Enabling Regenerative Agriculture at scale

RegenX scales smallholder farmer transition to agroecological practices in ways that reduce their cost, increase their net profits and reduce on-farm GHG emissions.

Why help farmers transition to agroecological practices?

Decades of intensive chemical use have depleted soils from the microbiological life essential for healthy soils, crops and agri-products.

If we want to keep farming, we need to restore soil health. There is no other option.

Of all the things that could be done, we focus on the 3 biggest levers to soil regeneration in the context of smallholder farmers in Southeast Asia. 

They are: compost, cover crop and mulching. 

While this sounds simple, it is far from easy for farmers to transition to these practices.

That’s why we’re here – we help smallholder farmers implement these transitions successfully.

The net result for them: an immediate decrease in input cost, low to no decrease in yield, a healthier soil and healthier crops.

By ensuring that soils are restored, we are actually ensuring that we have a future.

RegenX compost training

Actual behavior change

We select, train and follow-up with farmers to implement 3 key techniques.

Composting from agri-waste.

Cover crops.


Unlike broad landscape surveys, we actual work with boots on the ground to ensure implementation is happening. 

Farmer support that scales

By combining site visits with regular phone check-ins and a tech-enabled support team, we are able to track progress and monitor farm-level implementation at scale. 

We don’t believe in “complicated tech” when it comes to smallholder farmers. But we do use tech as a key enabler.

Stakeholder programs

We are in a unique position because we have broad access to farms within the supply chains, we work directly with farmers and drive actual changes in behavior. Farmers trust us because we create tangible benefits for them.

As such, we can help buyers and financiers design the right programs to directly invest in the impact created – from carbon insetting to farmers livelihood improvement and soil healh regeneration.

What's in it for agri food buyers?

International buyers are under a tremendous pressure to comply with new decarbonization regulation, invest in sustainability while at the same time securing long-term supply.

In the context of global warming, this is increasingly difficult.

Invariably, all this can only happen if they invest in helping farmers regenerate soils – ensuring long-term crop production.

By designing the right programs to regenerate soils and decarbonize within their supply chains, we help agri food buyers deliver on compliance, sustainability and business continuity all at once.

The RegenX flywheel makes Regen Ag profitable

We select, train and follow-up with farmers to ensure they implement 3 core agroecological practices in replacement of chemical fertilizers.

Composting, cover crops and mulching.

This reduces their cost, replenishes soil microbiology and avoid GHG emissions from chemical fertilizers.

We accompany farmers  in their transitions with a combination of call center, on-site presence and a tech-enabled farmer support team.

Chemical fertilizer and practice tracking is currently done through our farmer app, especially designed for low-tech farmers in their 40-50s.

Based on actual farm progress, we’re connecting supply chain stakeholders with the right carbon insetting buyers and supply chain financiers to accelerate regenerative programs.

All relevant data related to farmer transitions, carbon insetting, farmers livelihood improvement and soil health is digitized and centralized in our platform.

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3 key impact areas measured in a single platform

Livelihood, Regenerative and Carbon impact

Green KPIs dashboard

Track progress and Green KPIs for seamless monitoring of environmental performance with simplicity and precision.

Livelihood improvement

Monitor enhancements in livelihoods directly at the farm gate, ensuring accurate tracking and fostering sustainable agricultural development.

Holistic impact dashboard

Have an overview of the holistic impact your programs have – from carbon to regenerative impact.

Regenerative Agriculture Pioneers

Regenerative Agriculture is the future of agriculture

It’s all about changing practices on the ground.
Benjamin Ware
Global head of climate and sustainable sourcing
Regenerative agriculture can be one of the most powerful tools in our arsenal for fighting climate change, biodiversity loss [...] and improve the livelihoods of farming communities around the world.
Ramon Laguarta
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
It revolves around the farm’s ecosystem: looking at the soil, looking at biodiversity, looking at water, and also looking at the carbon aspect. It is also about ensuring economic benefits for the farmers.
Jennifer Simpson
Director of Agriculture
These are unprecedented times with supply chains under enormous pressure and the impacts of climate change all too real. Regenerative farming is a critical part of the solution.
Grant Reid
Chair of SMI Agribusiness Task Force and Former Mars CEO

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