Helping towards long-term sustainability goals
The aim of the European Union's "Fit for 55" plan is to increase carbon removal by up to 55% by 2030.
As the European economy's financiers, banks play an important role in proposing real solutions to mitigate climate change.
Agriculture is one of the critical sectors in the fight against climate change.
"Obtaining a sustainable loan also assures our partners that we use environmentally friendly practices in our production. It is nice to note that this approach is becoming more and more valued, and hopefully following these practices will bring other additional benefits in the future."
Organic farmer from Estonia, 190 ha
How much does the certificate cost?
Access to a limited version of eAgronom's Farm Management Software to report the data
Access to software training materials and customer support
Consultation once a year to align with the sustainable farmer principles
50% discount for eAgronom software customers
Multi-year crop rotation and annual soil coverage
Incorporating animal-based fertilizers into the soil
Careful soil management to prevent compaction and preserve healthy water levels
Minimising post-harvest loss and using precision fertilization techniques
Precise nutrient management and plant protection
Maintain permanent grassland
In the first full season after applying for the certificate, a farmer must adopt at least 50% of the sustainable farming practices.
During the second full farming season, a farmer must adopt 100% sustainable farming practices.
Enter true data of your field practices in eAgronom software
eAgronom experts verify the correctness of the data
If necessary, we will ask for additional information
You will get consultation and feedback to align with the sustainable farmer principles