Characteristics and Methodical Basis of Increasing the Production of Agricultural Products

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  • Ergasheva Yulduz Karshi International University Student of the Faculty of Engineering and Pedagogy

Keywords:

Food, population, agriculture, farming, resource, economy, crops, landscape, market, farmer, innovative technologies, efficiency.

Abstract

The world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, which poses a serious challenge to food security. To meet the demand for food products, it is necessary to increase productivity in agriculture. This scientific article examines the characteristics and methodological bases necessary for increasing the production of agricultural products. We explore innovative technologies, sustainable practices and strategic approaches to optimize agricultural production and minimize environmental impact.

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Published

2024-03-06

How to Cite

Ergasheva Yulduz. (2024). Characteristics and Methodical Basis of Increasing the Production of Agricultural Products. International Journal of Scientific Trends, 3(3), 14–16. Retrieved from https://scientifictrends.org/index.php/ijst/article/view/245

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