Our main focus is to help governments and farmers to deal with Climate Change, which poses not only an existentialist threat to mankind, but also threatens food security, with all the consequences, which this entails. Our bio-fertilisers enable governments to change from chemical agriculture, which produces climate-warming greenhouse gases, to regenerative 100% organic farming, which turns the soil into a giant Carbon Sink for these greenhouse gases.
By acting as a Carbon Sink the soil becomes more fertile. Combined with organic farming techniques the bio-fertilisers restore soil structure and soil fertility and conserve water, which may be in short supply in the future. For more information about how the bio-fertilisers help to mitigate the effects of Climate Change click here.
We are very interested in working with governments to transform agricultural production throughout the country to 100% organic crop production. Not only will such projects benefit the population, but also mankind as a whole. We can provide a large Credit Fund to assist governments with such projects.
We Develop Agriculture with Regenerative Farming Techniques
“Regenerative Agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds, and enhances ecosystem services. It aims to capture carbon in the soil and aboveground biomass (plants), reversing current global trends of atmospheric accumulation and climate change. At the same time, it offers increased yields, resilience to climate instability, and higher health and vitality for farming and ranching communities.” Source: www.terra-genesis.com
Regenerative agriculture systems offer societal, economic, and environmental benefits. For example, regenerative agriculture:
- Increases farming productivity.
- Builds and improves soil health and fertility.
- Increases the production of nutrient-dense foods.
- Increases the land’s ability to filter and retain water.
- Decreases the amount of soil, water, and air pollution caused by agricultural practices.
- Improves habitat and biodiversity in wildlife and plants.
- Diminishes the effects of climate change.
- Decreases the amount of carbon in the air.
- Helps sustain Earth’s remaining natural resources.
- Helps achieve food security and food equity.