WE MUST TAKE CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE, SO EVERYTHING WE DO IN PERMECO IS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE
Both in the agricultural sector and in research, it is expected that some solutions to parts of the agricultural environmental impact can be found on low-lying areas, and there is a lot of talk about how to run agriculture here in the best way. Low-lying areas often have a greater leaching of nutrients than the higher-lying soils, which are not ditched and drained as much. This is because these lowland soils are more waterlogged - sometimes well into the spring and again in early autumn. Thus, the crop safety is not so high either.
PERMECO does not reorganize the lowland areas; they are instead used for grazing and mowing. The areas get a well-developed root network, which is of varying depth, as different species of grass and herbs with different root network are sown. This ensures good nutrient uptake from several soil depths. Strong vegetation and a well-developed root network absorb nutrients and also ensure that surface runoff is reduced.
The nutrient supply to the areas must be of a nature that can be available precisely when the plants need uptake. The time of application is therefore important, and at the same time the solid fertilizer also has a role in increasing the insect content in the soil, as the solid fertilizer is a natural food base.