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Lebanon has a rich history of traditional agriculture dating back thousands of years. The country’s diverse climate and fertile land have supported the cultivation of a wide range of crops, including olives, grapes, citrus fruits, and vegetables. Traditional farming methods, such as terracing and irrigation systems, have been passed down through generations, allowing farmers to maximize yields and adapt to the region’s varying landscapes.
In recent years, Lebanon has increasingly embraced green technology to enhance sustainability in agriculture. With growing concerns over climate change and environmental degradation, there has been a concerted effort to modernize farming practices and reduce the ecological footprint of agriculture.
One significant advancement is the adoption of precision farming techniques, which utilize cutting-edge technologies such as drones, GPS, and sensors to optimize resource use and minimize waste. These technologies allow farmers to precisely monitor soil conditions, water usage, and crop health, enabling them to make data-driven decisions and increase efficiency.