Yes. It's already profitable and will become a must in the future. Thanks to precision farming technology, American farmers save an average of $11,000 to $39,000
a year. In Tanzania
, farmers already use mobile phones to conclude contracts and process various types of payments. In Belarus, the average field seeding overlap is 27 cm, which wastes up to tens of thousands of dollars when calculating the cost of extraneous seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides.
That means that the sooner farmers start implementing precision farming, the more competitive they'll be in the future.