Soil health

Healthy soils are a number one priority in order for us to be able to produce food and feed a growing population. Therefore, we must ensure that our soil is well and also understand how it is affected by different cultivation methods.

Catch the carbon

Carbon storage has been in focus in recent years. The agricultural business has the opportunity to act as a carbon sink, which means absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it in the crop and later in the ground by growing crops. Storing carbon and getting a harvest-enhancing effect in return is not a quick fix, it takes a long time to increase the soil content. It is important to see carbon storage and soil elevation as a long-term investment in the arable land.

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