Next Level Farming
Regenerative agriculture is an approach that offers long-term benefits for the agricultural sector by
- improving the health and fertility of soils,
- promoting biodiversity and
- restoring and maintaining ecosystems.
The aim of regenerative farming is to develop site-sensitive agricultural methods that are designed to reduce impacts on soils and the environment.
Next Level Farming is based on the approaches of regenerative agriculture, which are supported by many farmers, environmentalists and sustainability advocates worldwide. However, here at LEMKEN we are not only focused on environmental goals but also on economic success. With Next Level Farming we hope to come up with solutions that will be successful in the long term.
As a reliable partner for Next Level Farming, we want to help accelerate this process with the proven innovative ideas we develop as the AgroVision Company. This is the only way we can ensure that we will be able to feed the earth’s population in the future while protecting our resources as far as possible.
Resource conservation in the agricultural sector requires a comprehensive approach that considers all relevant
- social and
aspects in order to ensure sustainable food production and food security for the global population and to protect the environment for generations to come.
A sustainable use of water in the agricultural sector not only helps to ensure food production, but it also helps to protect the environment and conserve water for future generations.
Water management in the agricultural sector is a process that must be adapted to the changing environmental conditions brought about by climate change.
Processes & autonomy
Production processes in the agricultural sector vary depending on the geographical location, environmental conditions and cultivation methods used. The goal for many farmers that have the latest machinery and technology is to implement data networking in order to obtain new possibilities for controlling and optimising their production processes.
Automation and autonomy contribute to progress, are fundamental components of this development and help to increase efficiency.
When it comes to digitalisation, there are many challenges that must be overcome such as increasing access to technology in rural areas, tackling data protection issues and raising awareness of new technologies.
Digitalisation offers many advantages for the agricultural sector:
- greater productivity
- a more efficient use of resources
- better quality of agricultural products
- an improved adaptability to changing environmental conditions.
Research & consulting
Research and consulting have a mutual relationship and can be used together to help the agricultural sector develop further and to help farmers face the challenges of modern farming.
By combining scientific knowledge and practical expertise, agricultural productivity can be increased, the environmental effects reduced and agriculture made more sustainable. Another crucial part of this is educating society about the different fields of activity in the agricultural sector.