Fish abundance estimation with imaging sonar in semi-intensive aquaculture ponds


Since intensive agriculture is primarily focused on the mass production of good-looking food, production strategies overlook the need for high-quality, nutritious food. As a result, the quality of food from intensive farming often lacks the same nutritional value as food from conventional or organic farming. It is intended to produce perfect-looking yields and potentially extend shelf life without Intensive farming uses less space, labor, and resources to produce more, unlike conventional farming. This makes it very difficult for traditional farmers to compete. Also, given how industrialized intensive agriculture is, it means that there are not many jobs per unit of food produced, meaning fewer opportunities for job creation. Intensive farming is a type of farming that produces more yields in a given area than other forms of farming. Also called modern agriculture, commercial agriculture, or industrialized agriculture. Increased productivity is the result of mechanization, specialized breeding, high-yielding varieties, and techniques such as irrigation and crop rotation. The first advantage of intensive agriculture is high yields. High yields are achieved primarily by using high-yielding seeds and fertilizer types. Higher yields can also be achieved by using pesticides and herbicides. Intensive farming is a profitable business. Income generated through intensive farming is much higher than that generated by traditional farming, but it also requires a significant investment of capital and time. One of the advantages of intensive farming is high employment rates. Many people are employed, trained, and engaged in agriculture. Other workers are also employed to carry the crops from one place to another, or even within the same area where the crops are grown. Intensive farming is a great option for small landowners. It helps them increase their income and can be done with minimal resources with the help of advanced technology. Intensive agriculture works by maximizing productivity on limited land. It requires careful planning, but it can greatly increase yields from one acre of land. Intensive agriculture is a form of agriculture aimed at maximizing food production. It is based on crops and livestock grown in large quantities in small spaces and leverages the latest technology to help meet the world's food needs. Intensive agriculture is labor intensive, which means employment. But it also requires a lot of land and machinery. Therefore, despite technological advances, the number of people employed in the industry has remained high in recent years. Intensive farming requires a lot of money to be profitable. The high cost is due to labor and machine costs. Labor costs are high as workers must be hired who may not have experience in animal husbandry or agricultural technology. The high cost of machinery and equipment also adds to the cost of intensive agricultural operations. A major drawback of intensive farming is the heavy use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The use of chemicals leads to environmental pollution that is harmful to humans and animals. Ingestion of large amounts can cause health problems in humans and animals. Intensive farming provides more production in less space and effort, maximizing profits. Traditional farming requires more control and time. Fewer processes can be automated and yields cannot be maximized compared to intensive farming.