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    Posted June 18, 2015 by

    Kion Kashefi Announces Development of New Specialty Products for Agricultural Industry

    Kion Kashefi has announced the development and introduction of a line of new specialty products for use in the agricultural industry. The products aim to accomplish a number of goals, including the ability to use water at a more optimal rate during water shortages.

    Although the agricultural industry is founded on principles that go back countless generations, Kion Kashefi has continued to develop and implement new specialty products for use by clients looking to improve or streamline their processes. It is therefore no surprise that Kashefi has announced that he is now making a new line of specialty products available to those in the agricultural industry, believing that this new line of products will benefit clients dealing with the unique and sometimes unfamiliar elements forcing agricultural professionals to change the nature of their operations.

    “In any industry, a willingness to adapt is always absolutely necessary,” said Kashefi. “Although agriculture is an industry that has been a part of every stage of human development, it is still one that requires continual innovation. It is my belief that this new line of specialty products will benefit agricultural professionals, especially those who have found it difficult to deal with rapidly changing conditions.”

    The drought in California is undoubtedly among the changing conditions that Kashefi references, and it is indeed the case that Kashefi’s line includes innovative products for maximizing water usage for agricultural purposes. In fact, there are many products that are designed to optimize water usage during times of shortages, which is an important development given the extensive nature of the drought and the potentially damaging consequences that could result.

    “The agricultural industry is filled with innovators, and many of the clients I interact with are constantly adapting their practices to be more efficient in just about every regard,” said Kashefi. “The California drought certainly represents a challenge, but it is one that we are all working to meet head-on so that we can all continue to provide the goods and services that sustain so many.”

    Kashefi has said on many occasions that environmental factors are often a prime consideration in the development of new product lines, and the drought has certainly spurred a fair amount of innovation. He is quick to point out, however, that the design of products aimed at reducing water consumption has been in the works for quite some time, saying, “The entire agricultural industry is concerned with sustainable practices, and we have been working on developing methods and products to consistently improve the practices used in agriculture long before the onset of the drought.”
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