Sustainable & ecological agriculture on a mass-scale
Developing the sustainable, ecological production of field crops for human consumption, which would serve as a role model for agriculture on a mass-scale applicable worldwide, is just what we have set out to do on our 4,000 hectares of fertile farmland in Serbia.
Our large-scale sustainable farming project is based on ecological processes, biodiversity and crop cycles adapted to local conditions. It avoids the input of substances that have any harmful effects. The approach combines tradition, innovation and science, while promoting fair trade and a high quality of life for all stakeholders.
We aim to achieve:
- Improvements in the quality and fertility of soil
- organic production of high-quality field crops
- establishment of wide crop rotation to control pests, conserve nutrients and protect against erosion
- protection of the environment, natural resources (soil-water-air) and biodiversity
- conservation of energy and raw materials
- creation of new job opportunities in agriculture
- development of new and innovative crop production practices
- food security and access to healthy, affordable nourishment for the general population
With our model of organic farming we also wish to set an example which will attract the local population, inspire them towards healthier nutritional habits and new perspectives on sustainable farming practices, which will in the long-run be transferred to and adopted by the next generations. This kind of shift in agricultural paradigm could bring about considerable and vital social change for the entire local community. Moreover, it presents new employment opportunities and other economic benefits, that could reduce the issues related to emigration which represent one of the main challenges facing Serbia.
In short, the purpose of this ambitious project is to establish an abundant nature-friendly farming method, which will at the same time ensure the well-being of our environment, ecosystems and people.
This project is supported by various experts in the field. Among them:
– Prof. Dr. Nebojša Momirović, full professor at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture in Zemun, Department of Agroecology and Agrotechnics, owner of Zeleni Hit d.o.o. from Belgrade, specialist for sustainable and organic farming systems.
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