For nature's sake
Our world does not turn faster but everything that people do globally is experiencing a speed in unprecedented form. The population is also growing rapidly. Currently, we have a global demographic growth of 78 million people per year and according to the UN, by the year 2050, there will be approximately 9.7 billion people living on the globe.
Producing food for such a large number of people is an incredibly challenging task for the food industry operating around our planet.
In particular, the preservation of nature must be in the foreground despite the highest economic strain of the earth.
The call of the world population for high-quality food is getting more and more predominant.
There is an urgent need for humanity to integrate into nature so that we can disrupt the destruction of our planet and turn to the better.
Prohibitions on the use of pesticides and herbicides, as well as gradual tightening of the guidelines for natural cultivation and the lack of manpower in agriculture, create new demands on technology.
The development of work tools from practice for the practice and the claim to reconcile man, machine and nature is our orientation for the future.