.
Agremo’s priority is to enable Ag professionals with the means to achieve better, healthier, and more sustainable crop production. Regardless of their size and niche, the agricultural community members are looking for digital technologies that can reduce input usage and increase the profitability of the farming output, especially during the difficult times we are going through globally. As a global technology provider, Agremo constantly improves AI technology and seeks practical validation from our partners and customers. Of course, every piece of feedback is valuable when it comes to innovations. Still, when market leaders, such as ADAMA, validate and adopt the new tools, that tremendously increases the confidence across the Ag ecosystem, including growers, agronomists, and researchers.
Even though agriculture is the least digitized industry, the adoption rate of new concepts is gradually catching up as professionals follow industry leaders and pioneers, and the new guidelines that will define the future solution for the industry needs.
Agremo and ADAMA are partnering on an agile innovation road, bringing ADAMA Eagle Eye powered by Agremo as a solution to bring key information digitally and efficiently to farmers, as well as address certain pain points farmers have to deal with every season. ADAMA is a leading global crop protection company whose promise is to Listen > Learn > Deliver. Their customer-centric approach is part of their commitment to help farmers do what they do best: feed the world.
Agremo technology can help researchers, agronomists, and farmers optimize their production by enabling crop and field insights that positively impact the production chain. The Agremo – ADAMA partnership can envision all agricultural stakeholders working together to improve crop production and environmental status by giving them tools for data-oriented decision-making. The collective goal of the partnership is not only to offer technology but also to share knowledge and experiences that shall bring a positive impact and create a more sustainable and eco-friendlier ecosystem.