Biological farming is for everyone. Whether it’s a family farm or a commercial farm, whether it uses conventional or organic methods. For those who have just entered the path of regenerative agriculture as well as those who have made considerable progress in its pursuit. Everyone can improve the quality of their soil. And everyone stands to benefit.
Biological farming is advantageous for the entire food supply chain, starting from agricultural producers, through food processors, to consumers.
It meets consumer expectations and the aspirations of the Common Agricultural Policy as well as the European Green Deal. In line with the Farm to Fork Strategy, which is at the heart of the European Green Deal, the use of agricultural chemicals should be significantly reduced (e.g. the use of pesticides by 50% and fertilisers by 20%). The strategy also aims to promote biodiversity and efficient management of natural resources, as well as reduce nutrient losses by at least 50%, while ensuring no deterioration in soil fertility.
The New Common Agricultural Policy as of 2023 will support small and mid-sized farms, promoting environmental and climate action.