Together we will improve
regenerative agriculture


They improve the soil structure

Soil physics and more specifically soil structure determines the quantity and quality of water infiltration into the soil, the free movement of oxygen in depth and the more favourable development of plant roots.

Cover crops enrich crop rotation

Crop rotation is a practice that represents a system of alternating different but compatible crops, each favouring the next. This allows interruption of depletion of certain minerals, reduces weed pressure and others.

They improve the chemical properties of the soil

The use of highly adaptable plants such as cover crops to unfavourable soil conditions and combining them with other non-conventional practices leads to the stabilisation of the soil response to neutral pH, dissolving minerals such as phosphorus, metals and other micro- and macroelements blocked in the soil.

They increase soil health and fertility

Soil fertility and health are mainly determined by the content of organic matter (humus) in the soil. Moreover, it represents a system of balanced chemical, physical and biological properties, which favours the full development of plants, their resistance to diseases and enemies. The healthier and more fertile the soil, the less additional resources such as fertilisers and pesticides are needed to achieve the same yields.

Need help with your cover crops?

For years, we have watched as climate change and conventional farming practices gradually deplete soil fertility and slowly push farmers into financial insecurity. We created Agrovar with the clear awareness that we need to change this direction.

In our practice with cover crops, we encountered the chaotic, scarce and high cost of information generated by climate, soil and plant science in Agriculture. This motivated us to create a tool that combines all this into a system of work.

The automation of the processes of analysis of climate, soil data and their combination in the context of plant development allows you to reach individual solutions in a matter of seconds, without the intervention of a specialist and saving tens of hours of work.



Thanks to AI & Machine learning technologies for processing climate, soil and agronomic data, combined with the validated works of dozens of institutes and hundreds of scientists from all over the world, we have created a tool that allows you to manage the selection, use and benefits of cover crops in your agricultural holding in an informed and successful manner.

A combination of personalised soil fertility assessment and cover crop science creates plant mix recommendations that address the most pressing soil issues for each field
The analysis of the current microclimate and soil conditions selects only the most suitable mix of cover crops according to their tolerance to the soil, the period of seeding and development characteristics
The rating system we created by comparing more than 35 crops predicts each plant’s contribution to addressing every aspect of soil fertility and health—soil structuring, mineral cycling, weed suppression, and more. The obtained results allow informed planning and consumption of resources such as fertilisers, soil conditioners and treatments.

Carbon farming?

Become part of the farmers who profit from our carbon certificates program

We promote regenerative agriculture by offering the EU’s first national carbon certificate certification program registered in the world’s largest environmental register VERRA.

In numbers
> 45 farms
> 70,000 ha

Step by Step: How to Become a Carbon Farmer.

Every hectare of agricultural land has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Stopping plowing and burning stubble are enough to get you started, and each upgrade to the practices improves soil carbon sequestration.

From 1 to 5 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per hectare*
*Indicative values

Profitable production is at the centre of every farm.

The application of regenerative practices increases the sustainability of yields, and the resulting improvement in soil fertility and health has the potential for an additional source of revenue from the sale of issued carbon certificates.

Profitability from BGN 40 to 250 per hectare*
*Indicative values


Boris Koev

Boris Koev


Konstantin Haralampiev

Konstantin Haralampiev


Antonio Trichkov

Antonio Trichkov


Kristiyan Panayotov

Kristiyan Panayotov

PhD Climate Science

Angel Chushev

Angel Chushev

Frontend Lead