Polyculture is an environmentally friendly approach to cultivation, perfect for preventing and combating problems such as soil depletion, desertification, waste of water resources, deforestation and the reduction of biodiversity in agriculture.
Polyculture aims to produce genuine and healthy products in full respect of the environment, ideal for those who want to follow a healthy diet. Instead of buying new seeds every year, the seeds of the plants harvested from previous crops are preferably used; at the same time the rotation and the seasonality of crops is to be respected and the use of synthetic chemicals avoided.
Farmers who want to join our project are encouraged to practice polyculture which also guarantees economic sustainability linked to improvements in the environment, soil fertility, production, processing and health.
The supply chain contracts offered have been designed to fully protect the farmer, preferably with two price ranges, from a minimum to a maximum. The minimum price guarantees the same profit as traditional production while the maximum price is recognised in the event of minimum production. In other cases, the price remains contained within the two values and is linked only to production with no connection to processing.