Quick Glossary: Agritech
Agriculture plays an integral role in upholding ecological equilibrium by nurturing plant growth, managing livestock and safeguarding the welfare of the general population. However, the rapidly increasing demands for agricultural products necessitate breakthroughs beyond traditional processes.
Agritech, short for agricultural technology, stands at the forefront of this evolution, spearheading advancements to address global demands without jeopardizing the growth or wellness of future generations. Through a sustainable approach, agritech strives for a harmonious coexistence with the environment, ensuring the continued balance between agricultural productivity and ecological integrity.
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From the glossary:
A sustainable agricultural system that integrates aquaculture with hydroponics processes. Aquaponics uses waste from aquatic creatures, typically fish, to deliver necessary nutrients to plants. In turn, the plants filter and cleanse the water, which is then recirculated back into the aquatic environment, resulting in a closed-loop mechanism.
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