22. April 2021
There is a spirit of optimism in agriculture: regenerative methods, soil-building farming practices and CO2 certificates are on everyone's lips. Thanks to them, farmers are supposed to make a major contribution to solving the climate crisis in the future. But do these promises stand up to scientific examination? Is it right to link environmental performance to agricultural production? And do we even have suitable measurement methods to conduct a well-founded discussion about humus buildup?