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Advantages for producers :

-Increased crop yield and quality: Significant increase of crop yield. The overall quality of crops also improves, including increased sugar content, BRIX values, better look and taste, healthier plants, transportability, extended shelf time. Higher product value can be obtained form the same land.

-Water management: Efficiency of irrigation influences directly the efficiency and costs of water management, including the quantity of water used, energy consumption of irrigation processes, investment and running casts of equipment used, labour costs. Less water is sufficient to produce similar yields, a key element in countries with limited water supplies.

-Decrease of production costs: increased yield may be obtained with less investment and operating costs, and reduced use of costly production technologies, drugs and additives. No major investment is needed in equipment, bioengineering, chemical products or additional labour costs to produce the same or improved yield. Less waste is produced throughout the entire value chain.

-Decrease of food waste: Improved plant health results in reduced food waste during production processes. Improved transportability, extended shelf time helps limit considerably food waste during production, logistics, in commercial units and households.

-Competitive advantages: Higher yields, improved product quality is obtained with the reduction of overall production costs, decreased environment stress and health hazards. Improved quality together with extended product transportability and shelf time make possible to reach new export markets. The introduction of Water2Farm into agriculture processes is a modest investment compared to macro level gains obtainable. The combined effect of the above on competitivity in both small and large production facilities, and at macroeconomic level, may become a strategic issue on country level.

-Impact on Import / export: Dependency on import can be reduced through increased yields and reduced production and logistic costs. Export capabilities can be increased through improved competitivity and extended logistic capabilities.

-Small producers, biocultures: One key pillar in the agricultural landscape of a country is typically the large number of small producers, active primarily on the local market. On the other hand, every country relies extensively on domestic products, that constitute a key element in the food supply chain, especially in low income segments of the population. Production costs, plant health and the amount of food waste, transportability of goods are key elements in the competitivity of small producers.

Policies and Macroeconomy :

-Decrease of ecological footprint: More intensive agriculture leads to climate change, desertification, decreasing water supplies, excessive use of fertilizers and chemicals that in turn overload the soil. This process may be further aggravated in countries expecting demographic boom. Water2Farm may be primarily significant in areas where plant health, production costs, available water supplies are at critical levels. In such cases irrigation efficiency is not only a question of profitability, but a decisive factor to address social and environmental challenges. Water2Farm is not a miracle tool, but more efficient irrigation and water management, coupled with decreasing stress on the environment is an opportunity to tackle several problems at the same time. Water2Farm may make a significant contribution in the mitigation of climate change through plants better CO2 absorption capabilities.

-Social values, public health: Improvement in quality and internal content of agricultural products (including antioxidants, trace elements and vitamin), their increased transportability makes possible to reach more people in geographically disperse areas, without compromising on the quality of the products. Considerably better and healthier products may become available to larger portions of the population, including low-income segments, and in turn may have significant effects on social conditions, food supply and public health.

-Land management: With increased yields and less food waste, less land is needed to produce the quantity of products needed for a given population.

-Soil recultivation: According to experience in Pilot installations, soil regeneration processes and biodiversity improved significantly (especially regarding humus and bacteria) following irrigation with treated water.

-Sustainable production, quality of life: Water2Farm may help propagate sustainable, environment friendly industrial production and improve people's commitment towards green technologies, social sensibility, and the decrease of technology related health hazards.

-Effect on CO2 quota: Used on a larger scale, Water2Farm may help meet regional and country level CO2 quota by improving plants capability to absorb CO2 with reinforcing photosynthesis processes and plants intake of nutrients and other elements.

-Variety of use: Water2Farm can be deployed in various economic and social environment, under different climate and water management conditions. It does not require skilled labour, maintenance need is minimal. Water2Farm can contribute to both state of the art and underdeveloped production facilities.

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