Direct Drilling Demo Day sowing areas in the spring: emergence, growth stages and NDVI

Winter wheat that was sown by 16 different seeding machines has survived the winter and is growing rapidly - it's time for a spring review from our Direct Drilling Demo Day field!

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Situation at eAgronom Demo Farm: spring made us change plans

What happened to the winter oilseed rape sown in August 2023, how do the winter-killed cover crops help control weeds, and what will we analyse from the soil samples taken from the field?

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The Journey of a Farming Pioneer: Innovations in Southern Spain's Agriculture

In 1999 Benito Cortines purchased a Brazilian made drill, a Semeato TDNG 420, a small grain no-till seeder for sowing his cereal crops on the home farm near Jerez in Southern Spain, which at the time was 300 hectares.

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Piibe Vaher: the soil is farmers' most valuable asset

Changing conventional practices to more sustainable ones requires a deep knowledge of regenerative agriculture. eAgronom's agronomical advisor Piibe Vaher is a person who works with farmers daily to help them adopt these practices. We invited Piibe for an interview to tell us more about her experience working with farmers.

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Ed Brown, agronomical consultant from UK: going regenerative can increase farmer’s profits

Is regenerative agriculture profitable? Agronomic consultant Ed Brown believes so. At Northern Roots Forum, we had the opportunity to ask him about his experiences with regen ag.

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Cover crop biomass samples from our demofarm’s field show high numbers

One single and a mix of different cover crops was grown on our Estonian trial field in autumn 2023. This article gives an overview of their biomass analysis results and the carbon sequestration potential.

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Voluntary Carbon Credit Market
Voluntary Carbon Credit Market
Voluntary Carbon Credit Market
Voluntary Carbon Credit Market
Voluntary Carbon Credit Market

The voluntary carbon credit market – what is it and how does it work?

The carbon (CO2) credit market is growing rapidly around the world, thanks to increasing environmental demands. As more and more companies seek to reduce their environmental impact, both the supply and demand for carbon credits continue to grow.

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Carbon Agriculture: The New Trend.

In recent months, there's a term that is increasingly talked about: Carbon Agriculture.

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Healthy soil full of earthworms

The fact that earthworms in the soil are desirable organisms is probably known to everyone. Their importance in shaping soil fertility and health is discussed in agricultural press, spoken about in podcasts, and presented in lectures on topics related to organic matter and soil biological life.

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eAgronom team
eAgronom team
eAgronom team
eAgronom team
eAgronom team

eAgronom Reaches 1.5 Million Hectares Milestone in Boost to Sustainable Farming

Small and large farms across Europe and Africa are actively benefiting from the company’s Carbon Credit program and sophisticated soil health improvement measures

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Who buys carbon credits and why - an overview

Insight into carbon credit buyers.

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eAgronom_Africa
eAgronom_Africa
eAgronom_Africa
eAgronom_Africa

Estonian AgTech Startup eAgronom Converts 200k Hectares into Sustainable Farmland to Support African Farmers

Through its carbon credit program, soil testing projects, and sustainability-increasing measures, eAgronom is improving the livelihoods and soil health of farms across Africa.

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eAgronom Demo Farm
eAgronom Demo Farm
eAgronom Demo Farm
eAgronom Demo Farm
eAgronom Demo Farm

eAgronom Demo Farm

Our mission at eAgronom is clear – to champion the widespread adoption of regenerative practices among farmers by revitalising our precious soil and combating climate change.

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First results from our Direct Drilling Demo Day’s field: number of plants per m², growth stage

First results from the eAgronom's Direct Drilling Demo Day's field - get an overview of the field's situation in autumn by descriptions, graphs and pictures!

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Cover Crop Field Day in Estonia is taking place again: a field trial with 24 different species and mixtures

At the event, we will share field test results of 24 different species and mixtures, talk about the importance of earthworms in the soil - presentation by Dr. David Jones from UK, conduct a field walk and much more!

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carbon farming telematics
carbon farming telematics
carbon farming telematics
carbon farming telematics
carbon farming telematics

How to use telematics in eAgronom

eAgronom started as a digitized field diary, but we have grown over the years and will continue to grow. We succeed because we listen to our farmers and if we can help, we will. The reason we are adding telematics data to eAgronom is also that we listen.

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Carbon Farming Dos and Dont's
Carbon Farming Dos and Dont's
Carbon Farming Dos and Dont's
Carbon Farming Dos and Dont's
Carbon Farming Dos and Dont's

The dos and don’ts in carbon offset farming

Agriculture continues to evolve in practice and purpose. Carbon offset farming or the practice of sequestering carbon in agricultural soils is on the rise due to multiple factors related to the environment and farm profit.

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Achieving low-carbon agriculture with nitrogen management

Managing the soil is a big part of farming. In recent years there’s been a rapid shift to low-carbon agriculture. This is an opportunity for farmers to focus on practices and innovations that help soils become more sustainable for farmers and the environment, particularly in storing carbon to manage rising greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.

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managing cropp residue
managing cropp residue
managing cropp residue
managing cropp residue

Carbon farming methods: Crop residue management

Well-managed farms maximize crop output. But what happens when soil health is also prioritized? Carbon farming methods are utilized to manage outputs by taking care of the soil to provide new forms of profit for farmers.

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reduce-carbon-footprint-farm-carbon-consultation
reduce-carbon-footprint-farm-carbon-consultation
reduce-carbon-footprint-farm-carbon-consultation
reduce-carbon-footprint-farm-carbon-consultation

How to reduce carbon footprint on farm: carbon consultation

Farmers wanting to improve efficiency and income can benefit from having carbon consultation. This is a key tool for farmers looking to reduce carbon footprint of the farm with monetization through carbon farming.

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carbon. neutral in farming
carbon. neutral in farming
carbon. neutral in farming
carbon. neutral in farming

Tools and techniques that will drive carbon-neutral agriculture

Farmers everywhere look for ways to keep the farm productive for generations to come. As the reality of climate change and global instabilities shake the agriculture industry, alternative solutions are becoming more viable than ever before.

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MRV in Carbon Farming
MRV in Carbon Farming
MRV in Carbon Farming
MRV in Carbon Farming
MRV in Carbon Farming

How do I get carbon credits? MRV: Measurement, reporting, verification

Farmers understand that the soil is the bedrock in which the crops they sow will grow. From both business and ecological perspectives, implementing practices that build soil health just makes sense.

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5-tips-on-soil-carbon-credits
5-tips-on-soil-carbon-credits
5-tips-on-soil-carbon-credits
5-tips-on-soil-carbon-credits

5 practical tips to get soil carbon credits right

Soil carbon credits for farming are becoming a hot topic these days. How does soil carbon affect climate change? What are the benefits of using soil carbon? And how can farmers earn carbon credits?

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A 6-step guide for farmers to get carbon credits in agriculture

Changing practices to be more sustainable has to be profitable for farmers, too. eAgronom works to help farmers build long-term partnerships with nature.

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carbon farming program
carbon farming program
carbon farming program
carbon farming program

How to choose a carbon program for farmers (free questionnaire)

Many farmers are becoming interested in carbon farming but struggle with what to do first. The process ordinarily begins by connecting with a carbon program that provides needed support to farmers.

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agricultural carbon offsets
agricultural carbon offsets
agricultural carbon offsets
agricultural carbon offsets
agricultural carbon offsets

Different types of carbon offsets in farming you need to know

The rising threat of climate change presents daunting challenges as well as growth opportunities for a sustainable transition.

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climate-smart ways to reduce costs
climate-smart ways to reduce costs
climate-smart ways to reduce costs
climate-smart ways to reduce costs
climate-smart ways to reduce costs

Could carbon cropping reduce the cost of farming?

To make the most out of the budget, most farmers adjust to the demands of changing production requirements and market swings.

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carbon negative farming benefits
carbon negative farming benefits
carbon negative farming benefits
carbon negative farming benefits
carbon negative farming benefits

Is carbon negative farming good for my farm? 5 biggest benefits

Agriculture is changing fast. With rising annual global carbon emissions, carbon negative farming is a sustainable solution that benefits farmers’ income and farm conditions.

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carbon farming practices
carbon farming practices
carbon farming practices
carbon farming practices
carbon farming practices

10 best carbon farming practices for soil health and income

How do you farm carbon? Carbon farming practices are known to improve soil health while keeping carbon locked in soils. Under a carbon program, the right set of climate-smart agriculture methods can provide income-generating outcomes to the farm.

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conservation tillage
conservation tillage
conservation tillage
conservation tillage
conservation tillage

Managing soil health with conservation tillage

As food demands and farming methods develop, more farmers are understanding that crop production requires balancing resources to maintain productivity over the years to come.

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organic regenerative farming
organic regenerative farming
organic regenerative farming
organic regenerative farming
organic regenerative farming

Organic vs. Regenerative vs. Carbon Farming: What’s the Difference?

While cultivating land for crops has always been dynamic, the wider agricultural landscape itself is evolving rapidly to accommodate changing demands and consumer mindsets on food and the environment.

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overcoming high fertiliser prices
overcoming high fertiliser prices
overcoming high fertiliser prices
overcoming high fertiliser prices
overcoming high fertiliser prices

How to improve efficiency and save money with soaring fertiliser prices

Fertiliser prices have been skyrocketing for more than a year now and 2022 isn’t any better either. Add a tighter supply squeeze to the equation, and what we have now are farmers in the middle of a perfect storm for global food production.

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climate-change-agriculture
climate-change-agriculture
climate-change-agriculture
climate-change-agriculture

The agricultural consequences of climate change

As the global climate continues to warm, the severity and frequency of weather events it brings add increasing challenges to farmers. No one is spared from its effects and agriculture is especially susceptible to climate impacts while global food demand rises and profitability becomes volatile.

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Cover crops for carbon farming: what you need to know

Agriculture is providing the world’s food, energy, and resources. Different land management strategies such as cover crops maximise farming capacity, providing soil, agronomic, and economic benefits to farmers.

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carbon markets
carbon markets
carbon markets
carbon markets

Carbon markets for farmers: explaining compliance and voluntary markets

Farmers and land managers are uniquely positioned to drive sustainable land stewardship with large scale removal of carbon in the atmosphere and storing it in the soil through carbon farming.

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value beyond carbon credits
value beyond carbon credits
value beyond carbon credits
value beyond carbon credits
value beyond carbon credits

Value beyond carbon: what are carbon farming co-benefits?

Agricultural lands are dynamic, and farmers persistently adapt ways to environmental changes and economic pressures.

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Regulations and the future of EU carbon farming initiative

The European Union aims for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a target legally bound by the European Green Deal. This means removals and emissions of greenhouse gasses must be balanced, while also aiming to strengthen resilience to climate change impacts, by 2050 and beyond.

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high quality carbon credit
high quality carbon credit
high quality carbon credit
high quality carbon credit
high quality carbon credit

What makes a true high-quality carbon credit?

Farming is a business that’s strongly tied to managing natural resources. This makes harvest outcomes always tricky to forecast due to factors beyond the farmer’s control, including temperature and precipitation rates. The unpredictability is only getting worse with extreme shifts in climate patterns.

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What is carbon farming? An essential guide to manage farms

Farmers face unique challenges from the fields to the industry level. In recent years, sustainable agricultural practices have been put into focus as governments and consumers call for solutions to reach net-zero global carbon emissions. In agriculture, this is where carbon farming comes in.

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remote sensing_ndvi
remote sensing_ndvi
remote sensing_ndvi
remote sensing_ndvi

What is NDVI and how to use crop imaging in remote sensing?

The most popular remote sensing measure used in agriculture is the NDVI index. NDVI stands for Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, which simply describes the plant’s development based on how a plant reflects different light waves.

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Project is financed by the Republic of Estonia

The project was funded by the Entrepreneurs Support Program for Applied Research and Product Development (RUP).

Project name:

Software Technology and Applications Competence Centre (STACC)

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Project is financed by the Republic of Estonia

The project was funded by the Entrepreneurs Support Program for Applied Research and Product Development (RUP).

Project name:

Software Technology and Applications Competence Centre (STACC)

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Project is financed by the Republic of Estonia

The project was funded by the Entrepreneurs Support Program for Applied Research and Product Development (RUP).

Project name:

Software Technology and Applications Competence Centre (STACC)

Have any questions?

Project is financed by the Republic of Estonia

The project was funded by the Entrepreneurs Support Program for Applied Research and Product Development (RUP).

Project name:

Software Technology and Applications Competence Centre (STACC)

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