Today, food safety is an issue that affects the entire production and logistics chain in the food industry. With globalization, food travels thousands of kilometers and can carry contagion of dangerous diseases.
However, there is an aspect that is little discussed and yet, in recent times, has been acquiring greater importance. Despite all the traceability standards, hygiene and safety rules that farmers can implement in their fields, food security is also affected by the large amount of agrochemicals used in traditional agriculture.
Many farmers are transitioning to less invasive production systems, moderating applications, jointly using organic products or opting for a radical change and converting their fields to organic production zones.
However, this comes at a cost. The conversion from conventional to organic crops, for the most part, represents a setback at least for a time, since the entire system must adapt to this new strategy, soils are often deficient in nutrition and pests require a completely different management. This often means a higher cost and a decrease in productivity in the short term.
Technology provides tools that support the development of new strategies in agriculture, thus allowing us to explore the changes necessary to meet the demands of today’s consumers.
Kyminasi Plant Booster enters this scene with an innovative proposal that allows reducing the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, while maintaining or even increasing production. Its frequency system allows the plant to utilize the nutrients and water more efficiently, aligning itself with its full potential. In this way, farmers can reduce the need for external support, promoting more abundant crops and more vigorous plants.
Kyminasi Plant Booster works hand in hand with all the efforts made to achieve healthy products, supporting the reduction of the use of pesticides and promoting a safer agriculture, both for the consumer, as well as for the farm workers and communities.
By Arantza Castro
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