Our population is anticipated to expand by billions to billions by 2050, putting a strain on the farming economy. There are a lot of mouths to feed, but thanks to internet of things (or IOT) technology, we can improve food production by at least 70%. Farmers may utilise data and analytics to boost their food output. Farmers have access to GPS technology soil scanning data management as well as Tractors that can calculate how much soil moisture and sun plants require to thrive. Water sprinklers that are automatically turned on and off, and much more. All of these innovations add up to a more regulated and profitable farming operation with improved output and potential. Food producers will also be able to minimise waste, enhance live animal management and welfare, and better forecast weather patterns thanks to IoT technology. Fish farming and the foresty fleet may both profit from smart agricultural equipment. Small and big farms, as well as storage monitoring groups and business, are all joining the effort to make our food more nutritious. For example, Big Green is putting gardens in underserved schools, while Square Roots is educating young farmers how to grow food in shipping containers using LED illumination.