The Future of Agriculture

The Future of Agriculture

Commentators and recognised agricultural experts agree that the trends in the global agricultural industry for the coming two or three decades are quite clear. Some of them are defined as being :

  • the undeniable and expected massive growth in the demand for food
  • the need for continual improvement as efficiencies are sought in supply chain practices,
    crop yield and quality, and in-farm practices and management
  • the imperative of protecting the areas of arable land currently under cultivation across the globe through the use of modern farming technologies and practice that restores goodness to the soil
  • the importance of science and technology
  • how innovation and innovative products will define success
  • the reality of retail and packaging as a means of influencing agricultural decisions
  • how intelligent packaging will shape sales and marketing
  • how convenience and health choices will play a more important role in the marketplace
  • the emergence of direct consumer-producer relationships
  • the generational transformation brought about by a greater ease and comfort of accessing and using information technology
  • the reliance on Partnership as a means of achieving successful outcomes

RLF products and systems work in support of these developing trends and represent the modern future of farmer practice. RLF is at the front of the modern farmer practice revolution.

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