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Regenerative Agriculture

​Regenerative Agriculture Benefits

Regenerative agriculture is a formidable ally of the environment. It harmonizes with nature and has the potential to initiate a virtuous cycle within the ecosystem. By combining ancestral wisdom with modern science, this form of agriculture can foster the development of more resilient soils and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions effectively.

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How do farmers cultivate regenerative ecosystems?

Understand the Context

Understand the Context

Implementing regenerative agriculture principles should be tailored to fit the specific environmental, economic, and cultural context of each operation.

Minimize soil disturbance

Minimize soil disturbance

Reducing tillage, overgrazing, and excessive pesticide use can reverse degradation

Maximize plant diversity

Maximize plant diversity 

Including diverse species enhances soil health, biodiversity, and reduces pest susceptibility.

Keep the soil covered 

Plant cover protects soil, preserving health and organisms.

Keep the soil covered

Maintain living roots year-round

Continuous year-round plant growth enhances soil health, nutrient retention, carbon sequestration, and water quality.

Maintain living roots year-round

Integrate livestock

Natural pruning stimulates plant growth, while organic fertilizer attracts beneficial insects and livestock movement enhances nutrient cyclin.

Integrate livestock
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