We promote regenerative agriculture by offering the first national program in the EU for the certification of carbon certificates by the world’s largest ecological register VERRA.
How can you improve your carbon footprint?
Integration of cover crops
Improving crop rotation
Reducing the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides
Agroforestry - planting trees and shrubs around and/or between crops
Reduction of energy needs of the farm
What are the basic requirements for enrollment?
To enroll in the carbon program you must be implementing or be willing to start implementing one or a combination of the following practices:
- Use of cover crops
- Reducing the use of inorganic fertilisers and preparations for plant protection
- Reduced tillage
- Diversification of crop rotation
- Incorporation of grazing animals
- Sustainable management of water resources (irrigation)
- the areas claimed in the program must be owned by the farm and/or leased for at least 5 years
- no native ecosystems have been removed from the designated areas area during the 10-year period prior to the project start date
- the project area cannot be on a swampy area
- you will be asked to provide annual soil samples that will help the accuracy of the soil health carbon program
Possibility of additional income
- Generation of carbon certificates from 1 to 5 pcs. for 1 hectare
- Price of a carbon certificate from 30 to 35 EUR
- Value per hectare: from 3 to 17.50 EUR
Preferential conditions for services, seeds and products offered by AGROVAR SS OOD. We offer innovative solutions for regenerative agriculture beyond the carbon agenda. Benefit from:
- Selection of cover crops
- Special offers for soil analysis
- A selection of products for regenerative agriculture
Technical assistance in the transition from conventional to regenerative agriculture or in improving farm practices.
Our specialists will help you:
- regenerative agriculture consultancy
- product and technique advice
One of the goals of the project is for farmers to generate carbon credits from regenerative farming practices, in accordance with VERRA standards and methodologies. VERRA is currently the largest environmental registry in the world and a global leader in helping to address global environmental and social challenges. VERRA develops and manages standards that help the private sector, countries and civil society achieve their goals for sustainable development and climate action. VERRA catalyses measurable results by driving large-scale investment in activities that reduce and prevent emissions and protect nature – like regenerative agriculture!