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This versatile cereal grain is the most widely grown and most important grain in the world. It used to make a wide range of foods including flour, bread and pasta.
Rapeseed, also known as canola, is a type of plant that is grown for its seeds, which are used to produce canola oil which is a very popular cooking oil.
Beans are a type of legume that are grown for their edible seeds. They are a good source of plant-based protein, making them a popular choice for vegetarians and vegans.
Resistant to drought, this cereal grain is a good source of fibre, protein, and various nutrients like selenium, manganese, and phosphorous.
This legume is a versatile and nutrient-rich crop that improves soil quality, supports sustainable farming, and is great for human consumption.
Maize (corn) has a long cultivation history and is versatile since it can be used fresh, dried, or ground into flour. It’s also a valuable source of animal feed and biofuel.
Buckwheat is a healthy, gluten-free pseudo-grain with similar uses and nutrition as traditional grains.
Grass is vital for many ecosystems and essential in agriculture, providing forage and improving soil health. Humans also use it for food, fiber, recreation, and fuel.
FARM MANAGER ZIDIKAI
With an agricultural apprenticeship and a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Christian’s career has spanned a variety of professions, from self-employment in agricultural service companies to crop advisor, biogas plant supervisor and field manager. Since 2019, he joined the Northgro family and has been supporting the agricultural business as a farm manager in Nordicagra. What he likes the most about his work is that he is involved in every process happening on the farm, be it with the employees or the produce.
“The earth is not a gift from our parents, it’s a loan from our children.“