THE CHALLENGES

AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION
CHALLENGE
According to the UN, the world population will be over 9 billion by 2050, and agricultural production must grow by 70% in order to avoid food scarcity.
POLLINATORS ARE
DISAPPEARING

Natural pollinators have declined in numbers and diversity; 75% fewer flying insects exist compared to 25 years ago, 30% of insect species are in danger of extinction

 Managed bees are facing Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).
FOOD DEPENDENCY
ON POLLINATION
About 75% of the world’s crops rely on animal pollination.
BEE POLLINATIONS HAVE NATURAL CONSTRAINTS
Honey bees can only work in optimal weather conditions: t+15C, no rain, daylight; attractiveness of the crop relative to the competing flora.
SYNCHRONIZED BLOOM FOR CROSS POLLINATION
Plant cross pollination requires more than one variety planted and treated in an orchard; bloom desynchronization results in lower yields.
INEFFICIENT USAGE OF
AGRI REAL ESTATE
The financial return of pollinizer cultivar in deciduous is lower in comparison with main cultivar, 11%-50% of the land is interplanted with low return cultivars.