Why Regenerative Agriculture Can Benefit The Soil, Ecosystems & The Atmosphere
The aim of regenerative agriculture is to put the health of the soil at the heart of all proceedings.
No artificial chemical use for fertilisers and biocides.
Breaking the ground after a harvest disrupts soil structure and the below ground ecosystems.
To stop soil erosion and water evaporation, soil needs to be covered with plants.
Rather than huge fields of one crop as far as the eye can see, a more natural approach is to have a diversified
Use of Animals
Grazing rotation and the physical movement of animals is fantastic for the soil beneath.
Check out our comprehensive guide to learn more about regenerative agriculture.