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change of practice

It always starts with how we do things

Hydro-Retentive Fertiliser

Decompact and boost the soil biodiversity with an organic input bringing food and water to the root bulb. Accelerate the crop cycle. Make marginal land fertile within 5 years. Keep the mortality rate of newly planted trees to a minimum.

Animal Feed

Change livestock diet to reduce methane emission by up to 40%.

Rotational grazing

Time to rethink the segregation between culture and livestock.

Microbiome

Use "switchers" microbes to heal the soil, get rid of pests and weeds while increasing carbon sequestration.

Feedlot shading

Decrease the stress of your livestock by providing simple shading solutions.

minimal tillage

Certain things are better kept into the ground. Reducing tillage to a minimum helps increasing the quality of the soil.

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