Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a system using biological, cultural, physical, and chemical tools to manage pests. Farmers use methods such as IPM, buffer zones, and reduced and no-till farming to protect the environment.
Decreasing Food Production Cost
Increased yields, reduced crop losses from pests and disease, and less spoilage after harvest are just some of the benefits of innovation in crop protection products that we all enjoy today. A reliable food supply on a large scale and at reasonable cost can only be guaranteed with the help of crop protection products. Although often taken for granted, without these important products, food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply and prices would rise. By making agriculture more productive, these tools help to keep food prices in check for the consumer and fruit and vegetables that were once seasonal are now in year-round abundance. Our markets and stores are full of food that is nutritious and more affordable than ever.