Time’s up: climate change scenarios are there for all of us to see.
Our primary objective is to protect the resources at our disposal. Now.
Let’s move our gaze to the Flowers. It is possible to use existing flowers as a natural resource, enhancing their function and role, creating useful synergies for biodiversity and the environment itself.
It is essential to return to a genuine cultivation method and to the use of only natural products for the prevention of parasitic attacks and for the proliferation of weeds.
We at Arboswiss are also committed to guaranteeing natural balances and increasing biodiversity, in an area now infected by human chemical intervention and by incorrect management of the environment and the territory.
Every vegetable space is directly affected by the pollination carried out by bees, responsible for about 70% of the pollination of all living plant species on the planet.
“We are used to thinking of bees only as honey-producing insects, who live in the infamous beehives where one of Mother Nature’s most impressive organizations exists. But in reality there are more than 20,000 species of wild bees, all pollinators and therefore essential for the reproduction of hundreds of thousands of plant species, as well as essential for the productivity of about 85% of crops.”
Bees build our future and must be defended. Every action in this sense is important.
We at Arboswiss have set ourselves the goal of increasing the use of natural flowery meadows, and avoiding synthetic insecticides. We deem it appropriate to integrate the “green scenario” with particular attention to seasonality, to ensure abundant flowering from early spring to late autumn.
We cannot afford to forget and damage the biological and natural function for the sole aesthetics of the green space and its commercial and productive use.
We need a major collective change and sustainable solutions.
We support teams documenting the destructive impacts of industrial agriculture on the planet. Let’s give voice to the biodiversity we risk losing.