Therefore, organic farmers feed their soils with organic fertilizers and compost. Natural manure provides a higher organic matter content in the soil. This results in greater biodiversity, with more soil organisms. And these, in turn, are important for the fertility and water balance of the soil.
By working organically, farmers invest in a fertile soil. A soil that can also provide us with sufficient food in the long term. Such a fertile soil is also more resistant to the severe weather conditions (such as leaching and dehydration) that climate change entails.
That is why Benefert, with its organic fertilizers and biostimulants, stimulates long-term soil fertility by adding more carbon to the soil.