Cluster Officers

  • University Name:
  • University Representative Name:
  • Farm Name:
  • Farm Representative Name:

Malaysia’s traditional agriculture has deep roots in the country’s rich cultural heritage and diverse natural landscapes. Historically, agriculture in Malaysia has encompassed a variety of practices, including rice cultivation, palm oil production, rubber tapping, and fruit farming. These traditional agricultural methods have sustained communities for generations and contributed significantly to Malaysia’s economy.

However, in recent years, Malaysia has recognized the importance of embracing green technology to enhance sustainability in agriculture. With growing concerns about environmental degradation, climate change, and resource depletion, there has been a progressive move towards adopting eco-friendly practices and technologies to mitigate these challenges.

One notable example is the adoption of precision farming techniques, which utilize data-driven approaches to optimize agricultural inputs such as water, fertilizers, and pesticides. By leveraging sensors, drones, and advanced analytics, Malaysian farmers can monitor crop health, soil conditions, and weather patterns more accurately, resulting in improved resource efficiency and higher yields.