In many respects, it starts with an agronomist. To begin with, we spell out what we are to grow in our business plan. It is defined by market conditions, crop rotation and smart agribusiness. You can't sow the same crop in the same field each year. True, there are farms in Argentina and the US where they have been growing corn for six generations. We don't know how to do that and we don't aim to achieve that.
Getting back to the agronomist. When the crop is defined, the rest is done according to the technological roadmap. We value the marginality of the crop, not its yields. It is not always clever to rely on crop yields. When we do something, we do it with a clear goal in mind. Right now, Khmelnitsky region leads in crop yields in Ukraine indeed. However, if we don't bring marginality into the equation, we won't achieve the desired result. Of course, there are plans on crop yields that agrarians need to meet as well.