Microcomputers are commonplace in all businesses, including agriculture. Computer knowledge is becoming increasingly important for competitiveness in business, education and research. Microcomputers in agriculture today are used to keep inventories, financial and health records, production records, and budgets. All influence the management decision making process. Agriculture is also on the forefront of computerized information exchange among producers, researchers, extension personnel and other technology groups. Through computers, agriculturalists are able to reach more marketplaces, a larger clientele, and have direct access to large databases of information.



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