TAD NewsDesk, New Delhi: Terra Verra, a company specializing in agricultural products is looking to bring some major change in the domain. It has announced its plan to bring out technology which will completely replace the need for pesticides.
Moreover, it will increase product safety and consumer confidence in the agriculture industry.
The highlights of Terra Verra are as follows:
- It ensures producers a safe, effective, and sustainable approach to rid crops of contaminants while preserving the quality and yield of their products.
Unwanted pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi can cause significant crop loss. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FOA) estimates that each year 20 to 40 percent of global crop production is lost or wasted due to plant diseases, animal pests, and weeds. Today, approximately 5.6 billion pounds of pesticides are used worldwide each year to preserve and protect against crop loss. Most available solutions to control and eliminate pathogens on crops are toxic substances that pose a significant contamination risk to the surrounding soil, water, non-target plants, and animals.
Terra Vera CEO and Co-Founder Carlos Perea said,
“Our mission is to improve the quality, consistency, and yield for any grower interested in more sustainable agricultural practices. Our systems typically pay for themselves in a matter of months by replacing expensive, and often toxic, chemical treatments and by increasing yields. Safe and sustainable practices like Terra Vera also help business leaders create consumer confidence and build brand value.”
Terra Verra has expanded its network in many places, currently, it has expanded its network in the following places:
- New Mexico
The company’s system is scalable for both large and small agricultural operations in a variety of growing methods: outdoor, indoor, and greenhouse. In addition, Terra Vera’s experienced team works closely with clients to ensure their agricultural solutions are compliant with federal and state-specific regulations.
For more information, one can visit their website terravera.com.
Source: Business Wire