The agriculture of the future designed by the European Union is currently experiencing an important transition, with the ultimate goal of moving towards a healthier and more sustainable food system.
This is indeed the cornerstone of the European Green New Deal, the two central elements of which are the ‘From Farm to Fork’ Strategy and the Biodiversity Strategy. To this end, a series of actions have been adopted aimed at reducing pesticides, excess nutrients and promoting organic farming.
New Growing System is a perfect ally for this journey, since it is considered a low environmental impact system. NGS improves the efficiency of water use, combining recovery and reuse, avoids leachate from irrigation in the soil, optimizes the use of resources by saving water and fertilizers, eliminates the discharge of nitrates, phosphates and other pesticides to aquifers, and maintains a one of the lowest carbon and water footprints today.
In addition, all its components are recyclable and it is not necessary to use aggressive disinfection products that are harmful to the environment.
NGS understands this change of paradigm as an opportunity to achieve a new and improved balance between nature, food systems and biodiversity.
For this reason, our commitment to sustainability is a commitment to the health and well-being of citizens, compatible with increasing agricultural competitiveness and sustainability.