- Soil diagnosis
- Analysis of necessary inputs
- Consortium Planning
- Drawing of planting area
- Supply of Seedlings
Food needs more than 50 nutrients in the soil to develop nutritiously. Agroforestry makes this possible!
An Agroforestry System (SAF) reproduces the natural interaction of species in nature, cultivating an area with high biodiversity of non-pesticide foods and a soil rich in organic matter. It is much more than growing food, Agrofloresta regenerates degraded areas and produces forests and water, creating more resources for nature.
In this system, short-cycle species interact with each other and help in the growth of species of longer cycles, providing shade, organic matter, enriching the soil and bringing more and more life to the site.
This mode of production impacts the food health of the population and creates a microclimate of forests that improves the quality of life of workers in the field, contributes to reducing global warming, and generates greater biodiversity for biomes.
To consume quality foods, seeds play a key role. Creole seeds cultivated for many generations are, by nature, genetically adapted to the place of production that make them stronger, with vigorous growth, resistant to diseases and insects.
We preferably grow seeds from the Chapada dos Veadeiros region, passed down from generation to generation and produced by family farmers.
Part of our planting is intended for the genetic improvement of these Creole seeds, which we select the most productive, vigorous and resistant specimens to perform new plantings and multiply the seeds.
Since 2016 Terra Booma has participated in the Seed and Seedling Fair, in Alto Paraíso de Goiás, to share and exchange species produced in the region, to preserve its continuity and availability, besides preserving the local history and inheritances brought from the land.
Look dedicated to the needs of your space, to generate abundance in organic foods.