Environment Day & the role of precision farming

On June 5, the Environment Day is celebrated worldwide.

On June 5, the Environment Day is celebrated worldwide, which, as established by the United Nations, "brings together millions of people from around the world, engaging them in the effort to protect and restore the Earth”. An important moment of reflection and action, an event that "celebrates the environmental action and the power of governments, businesses and individuals to create a more sustainable world."

Precision farming as a path to sustainability


It is estimated that at least two billion people in the world depend on agriculture and the sector for sustenance (source: 2024 Practical Guide. UN Environnement Programme). This highlights the need to bolster food production through significant interventions, such as land restoration, also underlined by the report cited. In this context, the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices and the responsible use of fertilizers and pesticides become imperative.

Precision farming is a tangible example of sustainable practice: as detailed in this article, it is an agricultural activity management strategy that, through data collection and processing, it guides future decisions. An approach that finds benefits not only of an economic nature, but also in terms of production efficiency reducing the environmental impact.

Within the field of precision farming, localized fertilization emerges as a sustainable practice that optimizes time, resources and labor.

Microgranular fertilizers and localized fertilization


Localized fertilization is an effective fertilizer distribution strategy, characterized by reduced dosages, time and resource savings, and obvious economic benefits. By integrating seeding with fertilization, this practice allows more efficient use of products, reducing waste and maximizing results.

The DEMA range of microgranular fertilisers is a valuable support to promote plant growth, offering products specifically formulated to meet different agricultural situations and needs.

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