Wine-growing, arboreal & agricultural areas
- Improving the quality of produce by restricting the use of crop-protection products or enhancing the flavour.
- Improving sustainable agricultural practices (e.g.: spreading of sludge, reducing the carbon footprint) that regenerate biodiversity.
- Helping farmers to improve their well-being (health, profitability, etc.) and monitoring their practices.
- Distinguishing and communicating about sustainable practices and their positive impact on the land and produce.
- Follow-up of the positive or negative impact of current practices and decisions being taken on the basis of numerical indicators and scientific expertise: gain in time and greater efficiency in terms of developing good practices..
- An agriculture that uses less pesticides and regenerates biodiversity in keeping with consumer and buyer demand.
- A neutral or positive impact on the cost of farming.
- Assured product quality for brands via support programmes and by monitoring producer practices.
- Reduced risk of negative publicity and more positive communication.
- Quality and ‘green’ label.
- Monitoring land to identify and quantify pesticides and heavy metals (organic farming, spreading of sludge…) and the species present (BeeOmonitoring and traditional techniques).
Advice and simulation
- An analysis of farming practices on the basis of numerical data, of farmers’ needs and constraints and decision-making support to switch to sustainable and integrated farming.
- A planting strategy or a strategy that preserves plant species that are beneficial to the ecosystem, the land and agriculture (ex : attracting pollinators and useful insects to reduce the use of pesticides, the creation of carbon pits, impact on the flavour of dairy produce, etc.).
- Raising awareness and talking to farmers and other stakeholders about implementing a sustainable strategy.
- Communication support and information on how to finance them.
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BeeOdiversity develops projects in several European countries, Switzerland and the United States. Its tools and services can be used the world over.
To contact us from Belgium and abroad : +32 2 428 00 82
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Contact number in France : +33 6 21 76 65 75
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