Agriculture trends to watch for in 2023

By gobind In Uncategorized On January 8, 2023

The industrial agriculture has been ever-evolving over the last several centuries, with new seeds of innovation constantly being sown and reaped. Over the years, we’ve witnessed man and machinery joining production, and this is set to continue, as our priorities shift and the world’s landscape changes. 

While 2022 has flown by, we need to prepare for the year that stands ahead of us; it is imperative that you keep ahead of the curve in the farming equipment world, and Gobind is here to help! In this blog, we bring to you some agriculture trends that you really need to watch out for in 2023.

Let’s get started.

Sustainable Initiatives  

As we embark upon this new year, the sustainable goals in agriculture will only intensify. Year after year, the global mission to reach net-zero increases in urgency, and this is reflected in sustainable initiatives across all industries. Not only do companies carry a collective responsibility to save our planet, but consumers are also beginning to align exclusively with organisations that promote ethical, environmentally friendly practices. Therefore, it is in everyone’s best interest to think and act greener – and the agricultural machinery industry is no exception

IoT Technologies

IoT (Internet of Things) technologies are revolutionizing the way growers, advisors, agriculture retailers, and crop input manufacturers interact with farming. Technology that can oversee farmland and provide data on the value and productivity of vast areas is a massive improvisation that’s expected to happen this year and has already been started to implement.

Regenerative Agriculture 

With sustainable goals in mind, regenerative agriculture will take the centre stage this year. Regenerative agriculture focuses on maintaining soil health and is renowned for improving the resources it uses, rather than destroying or depleting them. For example, farmers are increasingly taking the ‘natural’ approach with minimal use of chemical fertilizers, ‘green’ water management and the active rotation of crops. Also, they are encouraged to plant a diverse range of products, in order to feed different nutrients into the soil which are quintessential to preserving it. 

But why is soil health so important –and even more so in 2023? Well, the trend portrays consumers’ increasing need for transparency; particularly within the agriculture industry, products are under intense scrutiny for the use of processed ingredients. Therefore, it is prudent that farmers hop onto the trend of regenerative farming, for the sake of both business and sustainability.


Bioengineering, through editing DNA and RNA, consists of technologically advanced tools that create genetically modified products. This allows farmers to produce a better yield that will eventually become more profitable. This not only can increase crop quality but can also potentially eradicate crop disease.

Water Management 

The continuous demand for water has led to the quest for different approaches to managing water in agriculture. Water management seeks to use water to provide crops and animals with the required water, enhance productivity and efficiency, and preserve natural resources to benefit ecosystem services.

The bottomline

Innovation and technology are only going to let us produce more and become more efficient. At Gobind, we keep technology at heart while manufacturing our products to better help and serve our farmers. We are focused on coming up with tech-based solutions that make their lives easier & convenient. With technologically advanced products like Gobind rotavators and Gobind paddy thresher, Gobind has created an entire ecosystem that caters to every stakeholder in the value chain.