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2022 ◽  
Vol 178 ◽  
pp. 106079
Author(s):  
Mohammad Babla ◽  
Utsab Katwal ◽  
Miing-Tiem Yong ◽  
Soheil Jahandari ◽  
Maroun Rahme ◽  
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This paper intends to explore the development of agriculture in to smart farming and how smart farming can contribute to the sustainable development goals. The paper focuses on how smart farming can be imparted in sustainable agriculture by analyzing the environmental, economic and social impact. This paper applied a systematic literature review technique to assess published academic literature on smart farming and sustainable agriculture in Southeast Asia. The review identified that smart farming can lead to less environmental damage, lower cost and higher productivity and has the potential to create decent jobs for the youth ultimately leading to a sustainable food system.


2022 ◽  
Vol 326 ◽  
pp. 107815
Author(s):  
Yali Yang ◽  
Xuelian Bao ◽  
Hongtu Xie ◽  
Hongbo He ◽  
Xudong Zhang ◽  
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Author(s):  
Siti Fatimahwati Pehin Dato Musa ◽  
Khairul Hidayatullah Basir ◽  
Edna Luah

This paper intends to explore the development of agriculture in to smart farming and how smart farming can contribute to the sustainable development goals. The paper focuses on how smart farming can be imparted in sustainable agriculture by analyzing the environmental, economic and social impact. This paper applied a systematic literature review technique to assess published academic literature on smart farming and sustainable agriculture in Southeast Asia. The review identified that smart farming can lead to less environmental damage, lower cost and higher productivity and has the potential to create decent jobs for the youth ultimately leading to a sustainable food system.


mSystems ◽  
2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Carolin C. M. Schulte ◽  
Vinoy K. Ramachandran ◽  
Antonis Papachristodoulou ◽  
Philip S. Poole

Rhizobia are soil bacteria that induce nodule formation on plant roots and differentiate into nitrogen-fixing bacteroids. A detailed understanding of this complex symbiosis is essential for advancing ongoing efforts to engineer novel symbioses with cereal crops for sustainable agriculture.


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