AGRONOMY, ECONOMY, ECOLOGYCommitment to sustainable agricultural production
AGRONOMY, ECONOMY, ECOLOGYCommitment to sustainable agricultural production

Agriculture and Environment

Minimizing nitrogen, phosphor and pesticide leakage in to the environment

Resourcefulness in ecological agriculture is beneficial both ecologically and economically.

Limiting emissions of different substances in to nature is a key element in keeping up a strong balance beneficial for farming. For the levels of farming businesses and regional environmentally important material cycles we have all the knowledge needed to provide solutions for upholding this balance.

We are experts in conceptualising, planning, financial planning and implementation of local, regional and national projects to minimize nitrogen, phosphor and pesticide usage in agriculture.

We support interested sponsors in concept, expertise and organisation in order to realize resource projects following article 77a and 77b of the agricultural law, consultation projects following FOAG (Ger.: BLW) “competitive allocation of consultation projects”, plans of action and measure and other projects.

 

Your Contact: Annelies Uebersax

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High tide protection and waters revitalization

Since 2011 the cantons are required to make plans for revitalisation of waters. Our years of expertise in accompanying complex infrastructure projects in the field of agriculture show that only an early and concise inclusion of agriculture minimizes the high conflict potential the subject carries.

Because our employees are highly versatile we can count technical expertise and social competence and experience to our portfolio when it comes to high tide protection and revitalisation of waters and also the solving of conflicts between involved parties.

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Your Contact: Andreas Hofmann

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Advancement of sustainable agricultural production

We have to assume that climate change will require adaptations in agricultural management and summering areas. This in intensive fodder production, where increasingly plant species of unwanted origin and invasiveness (f.e.: Millet and Foxtail) or in agricultural cultivation of regular or special plants, where success of production is becoming continuously dependant on efficient irrigation systems.

From ecological and economical viewpoints it is sensible to produce less waste and use all parts of plants or animal carcasses.

We support sponsors for concepts and execution of their projects in this field.

 

Your Contact: Annelies Uebersax

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