Agriculture is a fundamental component of human existence, providing us with food, clothing and shelter. I remember growing up in the countryside and our major source of income was farming. Farming isn't just to provide a family with food and the community around but also offers room for a family to sell their products to earn an income that can build their livelihood. Farming would pay for our school fees, buy us clothes and also other foods that we didn't farm to provide a balanced diet for the family.
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El Niño, a climate phenomenon characterized by the periodic warming of sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, has far-reaching effects on weather patterns worldwide. Among these effects are El Niño rains, which can bring increased and erratic precipitation to many regions. While this can be a boom for agriculture, it also poses risks such as flooding, erosion and crop damage. Farmers must be proactive and well-prepared to navigate these challenges.
The agricultural industry is one of the sectors most affected by the digital and technological transformation. This transformation has caused the development of new technologies that have improved the quality, quantity and variety of food, as well as its sustainability.
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