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About The Association of STEM Agriculture

The "Technological Agriculture Association", a registered non-profit organization in Hong Kong, was established in 2020.

In 2023, it was successfully recognized as a charity by the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department.

We have gathered a group of professionals to use their professional knowledge to promote the development of smart agriculture, and are committed to using technology to improve traditional breeding and planting methods, taking the first step towards Agriculture 4.0.

Agriculture 4.0

The Science and Technology Agriculture Association is committed to promoting smart agriculture 4.0. Agricultural upgrade solutions include automated production scheduling systems, real-time status analysis and alarm systems, patrol robots, floor washing robots, etc. More advanced ones include artificial intelligence growth monitoring systems and automated harvesting systems, which most agricultural companies in Asia generally do not have. In the current era of smart agriculture, people in the industry generally believe that with the development of society, traditional agriculture, with its simplicity and virtue, welcomes advanced technologies and production methods such as biotechnology, Internet\information technology, and smart technology, and continues to innovate and transform. , ushering in a new era of smart agriculture development. At present, new terms such as information technology, "Internet" and big data are no longer unfamiliar in the agricultural field.  

After its establishment, the association actively provides easy-to-practice scientific and technological agriculture courses/workshops in schools and communities. The curriculum design focuses on the connection between daily life and science and technology, and incorporates relevant learning elements from other learning areas such as operations, algebra, design and production, etc., to fully develop students' ability to synthesize and apply cross-scientific knowledge and skills.  

Science and technology agriculture courses can not only enhance students’ agricultural knowledge about STEM, but can also become a practice of affective education, cultivating students’ positive, positive, life-loving attitudes, and responsible carbon reduction and environmental protection behaviors.


Innovation: innovate traditional agriculture, improve crop yield and quality,

Let customers enjoy better food
Healthy food: providing fresh and high-quality agricultural products
Food Safety: Zero Pesticides
Local food: reducing carbon emissions
Green Living: Supporting Healthy Living
Protect the environment: support more tree planting and return land to forests

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international markets
Smart agriculture development

UK: Big data integrates precision agriculture
The British National Agricultural Association calls on: first, the government to achieve full broadband coverage in rural areas; second, to establish appropriate platforms and channels to summarize and analyze accurate information on agricultural production. Against the background of spending cuts, the British government still allocated £12 million for the project in the 2015 spring budget.

United States: Information technology supports agricultural development
Since the 1990s, the U.S. government has allocated more than US$1 billion every year to build agricultural information networks for technology promotion and online applications. High-speed Internet access in rural areas has become increasingly popular. The agricultural information system is becoming increasingly perfect, and a large number of agricultural information companies have emerged. These companies use agricultural big data released by the government to analyze and predict, and provide it to agricultural producers for farm production management and precision farming to improve production efficiency.

France: Building a big agricultural data system
France is the largest agricultural producer within the European Union and the second largest agri-food exporter in the world. After years of development, the French agricultural information database is now very complete, covering fields such as planting, fishery, animal husbandry, and agricultural product processing. At the same time, a "big agriculture" data system that integrates high-tech research and development, business market consulting, legal policy protection, and network applications is being built. Farmers can learn about basic agricultural information online without leaving home.

Germany: Actively supporting digital agriculture
According to statistics from the German Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing Federation, Germany invested 5.4 billion euros in agricultural technology in 2015. At this year's Consumer Electronics, Information and Communications Expo in Hannover, German software supplier SAP launched a "digital agriculture" solution that can display a variety of production information on a computer in real time, such as what crops are grown on a certain piece of land and the light the crops receive. Depending on the intensity, moisture and fertilizer distribution in the soil, farmers can optimize production and achieve increased production and income.

Association of expectations

Discussion on agricultural issues from an academic perspective and analysis of agricultural trends

Voice for Hong Kong's agriculture.

Main topics of concern include but are not limited to safe agriculture

Smart agriculture, agricultural policy, biotechnology,

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