Future Farming Concepts
In this article, we will explore the futuristic farms that will feed the world. This article will touch on the topic of water efficiency as it relates to agriculture and food production. The article will also explore the importance of soil organic matter and its role in building a more sustainable future for humanity.
Let us begin by looking at the way that our modern day society consumes food… we drive through traffic jams, scan our magazines, check our emails, check the news… all of this is to simply find something to do… but what if all of this was changed? What if we took a step back, saw the entire process from start to finish? What if we took a look at the entire freethinking process and how we could begin to use the environment, animals, water and our own bodies as our own? How would this affect the human species and our world? What if the future of food were revealed in this freethinked download?
The future of food may be found within the minds of some of the top minds in the world. In 1996, the world was introduced to the Utopian farming systems that are now being used in China. These farming techniques were developed by Chinese scientists who believe that the design of their farms has been based off of the work of Albert Einstein. And according to the abstract of one of the studies done by these Chinese scientists;
“Einstein’s Theory of relativity states that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, and water efficiency is a constant irrespective of distance.” Now then, perhaps Albert Einstein’s theory may very well have been correct in theory, but the actual implementation of this law is somewhat problematic. Although water efficiency for farming is indeed a constant, the laws of thermodynamics state that “like attracts like.” Since water is a highly sensitive commodity that must be kept at a constant temperature and pressure in order to remain safe from parasites and disease, these laws of thermodynamics do not allow for the production of perpetual crops.
However, it is possible to feed the world cheaply and efficiently with today’s agricultural technologies
The study of hydroponics has produced some novel solutions to the dilemma of feeding the world cheaply and efficiently. There are futuristic farms that will feed the world that are being researched and developed by people all over the world.
Some of the most promising of these farms are being developed in the field of bio-foods, specifically organic farming. Organic farming avoids the use of pesticides, insecticides, and other chemicals which are commonly used in conventional agriculture. These chemicals tend to build up in the soil and the water supply over time, causing soil erosion, water contamination, and the poisoning of local waterways. Bio-organic crops, on the other hand, are grown without the use of chemicals and are thus safer for both the environment and the farmers who grow them.
Future Food Security Act passed by the US government in 1992 promises to lift the burden of food prices
The US economy can be greatly improved by investing in food production as alternative energy sources become more readily available. This will not only alleviate the pressures being placed upon farmers all over the world, but will also yield benefits for consumers in the form of lower food prices.
Another benefit of the future foods of tomorrow is that they will have greater shelf-life. The food products of tomorrow will be free from the additives that shorten their shelf life. They will also be more nutritious and free from harmful bacteria. Since we are looking towards a future of plentiful supplies of food for everyone, this will be a major benefit to us. If you have not yet started on a sustainable farm, now is the time to get started!