GIS offers farmers opportunities to increase production, reduce input costs, and manage their land more efficiently. From handheld mapping in the field to the scientific analysis of production data at the farm manager's office, GIS can make a difference in agricultural production to
- Reduce farm input costs such as fertilizer, fuel, seed, labor, and transportation.
- Improve sustainability with new biomass and biogas outputs while remaining profitable with traditional agricultural and livestock outputs.
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