Agróptimum is a pioneer in modern farming, focusing on managing rural estates with innovative practices to make agriculture more sustainable, efficient, and profitable.

This represents a significant shift in the agricultural sector, emphasizing the importance of transitioning to technology-driven, biodiverse, and sustainable farming for the future.

Sustainability at the heart of farming

Our farming approach revolves around three key pillars: water, soil, and biodiversity. Prioritizing water resources, we use probes, satellite images, and drones for efficient irrigation management.

Our use of state-of-the-art drip irrigation systems, real-time monitoring of soil conditions, and a dedicated platform ensure precise control across all our estates.

In our plantations, a sustainable cultivation system allows for a 35% water savings per hectare compared to traditional cereal crops and a 20% water savings per kilogram of almond kernel produced compared to intensive cultivation. Importantly, we achieve a 60% reduction in phytosanitary products, aligning with the European Union's 2020 goals. Moreover, over the last 3 years, we've successfully reforested the country with 10 million trees, enhancing our fight against emissions.

To complete our sustainable initiatives, Agróptimum emphasizes preserving biodiversity. Planting riparian species creates ecological corridors, and we use native plant and animal barriers to manage pests.

Additionally, we preserve cork oak forests and other ecologically valuable areas, contributing to the protection of local fauna and flora and combating climate change by absorbing CO2.

The social impact of estate management

It something vital for rural communities. Transitioning to innovative cultivation systems not only increases farm profitability but also creates job opportunities, revitalizing local economies.

With an estimated one qualified job for every 15 hectares of farmland managed by Agróptimum, we contribute to the sustainability of rural communities, especially amid challenges like cuts in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

A sustainable investment for society, the environment and the economy.