eAgronom wins Gold in Europe for standout Carbon Programme

eagronom wins gold at Polagra Premiery 2022

We at eAgronom are thrilled to announce that we are awarded the Gold Medal at the prestigious Polagra Premiery 2022 in Poland for our Carbon Programme — the first award of its kind for any carbon farming service in the region.

Polagra Premiery International Agricultural fair hosts an annual gathering for the agricultural industry not just in Poland but in Central and Eastern Europe, which are key agricultural markets not just in Europe but globally. Organisations that took part this year showcased innovative machines and the latest agricultural solutions, made based on best-in-class technologies.

The eAgronom Carbon Programme was recognised for its commitment to accelerating the transition of the farming industry into sustainable, climate-resilient farms to secure the future of farmers in financial and environmental terms. Carbon farming creates multilateral opportunities for food producers’ income, soil health, and carbon sequestration as a win-win-win solution for rapid climate change.

Robin Saluoks, CEO and co-founder of eAgronom said, “What an achievement it is to receive top acknowledgements from the agriculture industry as a leading carbon farming services provider in Poland, and Central and Eastern Europe. Working together with farmers, our Carbon Programme enables us to create a regenerative pathway for climate-smart agriculture without neglecting farmers’ income. This further validates the importance of adopting soil-nourishing farm practices for the sustainable future of agriculture.”

We are honoured to be recognised as a Gold Medal recipient under the “Machines, equipment, and services for agriculture” category, along with 13 other innovations from top agricultural organisations.

Awards were handed out in April 2022, a few months after the nominations were announced in December 2021. The competition jury, chaired by prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Skrzypczak, recognised 26 winners in 2 categories: “Machines, devices and services for agriculture” and “Cultivated plants.”

A full list of award categories and winners can be found here




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