On the one hand, increasingly higher yields are being obtained from increasingly shrinking areas.
On the other hand, the producer has to bear the increasing costs of fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and license fees
for genetic seeds.
In addition, large areas of cultivable land are being used for generating renewable energy.
Water, drought and erosion are additional problems that the farmer has to deal with.
Many producers do not want to be at the mercy of the large companies supplying genetic seeds. Others have realized that an increased use
of chemicals is neither good for the product nor for the soil. In addition, a growing change in consumer demands cannot be ignored either.
Organic food will play an increasingly important role in the future.
This issue has become a real predicament for the farmer.
CyberScan is an option for using the energy reserves and possibilities of plants usefully and in an environmentally friendly manner. The self-healing powers of plants enable them to ward off pests. A fully functional energy system enables the plant not only to absorb nutrients properly but also to utilize them optimally.
2.6 billion people are dependent on the food production industry. More and more people need nourishment. Presently more than 800 million people are starving.
Mono-cultural intensive cultivation was successful in the previous decades by using a lot of energy and capital; However, environmental costs were never included in the calculations. Even the diversity of useful crops was reduced dramatically in order to give the preference to a few plants that were adapted to the new "Power-agricultural system".
CyberScan - perhaps a part of the future in the agricultural economy.