Soil Improvement in Poland

Promoting sustainable soil management together

A private-public partnership

Intensive agriculture can have a severe impact on agricultural soils. Many countries, including Poland, currently face a huge dilemma due to declining soil conditions of their arable land. Research shows that 89% of soils used for agricultural purposes in Poland should be classified as having a low content of organic matter. This is because they show signs of desertification.

In the Netherlands, Farming is in our DNA, and we understand the urgency to address this problem like no other. Healthy soil is the basis of a productive, profitable and resilient agriculture, and our entire food system. Without it, we can’t grow healthy crops sustainably or achieve food security. Keep reading to find out how we can ensure soil improvement together with our Polish counterparts.