- better rooting
- greater resistance to stress
- greater resilience
on the soil:
- greater availability of nutritional elements
- greater activity of the microbiome
- more fertile land...year after year.
In this way, it is possible to reduce the use of fertilizers, improving sustainability:
- Economic sustainability for the farmer, limiting costs
- Environmental sustainability, reducing the risk of nitrate leaching into ground water and GHGs
- Social sustainability, limiting ammonia emissions, precursor of fine particulate formation.