It could reap considerable benefits, but the backlash could be severe.
As our biblically minded fellow Americans know, you reap what you sow.
Once you get sufficiently large, you can reap great efficiencies and thus boost profits.
"to cut grain with a hook or sickle," Old English reopan, Mercian form of ripan "to reap," related to Old English ripe "ripe" (see ripe). Related: Reaped; reaping.