Mexico and all of Latin America play a critical role in food security since they produce 13% of food consumed worldwide, for this reason measures must be taken to reduce environmental pollution and create sustainable food systems where the right one is given care for water, soil and subsoil. Through environmental management programs stipulating the measures, procedures and techniques of sustainable safety that will be carried out for the treatment of land and water used for planting and harvesting different foods. For this reason, agro-biodiversity is necessary, that is, agricultural systems used in favor of caring for the environment.
Solar energy has numerous benefits which places it as one of the most important since it is renewable, non-polluting and is available throughout the planet, where it contributes to the sustainable and sustainable development of the environment, in the same way It becomes an ideal tool for use in isolated network points, rural areas or difficult to access. This energy prevents global warming since it reduces the use of fossil fuels, energy imports, is modular and versatile at the same time, for this reason in 2010 solar panels were installed in the packaging area of Agricola Dofra to generate sustainable energy and Non-polluting to contribute to the care of the environment and in turn to saving energy.
In Agricultural Dofra 100% organic anti-pests are implemented since they have a wide range that acts in a systematic and contact way, their components are extracted from plant substances and the great biological activity, allows it to be applied in a preventive and curative way in the stages of cultivation and post-harvest. These products generate a great benefit for the correct growth and development of the plant since it can be applied in aerial parts such as at the root of the plant, generating greater control of the pest, destroying the fungal cell wall and activating the action systematic immunological capacity of the plant.
One of the sustainable practices to contribute to the care of the environment is undoubtedly the destiny that is given to the materials that are used in the sowing and harvesting of the jicama, therefore the importance of carrying out the separation and collection of waste during the season using different collection techniques for organic and inorganic materials. Organic waste is collected and collected in a special container to make compost and / or fertilizers. While inorganic materials such as plastic, cardboard and paper are collected and stored and then sent to recycling factories so that they can be recycled and reused to produce products such as packaging, automotive parts, decorative products, etc.