INTRODUCTION OF NANO-BIOSENSORS IN AGRICULTURESECTOR
In a varied variety of research fields and our everyday lives, nanotechnology has arisen as a gift to mankind. In comparison to traditional biosensors, the use of nanotechnology in the development of biosensors results in a highly effective nano-biosensor with a small structure. In order to track agrochemicals release in pest and pathogen protection, it detect the existence of plant viruses, assess the soil nutrient content and release Nano-encapsulated slow release fertilizers without wasting them with Nano-sensing and Nano-based smart distribution systems. As a result, there is a lot of hope that such machines can help sustain agriculture by increasing production and productivity. In a vast array of fields of research and in our everyday lives, nanotechnology has emerged as a gift to mankind. As nanotechnology is used to advance biosensors, it results in a more robust nano-biosensor with a smaller structure than traditional biosensors. Nano-biosensors may detect a broad range of herbicides, fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides, moisture, bacteria and soil pH, among other things. When used properly and in a managed manner, nano-biosensors can help to promote sustainable agriculture and increase crop productivity..
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