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Carbon sequestration

In 2021, we sequestered more than 650,000 tons of carbon thanks to photosynthesis in natural and cultivated areas + no-till farming + cover crops.

Thanks to the photosynthesis process, our productive farms are constantly sequestering carbon. Plants use sunlight and take in carbon dioxide from the air, which they convert into carbohydrates, releasing oxygen into the air.

At the same time, stubble and roots accumulated from season to season generate more organic matter in the soil and contribute to the sequestration of carbon from the atmosphere reducing climate change.

For this reason, we are studying different ways of quantifying soil carbon sequestration. The quantification of carbon sequestration allows us to evaluate the possibility of trading carbon credits.