Agroecology is a merging of systems and technologies that allow for sustainable, high quality and competitive productiveness within the agriculture and livestock industry.

Agroecology takes into account the complexity of each producing ecosystem and considers the ecosystem’s ecological balance to be one of the main factors in determining the level of production. In keeping with a holistic vision, we believe that the planning and administration, traditional methods, productivity, capital, and water and energy use of the industry should be interconnected with ecological considerations in the aim to achieve the multiple goals associated with food production and economic profitability.

We take into account the conservation and restoration of biodiversity as a fundamental element of the entire agroecological process.

Additionally, Bioplaneta seeks to adapt new developments and the use of new technologies to the cultural conditions that exist within each region by acknowledging the area’s present reality and particular problems. Organic or ecological agriculture is considered at base level a live, dynamic and systematic organism, and just as an environmental conservation entity seeks to adapt to it’s specific corresponding hydrographical landscape, organic farming strives to incorporate the independent reality and problems of its particular region into its chosen methods of production.