Agricultural Business Development

AGRORGANIC regularly visits various European countries that offer opportunities for the development of sustainable agricultural and horticultural businesses. Experience shows that this exploration phase is very important, as well as a thorough deepening in the history and culture of a country. Close ties have thus arisen in central and eastern European countries. Company visits are then an essential part of our work. Potential partners in business are visited on location, after which it is examined whether the company philosophy of these companies corresponds to that of AGRORGANIC. Subsequently, a lasting relationship is built with the aim of producing high-quality, organically produced food together.

Transition in Agriculture

AGRORGANIC supervises agricultural enterprises in the transition from a conventional to a sustainable, organic production system. With respect for traditions and the resources available, a transition plan is made that fits the local and / or international markets. Many European countries with old agricultural traditions have a huge potential for beautiful, indigenous agricultural and horticultural products, originally grown organically and in a circular agricultural system. With the introduction of "modern tools" such as artificial fertilizer and pesticides, a lot of authenticity to taste and quality has been lost. AGRORGANIC offers solutions for a transition and brings back old values in the agricultural production system.                

Emission Reduction

AGRORGANIC contributes to reducing emissions of harmful manure gases and CO2 in livestock farming. Through the use of Biplantol, the gases released from the manure, but also for a large part of CO2, are retained. Ammonia is retained and made available as absorbable nitrogen for the soil and crops. CO2 is stored as an indispensable element for the crop into the soil and converted into oxygen. By using Biplantol, animal manure becomes a valuable product.



AGRORGANIC provides on request lectures and courses on food production and agricultural production systems in relation to health issues. Many contemporary health problems are due to the way food is produced and processed. During the lectures and courses, a link is made between food production, processing, symptom development, illness / health and environmental factors. Information and request: