Organic Farming is a regulation which regulates production, reducing drastically pesticide and totally prohibiting fertilizers and weed killers.
This engagement is controlled by an agency which check our production year after year and then certify it.
10 years after starting the approach we now have positive results and we think we are going into the right direction. Leaving off artificial fertilizers gave us food for thought for soil fertility which is now sustained thanks to seeds (beans, cereals, etc.) producing organic matter feeding soil and vines. This increase of biodiversity is also strengthened by agroforestry: return of trees in young plantations.
This is how, with all these new usages, we have the deep feeling to act in our own place to…