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Digital investments in agriculture surpass 1 billion dollars…

A digital transformation is taking place in agriculture. Inrkiye, which plays a pioneering role in digital agricultural technologies , agricultural digital investments surpassed 1 billion dollars. Thanks to investments such as sensors and smart agricultural machinery, a 20 per cent increase in agricultural yield was achieved. Up to 70 per cent of the cost spent in the field is saved.

Ranking in the top 10 among the world’s agricultural economies, Türkiye is shaping the agriculture of the future with smart agricultural technologies. With the data obtained from sensors placed in the fields, farmers can make more informed decisions and increase productivity and sustainability.

WASTE IS PREVENTED AND COSTS ARE REDUCED…

Sensors that instantly monitor critical information such as soil moisture, plant health and weather conditions help optimise processes such as irrigation and fertilisation. In this way, waste of resources is prevented and costs are reduced. At the same time, an environmentally friendly production model is implemented. Innovative solutions such as smart irrigation systems, drones and robotic agricultural vehicles are opening a new era in agricultural production.

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS CONTRIBUTE

Investments in organic agriculture and environmentally friendly production techniques also contribute to a sustainable future. Sensor technologies are widely used in orchards in and around Izmir region. In Adana province, digital agricultural practices such as the use of drones and smart irrigation systems in agricultural lands attract a lot of attention. Digital agricultural practices such as automatic irrigation are also preferred in Konya region.

YIELD LOSS DECREASES

The effects of the use of digital agricultural technologies on the cultivation of crops such as wheat, soya and potatoes are clearly visible. Thanks to digital agricultural technologies, soil yield loss is reduced by up to 20 per cent, while crop yield increases by up to 5 per cent. Up to 70 per cent of the cost spent on the land is saved.

AGRICULTURE GAINS MOMENTUM

In 2023, investments in agricultural digital technologies exceeded 1 billion dollars. Solutions such as sensors, smart agricultural machinery and data analytics platforms have led to a 20 per cent rise in agricultural yields; 70 per cent of farmers have also started using digital agricultural technologies as part of this transformation...

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