. What is Commercial Farming
Commercial agriculture, or differently known as agribusiness, is a cropping method in which crops are raised and animal are raised in order to deal the products on the demand in order to make money.
In this type of farming, a lot of capital is invested and large-scale crops are grown in huge farms, using new technologies, machinery, irrigation systems and chemical fertilizers. The introductory characteristic of commercial agriculture is that high doses of new inputs are used for high productivity, similar as high yielding varieties, diseases, germicides, fungicides, weed killers, and so on.
In commercial agriculture, crops are in high demand, i.e. crops that need to be exported to other countries or are used as raw materials in industries are produced basically. In addition, the extent of farming marketing differs from region to region.