Regenerative agriculture Defined

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Regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. It focuses on topsoil regeneration, increasing biodiversity, improving the water cycle, enhancing ecosystem services, supporting biosequestration, increasing resilience to climate change, and strengthening the health and vitality of farm soil.

Common Practices of Regenerative Agriculture Are:

  • Cover Crops
  • No Till Farming
  • Crop Rotation
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THERE IS A NEW OPTION!

Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate Applications:

EcoGEM’S Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate delivers on each of Regenerative Agriculture’s objectives:

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Soil Health: Remediate sodic and saline soils, minimize crusting and compaction, sequester heavy metals and eliminate aluminum toxicity. Improve porosity in soil, enhance fertilizer and water infiltration/containment, and provide needed macronutrients calcium and sulfur.

Water Management: The improved porosity enhances the infiltration of water during rainfall and irrigation. This can reduce irrigation water requirements by up to 30% and prevent the run-off of water, and fertilizers, post rainfall – minimizing algae blooms in nearby waterways.

Carbon/Greenhouse Gas Capture: Improved soils increase the organic material in the soil and this helps capture more carbon in the soil. Improved soil creates healthier and larger plants that also capture more carbon via photosynthesis.

All this while

  • Driving ROI: Crop Yield Increase, reduced water irrigation requirements, less fertilizer usage and does this organically with highly pure, organic Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate.

EcoGEM’s Soil Enhancer is a 3 in 1 Management System for Soil Health, Water and Carbon Capture.  It can provide solutions to enhance Regenerative agriculture.

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