Industry leaders in the seed production space are now looking at alternate pollinators, types of solitary bees, that do a better job at producing seeds.
Ogden, UT (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
Company representatives with MasonBeesForSales.com announced today that it will now play a vital role in increasing the amount of food in the world by entering the seed market.
“We're going after this market,” Ryan Merrill, executive for MasonBeesForSales.com. “It's a huge, huge market.”
What's happening, Merrill noted, is that the mason bees are being used in research in regards to using them for feeding the world by increasing the amount of seed in the world.
“If you take a look at the world and see who needs a tremendous amount of seed every single year you get places, such as China, India, United States, and Indonesia. They have huge populations and the demand for seed has not only grown, but it has exploded because the world population is exploding,” Merrill said.
The executive said his company needs more people to join in and work with them in regards to what's available as far as natural pollinators in coming up with new ways to increase the seed.
“Industry leaders in the seed production space are now looking at alternate pollinators, types of solitary bees, that do a better job at producing seeds,” Merrill said. “In essence we're going out and we're going to try to increase the amount of food in the world. There is tremendous demand for this, and we’re full steam ahead in this market.”
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