Bioslow Sardinia, 7th meeting
The creation of a bio-district leads to the improvement of organic production, to the innovation of production processes of organic companies and the guarantee of technology transfer, to the fruition and diffusion of the results achieved, to the spread of the benefits and advantages of organic farming. In the last ten years the areas cultivated in organic farming in our country, as evidenced by the data of Sinab, have increased by 79%, exceeding 15% of the total cultivated area.
Producers who choose to grow organically our countryside, our landscapes and our environment today have exceeded 80 thousand: no other country in Europe has a number of organic farmers so high. And, not least, we are in first place for the hectares of cereals, vegetables, citrus and olive trees. It is easy to understand how research assumes a privileged role and must be absolutely supported.
A challenge on excellence and quality of production and environment that sees us involved with great determination, also in light of the great solidity demonstrated by this segment in the months of health and economic crisis.