Agreena and IPSO Romania a new strategic partnership on the regenerative agriculture market 

Agreena the leading soil carbon certification company, announces the intensification of operations on the Romanian market through the strategic partnership with IPSO, the Romanian leader in agricultural machinery. Through this approach, the two companies aim to reward as many farmers as possible who adopt sustainable farming practices in the transition to regenerative agriculture.

Thus, farmers play a crucial role in combating climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil and reducing greenhouse gas emissions while making agriculture more productive and profitable. Agreena has developed a way that turns environmental impact into a new additional source of income for farmers, financing the regenerative transition and harnessing opportunities in the voluntary carbon market.Starting from May this year, through the partnership with IPSO Agricultură, Agreena is intensifying its operations on Romania market by maximizing the number of farmers participating in the Agreena Carbon program, offering them certificates that can later be sold on the voluntary carbon market. To promote regenerative agriculture nationally, IPSO will promote and register farmers for the program, strengthening the efforts of the local Agreena team.

“The partnership with IPSO Agricultură is an important step for farmers, giving more confidence and openness in this carbon farming market. Together we are convinced that we will succeed in developing this segment to increase the number of carbon certificates and facilitate farmers’ transition to regenerative farming practices.”, stated Mihaela-Monica Vasile, Market Lead Agreena Romania.

AgreenaCarbon program uses an internationally accredited mixed methodology to monitor, quantify, validate and verify greenhouse gas emissions reductions and removals on-farm level. Using satellite and artificial intelligence technology, it assesses five years of field data and quantifies farmers’ greenhouse gas emissions benchmarks, aligned with the latest United Nations IPCC guidelines. 

“Romania has a very high potential in regenerative agriculture, and the agricultural machinery offered by IPSO Agriculture represents the first pillar for implementing promising but equally sustainable technologies. The digitization of agriculture is becoming a goal at the national level, and the partnership with Agreena represents an important step in the development, efficiency, and increased profitability of farms in Romania”, added Adrian Călin, Crop Care Product Specialist, IPSO Agricultura.

Source: Business Review 05 2023

EC approves Romania’s EUR 14.9 bln plan for agriculture and rural development

On December 7 2022, the European Commission (EC) approved the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Strategic Plans of Romania and Bulgaria. The two Plans represent a total EU budget of EUR 20.5 bln, with EUR 5.6 bln for Bulgaria and EUR 14.9 bln for Romania.

Out of the total EU budget for these two countries, more than EUR 5.6 bln will be dedicated to environmental and climate objectives and eco-schemes, and EUR 436 mln to young farmers.

The Common Agricultural Policy – CAP will benefit from EUR 270 bln of EU funding for the 2023-27 period.

Romania’s Plan also includes EUR 1.1 bln allocated to investments in farms and processing units. Among other things, this will support the development of renewable energy sources and increase the value added to agricultural products. Farms of less than 50 hectares will also receive an additional redistributive payment, and 12,000 jobs will be created in rural Romania.

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January 2023


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Farming’s got talent! Vocational education and training for agriculture in transition

Training and workshops from EUROPEAN UNION

This event will bring together teachers, students, training providers and other EU and national level actors to highlight the role vocational education and training (VET) can play in creating a farming sector that is ready for the green and digital transition.

This event will be streamed online. You can follow the event live via this link.

Interaction with participants attending in person and online will be done on – register using the code #FarmingSkills

Practical information


Thursday 24 November 2022, 09:40 CET – Thursday 24 November 2022, 17:10 CET


Charlemagne Building

Rue de la Loi 170, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Livestream

Starts on Thursday 24 November 2022, 09:10 CET

Who should attend

Vocational education and training providers particualry agricultural schools (students, teachers), advisers, farmers, researchers, EU organisations, national authorities in charge of agriculture and education, EC services and agenciesLanguagesCroatian, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, SpanishOrganisersDirectorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development

Vocational education and training (VET) are key to develop the skills and competences that EU farmers need to succeed in a world shaped by rapid technological changes, digitalisation and global sustainability challenges. 

By exchanging inspiring practices and experiences among teachers, students, training providers and other EU and national actors the event wants to highlight the role of vocational education and training (VET) to enable an attractive farming sector ready for the twin green & digital transition, and identify priorities and successful approaches for the development of the right skill set.

The event has three main objectives:

1. Identify the changes in skills needed in the EU farming sector to address the challenges brought forward by the twin green and digital transition.

2. Share successful experiences of vocational education and training (VET) for sustainable, digital-ready and resilient farming in the EU, and identify challenges and possible ways forward.

3. Explore available tools to support high quality VET programmes and promote collaboration and synergies to deliver them.

Raw Organic “Bio Farm Crucea” Sunflower honey 2022

In cooperation with Stupina Ivan, Bio Far Crucea proudly announce the production of its first raw organic sunflower honey, which consist of above 45% organic sunflower pollen.

This honey, which has been created by bees who have primarily collected the nectar from our beatiful sunflower fields in July this year, is defined by its:

  • High level of glucose and fructose, low glucose/fructose ratio & low level of sucrose.
  • Bright, yellowish colour of a medium intensity.
  • A medium sweetness, strong acidity and short aftertaste. The flavour is said to be fresh at taste.

Raw organic sunflower honey is rarely sold on supermarkets and big food stores, because it is difficult to be produced and needs an extensive plot of organic sunflower land around.

This bio superfood has several benefits for humans:

  • It is antiseptic.
  • It is used to cure sore throats, colds, influenza.
  • It is great for kidneys, lungs and intestines.
  • It strengthens heart & blood vessels.
  • It is a quick source of energy and can easily substitute sugar.
  • It is antibacterial.
  • Finally it encourages hair growth.

Our agricultural land borders with the Romanian National Reserve of Dealul Allah Bahir and its beautiful incontaminated hills.

If you want to buy some, please contact us:

Romanians spend over 50 times less on organic food than EU average

Romanians spend on average EUR 2 per year on organic products, whereas the average European pays EUR 102 in the same time span.

The domestic market for organic products could grow if the Government would provide them in hospitals, schools, and universities, said Diego Canga Fano and Henri Delanghe, officials from the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI) in an interview with Agerpres.

The two are in Romania to aid the government to develop a plan for eco-friendly agriculture. According to them, the EU wants demand and supply in the sector to blend with long-term sustainability, a combination that is to be encouraged with funds from the recovery and resilience plan.“The target is for 25% of the total EU agricultural area to be organically cultivated by 2030. Only 3.5% of the agricultural area in Romania is organically cultivated right now,” Fano said. “Romania is the first country we visit. We came especially to Romania, given the importance of the country, to increase the area allocated to organic farming,” he added.

“The target is for 25% of the total EU agricultural area to be organically cultivated by 2030. Only 3.5% of the agricultural area in Romania is organically cultivated right now,” Fano said. “Romania is the first country we visit. We came especially to Romania, given the importance of the country, to increase the area allocated to organic farming,” he added.

Source: Romania Insider September 2022

We buy organic – Cumparam bio 2022

Our Company Operating Officer Mr. Dan Ursulica (, is in charge for trading department operations with local bio farmers and organic producers in general.

We encourage any local farmer in the area of Constanta, Tulcea, Ialomita, Braila and Galati to contact us: we are a very solid and reliable partner: we buy your products!