05 Mar 21 | Weekly podcast
Franco Costantini, managing director Control Union UK, talks with Ian Welsh about why a shift to regenerative agriculture practices is a route to long term sustainability for farming.
He argues that current approaches will mean that top soils fail to support crops within 60 years, which is why improvements such as stimulating biodiversity, better carbon sequestration and increasing soil organic matter are so important. Also vital are the ability to measure improvements and a holistic approach across the agriculture industry.
For more information about the Regenari initiative go to regenagri.org
Control Union was a sponsor of the recent Innovation Forum conference series on the future of food.