“What’s the Next Crop” Made Simple

Simplified and profit-driven crop rotations and monocultures deplete soil and reduce biodiversity. We create solutions by exploring sustainable crop rotation options with diverse crops, including legumes. This way, conventional mineral fertilizers become unnecessary.

Our aim is to counteract soil exhaustion, enhance biodiversity, and foster sustainable food production, while addressing the environmental consequences caused by industrial agriculture.

Our development focuses on  simplifying the “what’s-the-next-crop” planning and enabling more informed decisions.

Faba beans.
Flax in flowering phase.
A green sea of peas.
Peas - our main ally in providing enough nitrogen.

Our Areas of Work

These tools will help our field production team to select the most appropriate crop in the rotation, and decide how to manage green manure crops:

Support Tools


How to choose the right crop to minimize the impact of existing weeds while optimizing for yield and quality? We’re developing a guide to help decide what crop to sow.


Economic and ecological sustainability are important, but complex. Our evaluation methods, include both and will help farmers in deciding on crop rotation strategies. Our methods encompass indicators such as soil health, plant growth, yield, the presence of weeds, diseases, pests, and weather conditions.


Knowing when to harvest or terminate green manure crops can be tricky for any farmer. Considering its importance for balancing nitrogen yield and biomass production, we are determining a process to define the optimal time for this activitiy taking into account factors like crop growth stages, diseases, pests, and lodging.

Crop Rotation

What if every farmer could easily replicate a crop rotation testing methodology that is proven to work?

We’re testing a model for evaluating the best performant crop rotation in specific environmental conditions, to optimize yields, crop diversity and farming systems used (e.g. intercropping and stripcropping).

We base our conclusions on the results of our crop rotation trials that we started in October 2023, and will last 5 or 7 years. Through these trials we will gather all necessary data to calibrate tools, and validate our methodology. Follow our test fields in Mužlja and Novi Kneževac to track progress.

Our ultimate goal is to develop a Scalable Crop Rotation Testing Model

A model for testing, evaluation, and recommendation of crop rotation schemes that focuses on sustainability, nutrient provision, preventing soil fatigue, mitigating negative impact of weeds, diseases and pests, repairing the soil structure, improving soil health, and yields as well as product quality of crops.

To support the transition towards livestock-free sustainable production, our knowledge and solutions will be shared with the world for free.

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