Agroecological intensification

Producing more food in increasingly restricted conditions leads society to rethink the management of production systems. Agroecological intensification seeks to develop alternatives to improve soil microbiology and efficiently manage water.

These components, combined with the development of new varieties, more adapted to the effects of climate change, lead to greater sustainability of food production systems.

PROINPA develops agricultural production strategies based on the principles of agroecology and prioritizes the use of bio-inputs.

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