"Problems" is somewhat unspecific, but there is some research to suggest that crops could be developed to alleviate some growing issues such as hunger and food. It is important, however, to be conscious of the environment when developing such crops. Resolving hunger and fueld problems while creating further environmental issues is ultimately counter-productive.
I do agree with Bill Gates that we can develop crops to help mitigate the problems. This will help when there is a drought or some sore of virus that effects the crops. With more crops that have been developed, it is much more unlikely that all would be effected.
We can develop crops to mitigate the problems. I agree with Bill Gates that we can develop crops to help fight the problems of hunger in our country. With the help of genetically modified crops we can ensure that we get more food to supply the hungry people of the world.
Yes, I agree with Bill Gates that we can develop crops to mitigate the problems, because we have already made great advancements in farming. We continue to make advancements in farming. Because of farming we can grow more crops in smaller spaces. The crops we grow are more nutritious. Bill Gates is right that crop development can mitigate social problems.
Of course we can as a species accomplish this kind of global food supply by developing certain crops. But we have to be committed to doing this even if it means sacrifice on our parts and paying more for one thing or another. Companies have to be willing to invest in such things.
Growing crops means prosperity for locals and more food in the supply chain. Whether the crops are grown for food, feed stock or biofuels there is cash to be had. Growing crops mitigates several problems all at once. The only difficulty is what happens when crops fail. Is there a way to insure farmers when there is a drought? Who starves when there is a bad drought or too much rain?
With the technological advancements of today it would be easy to see a future where crops develop resistances to the areas where they are planted. For instance a certain yield may be more resistant to drought, which spread to all the farmers in the area could provide more abundant crops. In areas with little natural issues, a higher yield can be produced based on better quality seeds.