Crop production is the most important topic in agriculture today. Human activities have resulted in an increase in greenhouse gases, which has led to more extreme weather conditions and other consequences.
As the world population continues to grow, the demand for food will only increase. But with climate change and other environmental factors making traditional farming more difficult, it’s clear that we need to find sustainable ways to produce food.
Collectivization of agriculture is not a new idea. In 1909, the first kibbutz was created on the premise of collective ownership and labor. In the 1930s, Stalin introduced state-owned collective farming in Russia.