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The Italian Biogas Consortium: the farm of the future is carbon negative

Lorella Rossi
Country: Italy
Original language: Italian

Double crops, agricultural techniques characterised by minimum tillage, fertirrigation and natural soil enrichment methods: farms that follow the production strategy promoted by CIB’s (Italian Biogas Consortium) Biogasfattobene model (“Biogasdoneright”) not only improve the levels of biodiversity, quality and soil nutrients, but can also become “carbon negative”.  Technologies used in biogas plants can indeed actively ...

Double crops, agricultural techniques characterised by minimum tillage, fertirrigation and natural soil enrichment methods: farms that follow the production strategy promoted by CIB’s (Italian Biogas Consortium) Biogasfattobene model (“Biogasdoneright”) not only improve the levels of biodiversity, quality and soil nutrients, but can also become “carbon negative”.  Technologies used in biogas plants can indeed actively capture carbon (in the form of cultivated additional biomass) and store it in the soil through the use of digestates such as bio-fertilizer, thus accumulating more CO2 than produced

 

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