Ecology applied to agriculture
Agroecology is the study of ecological processes applied to agricultural production systems. It suggest novel and efficient management approaches that will secure increased stability and increase the value of the land.
This regenerative, rather then extractive, model of agriculture, includes practices such as: no till farming, holisitc grazing management and synergic poly-cultures, seasonal crop rotations.
They can be used one their own or mixed depending on the current state of the land.
Intercropping and polycultures
Holistic Grazing and Animal Integration
Agroforestry Systems and Alley Cropping
Cover-crop and Mulching Techniques
Techniques such as riparian buffers, pond farming and the adoption of wetland species can restore or improve the productivity of wet areas. They may work as biomass banks particularly well due to the great productivty of these areas.
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If needed we can visit your land and create a tailored plan that will allow you to enjoy the benefits of natural ecosystems.