Regenerative agriculture platforms—also referred to as carbon farming platforms—support farmers in adopting regenerative practices, such as no-till or reduced-till techniques, cover cropping, crop rotation, and agroforestry. These practices aim to restore soil health, protect the climate, and support plant growth, nutrient cycling, and water retention while increasing farms' productivity and profitability. These platforms often use data analytics, IoT devices, and carbon sequestration techniques such as photosynthesis or microbial technology to offer particular regenerative practices and support the development of carbon farms.
Regenerative agriculture platforms have gained traction due to their focus on protecting natural resources and addressing environmental challenges, such as soil erosion, water pollution, and habitat loss. The growing consumer demand for sustainably produced food and the desire for transparency in agricultural practices have also played a significant role in driving the use of regenerative agriculture platforms.
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