During the last five decades, the global food production has almost tripled, thanks to the advances in science and technology in agriculture. In India, over 60% of population depends on agriculture and allied activities for their livelihood. According to a study, the Indian population would reach 1.5 billion by 2030, the biggest challenge being to produce more and more from diminishing per capita arable land and irrigation water resources and expanding abiotic and biotic stresses.
Ensuring food security remains the top priority of everyone. While "go green" and "go organic" form the backbone of current food concerns, BioXGreen could play a pivotal role as a true sustainable alternative for agriculture and allied activities. BioXGreen could substitute the traditional usage of chemicals.
BioXGreen could also offer numerous advantages such as:
- 100% natural, safer alternative
- Lower energy consumption
- Zero burden to the atmosphere
- Improved production of compost and biomass
- Higher yield and better quality products free from chemical contamination