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What Should The Future of Agriculture Be Like?

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The world’s population is approaching 8 billion, and agriculture faces huge challenges in feeding this growing population. Climate change, dwindling resources and increasing restrictions on crop protection products further complicate the situation. In this harsh environment, the agriculture and food industries must innovate to meet demand while reducing their carbon footprint.

The European Commission has proposed a strategic initiative called the “Farm to Fork” strategy, which aims to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides to 50% by 2030. The requirement emphasizes growers’ goal of increasing yields without applying more fertilizer and halting environmental degradation.

To address these challenges, biological farming practices, also known as organic farming, are booming. Bio-organic farming is based on environmental protection, organic supply and technology, with two clear goals: sustainability and efficiency. Our goal is to maximize return on investment while restoring soil and the environment.

Organic farming prioritizes soil health, which is the result of a balance of physical, chemical and biological aspects. It is also a living system filled with billions of microorganisms that cycle nutrients and sustain life on Earth. Everything starts and ends with soil.

The rhizosphere, the soil surrounding plant roots, is a key area where microorganisms interact with plants. It provides nutrients, water, and growth stimulants in absorbable forms, maintains balanced populations of pathogens, and performs functions such as nitrogen fixation and dissolution of insoluble phosphates. Sustainable agriculture must restore the soil’s mineral and microbial balance and increase organic carbon levels to achieve naturally fertile, biologically active soil.

These goals can only be achieved by combining the advantages of conventional agriculture with organic practices, innovation, precision agriculture and biotechnology. Bioagriculture combines natural practices, such as recycling organic waste and replacing chemical pesticides and fertilizers with organic alternatives, with the development of new products and technologies to increase soil fertility and biodiversity without erosion or pollution.

At Dora Agritech, we are committed to providing green, safe, and sustainable biofertilizers and biostimulants to help farmers sustainably improve crop health and yields. Our products are science-based and proven to be effective, utilizing environmentally friendly processes to unlock the biological potential of plants, soil and rhizosphere. By doing this, we help close the loop, give back to the soil, and support the agriculture our planet needs.

Investing in bioagricultural practices isn’t just about meeting current challenges; it’s about securing the future of agriculture. By adopting sustainable and efficient methods, we can feed the world while protecting our precious environment for future generations.

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