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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED), estimates that world agriculture production will see significant 1.5 percent growth annually in the next several years. As the global population continues to rise, a much greater demand is placed on the agriculture industry as whole. As food consumption consistently increases, farmers must adopt to these new demands. As a result, farmers have progressively become more dependent on fertilizers, seeds, and other chemicals which keep their harvests abundant and flourishing.

Early estimations point out that by 2050, the world population will exceed 3 billion people, and for farmers, this translates to more than 3 billion mouths to feed. While this is great news for the farming industry in general, many farmers throughout the United States are beginning to find serious issues in maintaining a healthy, productive crop. Two of the fastest growing agricultural setbacks come in the form of spider mites and powdery mildew. While vastly different, these two types of infestations can vastly reduce crop production, eventually leading to the demise of the entire harvest if left untreated.

To reflect to new needs of the farming industry, Growers Trust has developed two incredible products entirely organically, from all natural safe and effective ingredients found in nature. Through the combination of non-toxic chemicals found in the earth and careful testing in the laboratory, Growers Trust developed Spider Mite Killer and Powdery Mildew Killer to reflect the growing demand in the farming industry.

To boost productivity and longevity of harvests, hundreds farmers throughout the country have seen tremendous results from both Spider Mite Killer and Powdery Mildew Killer. As the population in the U.S. continues to surge and the demand for food continues to rise, farmers are projecting a profitable few years to come. However, maintaining productivity on these individual farms will lie in the ability to safeguard the crop from outside intruders. To learn more about how to protect your precious harvests, contact Growers Trust today!

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