Kiss the Ground Cotton

The practice of Regenerative farming may vary from farm to farm. That is why our policy will take a personalized approach with each farmer based on the obstacles the farmer must overcome and decide on what practices are best adopted. An overnight transition from conventional farming to regenerative is not feasible. The concept is to incorporate as many of these practices as possible at the outset with the goal of adopting more of them each growing season.


– Cover Cropping to eliminate the use of herbicides

– Strengthening the plant’s immune system to eliminate the use of pesticides and fungicides

– Preparation of land in advance of planting

– Minimal to zero traditional tilling

– The elimination of synthetic fertilizers

– Composting

– Non-GMO seeds

– Seeds planted without fungicide or insecticide

– No glyphosate

– Animal grazing

– The reduction of water

– No herbicides, pesticides and poisonous defoliations

– Planting perennials on the property to increase photosynthesis