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Carbon-Neutral Agriculture is ultimate organic farm.

Modern agriculture has many complex challenges

Farming is a complex, unpredictable and individual business.

Farmers must fulfill our planet’s evolving requirements and regulators, customers, food processors, and merchants’ expectations. Climate change, soil erosion, biodiversity loss, and changing food tastes and worries about production are rising challenges. Plants, pests, and diseases continue to threaten farming. Modern agriculture offers many options, yet each farm has varied landscapes, soils, technologies, and yields.

What issues do farmers encounter?

climate & biodiversity

Cope with climate change, soil erosion and biodiversity loss

meeting expectations

Satisfy consumers’ changing tastes and expectations

better quality

Meet rising demand for more food of higher quality

productivity & adaptivity

Invest in farm productivity & Adopt and learn new technologies

stay resilient

Stay resilient against global economic factors

inspire youngsters

Inspire youngsters to stay in rural areas and become future farmers

product development

Nambo will do its best to become a company that can contribute to the affluent future of farmers as a leader in eco-friendly agriculture by forming an industry-university cooperative organization of universities and research institutes.


organic products 87%
Carbon-Neutral 94%

The future of agriculture is changing.

The green revolution was successful in feeding the world’s rapidly expanding population, but it also drained the soil, reduced biodiversity, and accelerated climate change. These extractive methods are not long-term solutions. By using a number of regenerative agriculture-related techniques, we must act swiftly to revolutionize agriculture.

Farmers must adapt to climate change

Farmers’ capacity to provide the food we all require is impacted by the consequences of climate change. Changing growing seasons, reduced water availability, the potential for weeds, pests, and fungi to flourish, and more extreme weather patterns, such as floods and droughts, can all result in decreased crop yield.


care to Land for farming

Only 1 in every 12 square kilometers of land on Earth is suitable for agricultural use.


efficiency on Water usage

70% of the world's fresh water is used for agricultural purposes.


consider agriculture Emissions

Land use in general, including agriculture and forestry, is responsible for 23% of all greenhouse gas emissions.


ready for biodiversity

Pollination by wild animals is essential to the production of 84 percent of crop species in the European Union.