Regenerative Agriculture and Drones Technology

Regenerative Agriculture aims to:

To ensure healthy soil for years to come,
To increase biodiversity,
To restore the balance of ecosystems and
And to mitigate climate change.

How is Regenerative Agriculture practiced?


An easy way is to enrich your fields by adding natural rather than chemical fertilizers. For example:

You can sow legumes: clover, lucerne, cowpea, chickpea, lupine, vetch
Sowing aromatic plants and wild grasses and flowers
Use the olive leaves from the olive mills
Manures from biological units
Compost from animal or plant residues
At the same time you should:
Plowing and chemical inputs should be minimized to correspondingly reduce the impact they may have on the soil.
To use different types of cultivated plants in the same agricultural area to maximize the diversity of cultivated plants.
Maintain live roots to provide nutrients to the soil throughout the year.
Integrate animals into cropping programs to improve nutrient circulation in the soil (e.g. animals that deposit manure on farms and graze sustainably).

For a regenerative model, you need: knowledge about agro-forestry, with which practices to achieve soil restoration, plant and animal health, in order to revitalize our ecosystems and strengthen their resilience against climate change.

While regenerative agriculture practices are being promoted both internationally (FAO) and European (European Green Deal) to achieve environmental goals, the results from the transition to regenerative practices show that they are already really positive on an economic level.

The purpose of this system is to make the producer cooperate with nature.

Therefore, you manage to change the way of thinking, so that the way of acting also changes. We need to go back “into Nature” and observe her needs without burdening the environment. Through observation we will be led to the question, “why?” that will give us the knowledge and practice to create health throughout the system that surrounds us. With logic and ecological awareness, we intervene in:

Soil fertility and health
Water quality
Ecosystem health
Carbon sequestration

Our allies in this whole effort are all microorganisms Bacteria, Fungi, beneficial insects and others.

Effective Microorganisms play a special role in the improvement and fertility of the soil with:

Energy saving
Utilization of soil moisture
Antioxidation (separation by breaking down nutrients from compounds)
Pathogens compete

Regenerative Agriculture and Drones Technology


The Technology of Drones comes to cover the need for precision application in crops and not only that. The need to diagnose problems and their quick, focused treatment in the various crops. Fast application management services are provided with financial benefit. They also cover needs in hard-to-reach areas that other means cannot.

Signed by

Giorgos Tsagkatakis – Agronomist AUA – Agricultural advisor