In the process of reducing the use of limited natural resources, such as phosphorus of mineral origin, recycling-derived fertilisers (RDF) are an interesting alternative to artificial fertilisers.
In the below video, Laurent Varvoux, co-leader of the Nitrogen and Sulphur group at COMIFER, and 3 French producers shed light on what RDF are and the opportunities they can offer in terms of fertilisation and sustainability.
This video has been produced and financed as part of ReNu2Farm, a European INTERREG North West Europe project that aims to increase the use of fertilisers from organic waste recycling for crop fertilisation in the primary food production chain in Northwest Europe (NWE). The ReNu2Farm project brings together 10 partners from 6 European countries (DE | IE | FR | LU | NL | BE).
For further information about ReNu2Farm: click here