What's the Problem?
The agriculture industry has structurally undervalued the significance of pollination in maximizing fruit quantity and quality in spite of the fact that up to 70% of worldwide crops depend on bee pollination to produce fruits.
Lack of pollination can produce malformation, small-sized fruits, and fruit diseases that increase food waste and reduce farmer yields.
Additionally, the bee population is declining at an alarming pace and food demand continues to increase globally. Despite secular demand for food production with a reduced environmental footprint, there hasn’t been any innovation in the bee pollination services industry in several decades.