Smart agriculture is a critical part of the modern economy and is well on its way to revolutionizing traditional agriculture.

The use of modern information technology, such as the Internet of Things, to improve agricultural production management is a key initiative in transforming and upgrading agriculture globally.

However, the development of smart agriculture is still facing several constraints, which require addressing through measures such as accelerating the construction of agricultural and rural information infrastructure.

To accelerate the construction of smart agriculture, governments at all levels must do a good job of top-level design. Through unified planning, effective constraints and restrictions on the industry can be achieved to ensure that the development of smart agriculture is not interfered with by external factors.

It is also essential to plan the demonstration base of wisdom agriculture planting actively and reasonably and ensure the necessary construction input through investment to improve the enthusiasm of farmers' application.

Moreover, the development of smart agriculture requires the support of certain resources and equipment, which necessitates strengthening the construction of rural information infrastructure to ensure that farmers can use advanced production tools in their production.

Smart agriculture is characterized by several key features. Firstly, agricultural production factors are digitalized and online, enabling the whole process of agricultural production to be precisely controlled and automated using advanced sensing technology, intelligent processing, and remote control technologies.

This leads to improved product quality and production efficiency, saves labor costs, and reduces the waste of resources. Secondly, agricultural decision-making is big data-driven, and intelligent.

By making full use of big data technology and artificial intelligence, we can process and organize the data, form an expert knowledge base, generate optimal decisions, and ensure that the whole process of agricultural production decision-making is data-driven and intelligent.

Thirdly, smart agriculture is characterized by 24-hour personalized and targeted services. Through the construction of agricultural cloud computing platforms and regionalization modules, the agricultural system is equipped with autonomous computing capability, improving the computing speed of the agricultural system and getting feedback results quickly.

The intelligent agricultural system can provide online services around the clock, greatly improving the practicality and relevance of the intelligent agricultural system. Fourthly, agricultural management is creditable and secure.

Blockchain technology, with its features such as "no falsification", "full traceability", and "traceability," has laid a solid foundation of "trust" for food safety traceability and a large amount of data information, making agricultural management creditable and secure.

Finally, smart agriculture encompasses the whole region and is ubiquitous. Intelligent agriculture uses information technology in the whole process and the whole region, instead of relying on human labor, to carry out agricultural production and operation in a scientific and intelligent way.

This enables us to overcome the shortcomings of traditional production and improve agricultural production efficiency and product quality.

By vigorously strengthening the intensification and organization of agricultural production and promoting equipment and facilities, we can equip agriculture with various intelligent equipment and modern agricultural machinery to replace human and animal power operations, thereby entering the stage of mechanization-led agricultural production.

Smart agriculture is a promising area that can transform traditional agriculture into a more efficient, productive, and sustainable industry. To achieve this, we need to adopt modern information technologies and strengthen the construction of rural information infrastructure to ensure that farmers can use advanced production tools in their production.

By doing so, we can ensure that smart agriculture is not interfered with by external factors and that it continues to thrive and revolutionize traditional agriculture for years to come.