Definition of Regenerative Agriculture

Definition of Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Organic Agriculture promotes plant and soil health through biodiversity and balance of natural systems. We work with nature, not against her.

There are two main agricultural systems in the world today. The dominating industrial system, known as ‘Conventional,’ is based on Chemistry and employs synthetic poisonous chemicals to kill biological ‘threats’ like weeds, disease & insects.

Regenerative Organic Agriculture uses Biology to build soil organic matter and promote thriving ecosystems. Instead of seeking to kill off plants, insects, pathogens or microorganisms, Regenerative Organic Agriculture increases biological activity to produce abundant yields while stewarding the Earth.

Regenerative Organic Agriculture makes the earth better today than it was yesterday, everyday.

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