Computed Science-to-Economy Conversion for Better Farming and Forestry

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Author(s):
Madhu G Nadig
Published Date:
June 05, 2015
Issue:
Volume 4, Issue 6
Page(s):
9 - 12
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Keywords:
science to economy computation, forest farming, economic modeling, computational intelligence
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Madhu G Nadig, "Computed Science-to-Economy Conversion for Better Farming and Forestry". International Journal of Research in Computer Science, 4 (6): pp. 9-12, June 2015. Other Formats

Abstract

Forest farming is a three dimensional farming technique where the synchronization of agriculture and forest environment forms a new kind of self-sustaining ecosystem. This method has various obstacles in form of versatility and ecological balance, which is largely solved by science to economic computation and organized structuring of the farm. The scientific data regarding the farm - the pH value, Rainfall, Humidity, temperatures (day and night) and humus content – is processed to get economic results, which ultimately helps in practical implementation of the method. The main objective is to enhance the practicability of the method.

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