From the Green Revolution, new techniques, fertilizers, irrigation methods drastically increased the yield of crops. Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug became known for his work by his contributions to increasing crop yields in places such as India and Pakistan, where the countries were on the verge of a food crisis with their population outpacing their food production. Due to better techniques and knowledge India and Pakistan managed to become self-sufficient, almost doubling their crop yield by the 1970s(1). Positively the Green Revolution had many developing countries that manage to survive their food crisis and have been able economically improve as well due to it. Now due to the progress of technology there have been many new methods and trends that are being developed for the future of agriculture. One of them is the use of new super GM plants that increase their photosynthesis speed up to 20%. This increase in speed have led researchers to believe that it will increase crop yield for corn, soybeans, and wheat to possibly a whopping 50%. Increasing efficiency of food production this may also help improve countries with poor economies by making them more self-sufficient and wealthier as a nation( ). Recently giant tech companies such as Google and IBM have been making pushes into agriculture to help farmers by using satellites and field data in order increase crop yield andprofits. By using satellite data farmers will be able to be more precise with their water and fertilizers decreasing water usage and chance of chemical runoffs( ). Scientist have been researching an bacteria, where it can be used to increase the crop yield, able to survive droughts, and is resistant to pests and diseases. These bacteria are able act as natural fertilizers and pest resistant and can potentially largely decrease usage in synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. By decreasing the usage of pesticides and fertilizers, farmers will be able to create a more healthier workspace and decrease the possibility of chemical runoffs. Already companies have implemented this new bacteria with great success with some claiming that microbe-coated seeds boosted the yield of cotton by 10%. Biopesticides such as fungi, bacteria, and virus can attack certain pests and control weeds as well. As of now chemical pesticides are one of the major pollutants of the environment as well as being health hazard due to possibilities of leaving residues. More so insects are able to evolve in ways that they will be resistant to the pesticides. In contrast biopesticides have been proven safer for both the environment and health, and are much more sustainable than chemicals. In addition microbial biopesticides have lower registration and developmental costs than the regular, conventional pesticides.