A comprehensive agricultural system that prioritizes soil health, food quality and biodiversity enhancement.

AGSO Regenerative farming concept is an agricultural approach that aims to regenerate soil health, improve ecosystem diversity, and increase resilience to climate change. It involves practices that mimic the natural processes of the ecosystem, such as crop rotation, cover cropping, intercropping, reduced tillage, and the integration of livestock.

Our farmers prioritize the health of the soil as the foundation of our farming practices, as we believe that a healthy soil system is essential for producing nutrient-dense food, mitigating climate change, and preserving biodiversity.

Our farming system also involves reducing or eliminating the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides, and instead relying on natural inputs, such as Black Soldier Fly’s Frass (compost), manure, and other organic matter. By reducing the use of harmful chemicals and focusing on building healthy soil, our farming aims to improve the long-term sustainability of agricultural production.

Overall, our farming method is a holistic and integrated approach to farming that prioritizes the health of the soil, the environment, and the community. It seeks to create a more resilient and sustainable food system that benefits both farmers and consumers.

Our farming practices has a wide range of benefits for the environment, human health, soil health, and farmers themselves. Here are some of the key benefits: