Organic fields is a social-environmental enterprise that tries to solve the problem of market food waste from the municipal markets. It converts the waste into an organic fertilizer for use in crop production thus ensuring nutrient recycling and carbon sequestration into the soil.
It’s a massive problem with a huge environmental cost due to pollution and the emission of greenhouse gasses that contribute to global warming.
Organic Fields converts provide a solution by converting these wastes into organic fertilizers that are environmental and cost-friendly to the farmers. This also reduces pressure on landfills and provide a long-term sustainable solution.
In addition, the waste going to the landfills is full of nutrients that can be recycled back into the soil to ensure sustainable food production.
Reduce and upscale the food waste into organic fertilizer through controlled composting using microbes.
Some of the goals we have achieved include: rescuing food waste before it ends up in landfill, ensuring effective farming and soil protection, fighting climate change by reducing food waste that increases green house gases and creating circular economy model
Organic Fields’s innovative bio-fertilizer was developed to provide a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to chemical-based fertilizers that preserves our precious environment by mitigating the effects of climate change, groundwater contamination, ocean dead zones, and loss of biodiversity. When properly applied, Organic fields’s bio-fertilizer is effective by strengthening plant health while simultaneously increasing crop yield by 10-25%. Compared to other organic products, Organic Field is 20-50% more economical with the added benefit of the soil amendment qualities.
We envision a world where the agricultural industry can feed its 8 billion people without relying on chemical and petroleum-derived fertilizers, a world where both industrial farmers and home gardeners can have bountiful harvests and enjoy nutrient-rich, delicious fruits and vegetables, knowing that they have been produced in sustainable, environmentally friendly ways.