In this day and age, delays in arrival of rainy season, long droughts, the bad quality of the soils, disappearance of a number of species, global warming, a greater incidence of plagues and illnesses, reduction in yields; represent only part of the evidence by which we realize that climate change affects agricultural activities.
Concretely, and with regard to the production of Blue Agave Tequilana Weber, according to a study conducted in 2007, half of the surveyed agricultural workers or farmers claimed that losses due to pests and diseases are now higher than in the past; however, they could not explain the cause using traditional knowledge, and at that point, they turned to agrochemical suppliers, neglecting the incorporation of nutrients and fertilizers.
We believe that the ecological disasters we are suffering are not as tragic as the disaster of indifference.
We have become conscious that each one of us, must BE the change we want to see reflected in the world, therefore, within our radius of action and impact, we have assumed responsibility for the part that concerns us... and it must be said, it is far from being the solution; however, we are encouraged to know that it is one element of a sum to begin a Domino effect, without which the result would not be complete.
Now we shall see, what our true contribution will be, when we promote the demand of organic products by manufacturing "Tequila Tierras Auténticas de Jalisco".