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We developed artificial intelligence to apply the agrochemical only in the right place and not over the whole lot, contaminating the crop. contaminating the crop. This allows the farmer to obtain crops that are less contaminated with chemical residues, quality and significantly save one of the most important costs of their productive activity.

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A brighter future for agriculture…

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A more sustainable future for the world…

The use of water for agricultural purposes is a central issue in any discussion on water resources and food security. On average, agriculture uses 70% of the water withdrawn in the world, and we are talking about freshwater. A large portion of this of this represents water used for irrigation, but 20% is water used for agrochemical application that is contaminated by the chemical. by the chemical. It causes contamination of both water resources and biota, due to the presence of carcinogens and other poisons. carcinogens and other poisons. In some cases it can produce dysfunction in the ecological system by loss of predators due to inhibition of reproduction. reproduction. Effects on public health by feeding infected fish. In groundwater it can have serious consequences if it reaches a water supply well. Projections indicate that the world's population will exceed 10 billion by 2050 and, whether in urban or rural areas, it will be necessary to meet the basic needs of the world's population. rural areas, the basic food and fiber needs of these people will have to be met. It is estimated that agricultural production will have to increase by 70% by 2050 and, as a consequence of rising incomes in much of the developing world, there will be an increase in food consumption, will lead to an increase in consumption of calories and more complex foods. If this expansion does not occur at the expense of large-scale large-scale land-use change and the consequent impact on carbon emissions, agriculture will have to intensify. intensify.

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