organic regenerative farming

healthy and
sustainable production

have you ever heard of Regenerative Organic Farming?

it is a permaculture-like technique that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques, mimicking natural processes to regenerate soil exploited by intensive agricultural practices for healthy, quality products.

the model of intensive agriculture adopted since the postwar period in Italy and around the World was aimed at maximizing yields. Without any concern about the negative effects associated with over-exploitation of the soil. thus, the use of heavy irrigation, chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and excessive mechanization made it almost sterile, demineralizing and leaching it.

with Regenerative Organic Farming, natural cycles are reactivated, transforming the soil into a viable, mineral-rich and microbiologically rich humus. The goal is to make it suitable again for healthy, hardy plants with healthy, quality fruit but without being exploited.

Organic and Regenerative Agriculture bases its work on soil regeneration and proper plant nutrition, crossing good practices with modern scientific knowledge.

in order for it to return to its full vitality and efficiency, action must be taken on minerals, organic matter and microbiology, the fundamental elements of soil fertility. this is achieved through the combined action of organic agricultural practices for plant nutrition and crop defense, supported by biological and mineral enrichment of the soil with specific natural preparations.

What we are inspired by: the charter of principles and values of organic and regenerative agriculture

regenerating the soil

implement practices that increase soil fertility, which can be quantified by increased organic carbon, increased endowment and availability of mineral elements, and increased microbiological diversity. in hill and mountain soils, choose systems and techniques that limit soil erosion. adopt scientific, innovative and experimental practices that enhance local specificities and cultures, drawing from the traditions of the territories.

regenerate ecosystems and biodiversity

to operate by decreasing environmental contamination from synthetic chemicals by enhancing the land's farm wastes through self-production of technical means, revaluing local genetic resources, and efficiently managing water and agro-sylvo-pastoral resources. to ensure that plants receive cultivation care and treatments that promote their health over time and their constant physiological balance. 

regenerating relationships among living beings

act in care and respect for the dignity of people and animals. foster working and exchange relationships based on the protection of rights and transparency.

regenerating knowledge

to promote knowledge as a collective good in continuous transformation and evolution, to be acquired and transmitted in a dimension of openness and interaction with others.

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