Use of slurry with eco-sustainable practices (injected into the ground)
The use of slurry in agricultural terrain is highly important from the standpoint of a circular economy.
Reuse of green waste in fields
Green waste returns carbon and nutrients to the ground in a well-balanced way.
Reuse of wood chips in fields
Wood chips can be buried in the form of pruning scraps or woodchips to significantly increase the content of stable carbon in the ground.
Vermicompost is the product of the decomposition process of organic matter using different types of worms including Eisenia fetida, Enchytraeus buchholzi, and other earthworms capable of transforming vegetable residues and food waste into soil improver.
Compost is an amendment that derives from the bio-oxidation and humification of a mixture of organic materials
Rotation is the cultivation of different crops in the same field in successive growing seasons.
Biochar is a vegetable carbon obtained from the pyrolysis of different types of vegetable biomass.
Green manure with brassicaceae
The sowing and the subsequent burial or shredding of a crop that belongs to the Brassicaceae family.
Green manure with nitrogen-fixing crops
Green manuring is an agronomic practice that consists in sowing an herbaceous crop with pure or associated essences, which are then totally buried or chopped.It has the function of fertilising the next crop or the trees planted in the soil sown
This technique entails adding herbaceous species to productive systems with the main goal of keeping the ground covered by vegetation.