On Wednesday 1 February at 16.30 in the Green Room of the Veronafiere Congress Centre, Agronica will take part in the workshop organised IBF Agronica as part of Fieragricola TECH.
In an era marked by statements and messages on sustainability that appear more and more like "greenwashing" operations rather than actions with real and concrete eﬀects, it is becoming absolutely essential to equip ourselves with a tool capable of measuring the extent of the activities that companies in the agro-food chain carry out in the agricultural and landscape spheres.
Soil erosion and the storage of organic carbon in the soil are just some of the many features we are now able to observe with the new digital soil maps. Obtained from more than 4 years of research carried out at IBF servizi spa's offices and fields and marketed under the AGRONICA brand, these new maps are the last tool for the agri-food supply chain.
Agribusinesses can use them to control their supply chain, understand where and what to grow, lead farmers towards more sustainable agronomic practices and reinforce the messages they give to consumers.
At the same time, these new tools are available to all public administrations to carry out monitoring their rural territories and thus be able to fulfil all the new obligations arising from the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that will come into force this year.
- Pier Luigi Romiti - Director of Marketing, Communication and External Relations
- Matteo Petito GIS Phd - Senior Expert