One billion people suffer from starvation – 14% of the world’s population. It is estimated that in the near future the world will be populated by 9.6 billion people. Therefore there exists a great challenge to make sure all these people can be fed.
The magnitude of the challenge stems not only from the numerical growth of the world population, which will require the world to produce all the food that has been produced in the previous 6,000 years to feed us in the next 40 years. However geographical distribution of the growth, changes in dietary habits of the developing world population and climate change also present difficult challenges to solve the problem.
Most of the growth in the world’s population will be concentrated in developing countries, which have experienced a sharp rise in the standard of living. As a result, meat and dairy consumption in these countries will double in the near future, and the proportion of meat from the world’s average food basket will increase from 9% to 14%. The 70 percent increase in food production compared to its current level will be more difficult due to the climate changes brought about by the human race: the arable land per capita is expected to fall from 4 hectares to 1.3 hectares and the change in weather may double the prices of agricultural commodities. The cumulative significance of a dramatic increase in the world’s food needed on the one hand and the expected decline in land and water resources, on the other hand, will require a sharp increase in productivity, i.e. significant improvements in agricultural technology, to meet the task.
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Our unique Growth System uses an aeroponics system to mist the roots of our greens with smart nutrients, water, and gases. We are constantly monitoring all of the macro and micro nutrients for our plants to provide them with everything that they need to thrive. Our unique growth system is unrivalled and exemplary due to providing high nutritional value, organic output and cost-saving over standard feeds. Our unique system requires significantly less space compared to traditional growing methods while also not being affected by climate.
“Future of Agriculture and Livestock”