An innovative solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect agricultural soils.

LIFE Sarmiento project, supported by the EU's funding instrument for the environment and climate action (LIFE), seeks to solve the problem related to the management of annual grapevine pruning (shoots or sarmientos in Spanish) by transforming them in compost and adding the resulting product to soil as an organic amendment, thus preventing its burning and improving soil status.

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Final results of LIFE SARMIENTO

Final results of LIFE SARMIENTO

LIFE SARMIENTO is based on the valorization of vineyard pruning waste through its composting with microorganisms to produce organic compost with biostimulant and biofertilizing properties, reducing CO2 emissions into the atmosphere and thus contributing to climate change mitigation. The addition of compost has allowed not only to improve the vigor of the plant but the […]

Technical workshop with P.D.O.s of the Region of Murcia

Technical workshop with P.D.O.s of the Region of Murcia

On November 26th we held the third technical workshop of the Project. Results of LIFE SARMIENTO were presented to the Regulatory Councils of the three Denominatios of Origin of the Region of Murcia (DOP Bullas, DO Jumilla and DO Yecla). During the workshop, the solution proposed by the project to reduce GEIs emissions in vineyards […]

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