Cargill to adopt regenerative agri practices on 10 million acres of crop land in North America

Cargill has announced to adopt regenerative agri-practices on about 10 million acres of crop land in North America by the year 2030, with an aim to advance its commitment to reduce GHG emissions in its global supply chains by 30% per ton of product.

The company’s new move will focus mainly on row crop rotations that include staple crops as well.

The US-based global food corporation also expects the initiative to play a part in its efforts to protect water resources.

Cargill will not only work with stakeholders across the supply chain to provide farmers with access to agronomic resources, but also give training opportunities.

Editorial Desk at Agrigate.Global

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