In practices are introduced and bans on urban

In
a few urban communities, urban agriculture already has an important role in
improving food security and expanding the accessibility of dietary food for the
urban poor. They continuously to play a role in food security, however, the
encroachment of urban sprawl onto farm land must be avoided they say. There is great
potential for urban agriculture to play a greater role in food security if pollution
is reduced, sustainable farming practices are introduced and bans on urban
farming is withdrawn, but these challenges may be difficult to overcome in
developing countries due to the lack of the necessary infrastructure.

 

This article also
explains about the planners tend to think that urban food growing is a messy
business, and have little understanding of peoples need to grow food in cities.
But others perception based a few article related for hundreds of millions of
urban people, it is a vital component of their livelihoods and during hard
times it is an important survival strategy, and city dwellers are increasingly
trying to persuade planners to give them space for growing crops. This is true but
not only in developing countries, but also increasingly in the developed
countries, particularly in cities where unemployment is endemic. In addition,
many people like to take the chance to invest some portion of their energy
growing things as a leisure pursuit in the cities.

 

Nowadays,
the situation of urban agriculture varies enormously amongst created and
creating nations. In cities in developed countries, urban agriculture is dominatingly
a recreational movement, instead of a dependable source of food. The cost of
urban farming is too great to provide in a variable alternative to the
supermarket. In developed cities food security is highly demanding, there is
little incentive for widespread adoption of urban farming. The productivity of
urban agriculture in developed countries will rely upon mechanical technologies
and relative food production costs. If food becomes costlier and supplies is
less secure, the advantages of urban agriculture may become more apparent.

 

 

 

As cities are grow, dietary are different. Most
of people who live in urban area are very demanding of diversity dietary,
including types of vegetables, fruits and meat, this type of foods are
increasingly consuming processed foods. These supply chain movements are
getting change and affecting all farmers from small to medium enterprises, and
consumers. A procedure has started, , which will continue for decades, that is
transforming the food systems from farm to fork.(Säumel
et al., 2012)

 

The major mission of urban agriculture based on
the author article is to feed the urban populations necessarily hinges on
estimations of how much food can be grown within a city area. The cities are
exploding by human growth in this worlds. Today, the more people are living in
urban areas than rural areas. More than 66 percent of the world’s people are
expected to live in cities by 2050, they very demanding for food for living
purposes. Especially in low- and middle-income countries like Asia, Africa, and
Latin America, to feeding urban populations has become an important and crucial
challenge. Despite their populations density, cities do have more potential for
food growing in that area.