Exploring Sustainable Agriculture at Komeco in the Netherlands

Exploring Sustainable Agriculture at Komeco in the Netherlands

Exploring Sustainable Agriculture at Komeco in the Netherlands

On May 16th, participants of the “VERMICOMPOSTING: The Future of Sustainable Agriculture and Organic Waste Management in Europe” project embarked on an enlightening study visit to Komeco, a leading Dutch producer of organic fertilizers based in Dronten, Flevoland.

Nestled amidst the verdant landscapes of the Dutch countryside, Komeco is renowned for its commitment to sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship. The company exports its products to 50+ countries worldwide. As participants arrived at the facility, they were greeted by the sights and sounds of a thriving agricultural enterprise dedicated to promoting soil health and fertility.

Hosted by Arie van de Wijgert, Komeco Commercial Director, participants from Spain, Turkiye, Greece, North Macedonia and the Netherlands were treated to an in-depth exploration of Komeco’s state-of-the-art production facilities and innovative composting techniques. Operating following EU1069/2009 regulations and holding various international certifications, Komeco exemplifies excellence in organic fertilizer manufacturing.

Central to Komeco’s approach is the utilization of advanced biological composting techniques to convert animal manure into high-quality, 100% natural, and environmentally friendly organic fertilizers. Through meticulous processing, including the elimination of weed seeds, germs, fungi, and bacteria, Komeco ensures that its products meet the highest standards of safety and efficacy.

Participants gained valuable insights into Komeco’s diverse range of organic fertilizers, including FERTISOL, Komeco, and Bio fertilizers. As participants witnessed the transformative potential of Komeco’s organic fertilizers in enriching soil, promoting crop growth, and enhancing yield, they left the facility with a renewed sense of appreciation for the importance of sustainable agricultural practices in fostering a healthier and more resilient planet.

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