Current agricultural mechanization practices and attractive attributes towards its modernization for food security in belt and road countries: Pakistan as a case study
Qizhi Yang, Ahmad Ibrar, Siddique Bushra, Jing Zhang, Guanlong Huang, Guangyu Du
The unceasing accumulation in nutrition consumers is an indicator of the cumulative demand for food in approaching days, while the measure of starving, hungry and malnourished people is increasing again especially in developing countries. Food security in Pakistan is leading contest of the present-day, due to uplift resident’s growth, prompt urbanization, substandard purchasing potency, eminent price uncertainties, inconsistent food production, and incompetent food distribution arrangements. Agriculture is a fundamental source of nourishment and play a vital role in the development of the local economic system and act as a shield for food security in many countries affiliated with one belt one road initiative.
The operational agriculture segment of Pakistan is less than in assessment with its potential in the present age because it has been challenging several key contests but we are only considering the lethargic rate of technological transformation. Agricultural automation is wide-ranging foundation confined on distribution and application of several tools, apparatus and technology and transposition of human and animal power for distinct agricultural applies. Application of modern-day types of machinery in agriculture has significant considering for food security, while agriculture producers of developing countries are fronting the absence of financial elementary inputs and they desire inexpensive, reasonable and appropriate technologies and applies for supportable agriculture production to accomplish the ultimate goal of food secure world. Belt and Road Initiatives could be facilitator for the guarantee of sufficient food availability in future by supporting and developing the low level existing agricultural mechanization technology in developing countries.