We live in a world where 821 million people go hungry, but do you want to see how agriculture innovation can change that? Agriculture is the primary sector in most developing countries, and should be providing a basic building block to meet this need. This can be done by providing those communities access to precision agriculture innovations and new sustainable growing methodologies.
LINK answers this by creating high revenue and socially empowering projects in various agricultural industries, including hydroponics, aquaponics, livestock farming, and food processing systems. We believe that agricultural success lies in the ability to make smart, precise decisions and ensure adaptability under any circumstances. With this understanding, we provide circular economy solutions and turnkeys projects to improve food quality and sustainability. Through optimization we are on the path to lower this figure and have a positive direct effect on the lives of many. For example, through greenhouse specifications and crop analysis we have solutions that can help farmers produce more crops, more easily.
The same goes for livestock, with our solutions, farmers can raise more livestock on less land; meaning more production and success for small farmers. In addition, LINK’s technologies create less produce waste while optimizing yield.
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Did you know?
1/3 of global GDP is agriculture related and valued at 3 trillion USD
25% of greenhouse gas emissions are derived from agriculture, forestry and land use
820 million people are hungry and malnourished according to 2017 data
33% of produce is lost in the growth-to-market process
63% CAGR investment rise was seen from 2010–2015
3 billion more people will be nourished due to precision agriculture technology despite a 20% arable land decrease
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