Organic Farming

Organic farming could be more properly defined as ecological agriculture, or an agriculture with a lower environmental impact than the conventional one.

Its impact limits as much as possible any form of pollution resulting from agricultural techniques, with the firm intention of improving the soil structure and of redesigning an environment rich in biodiversity, thus promoting a harmonious, healthy and balanced ecosystem.

We pursue it through the lowest possible use of auxiliary energy coming from industrial processes, then by using or reusing substances mainly in their organic form, avoiding growth forcing techniques, preventing and treating any diseases with agronomic remedies, careful cultivation practices and avoiding the use of synthetic products and GMOs, except for traditional treatments, such as sulfur and copper.