Agriculture plays a very important role in our lives and communities. It is vital for human existence, and agriculture infrastructure development (AID) is necessary to achieve continued improvement in agricultural quality, production, and ecology.
There are places that, because of geographical location and climate can be used as a food bank to ensure food supply in specific zones of the world, however this is not the case in most other parts of the globe because global warming or other potential factors that intervene and make AID required for such purposes.
With this idea in mind, it is very important to develop appropriate controls on agriculture, including the development of techniques to manage use of pesticides and fertilizers, and the adoption of export packaging standards. It is necessary to educate farmers and formulate specific plans for infrastructure development to enable the success of major agriculture projects.
Examples of infrastructure improvement initiatives might include the construction,or expansion of rural infrastructure such agricultural facilities, communication systems and transportation modes such as trains, roads and ports. The purpose of such development would be to increase the flow of exports to other countries. The result of increased exports would benefit individual families and communities which produce the exported commodities.
AID has a key role to play in both economic growth and poverty reduction. Failure to accelerate investments in AID would deter from future growth potential and could delay efforts to respond to existing challenges in poor and developing areas. At the same time it would severely limit opportunities for those countries to benefit from possible trade agreements, investments from international capital markets or other potential benefits offered by globalization.
Global warming and the implementation of AID for the necessary steps to follow to ensure food supply in the future:
Agriculture is highly dependent on specific climate conditions.
Trying to understand the overall effect of climate change on our food supply can be difficult however increases in temperature more than usual in some places can make it even more challengeable to farmers to achieve their harvest goals. But to realize which strategy need to be implemented to obtain necessary benefits such as nutrient levels, soil moisture, water availability, and other conditions that must also be met, it is strongly necessary the implementation of AID.
Changes in the frequency and severity of droughts and floods could pose challenges for farmers. Also warmer water temperatures are likely to cause several changes in the mother nature that could make it more difficult to grow crops, etc, in the same ways and same places as we have done in the past. The effects of climate change also need to be considered along with other evolving factors that affect agricultural production, such as changes in farming practices and technology, saying that, with no doubt AID is the answer if not to all, to the most of all adverse factors, with the purpose to be able to anticipate each of it successfully and at the same time, be steps ahead for new challenges to come.
However, AID is not possible to achieve without the proper technological software tools to map, plan and forecast proper agriculture production in each region.