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Nature helps!

In integrated farming, we rely on natural care measures

When growing our Val Venostas apples, the magic word is "sustainability". Therefore, 92% of the apples are also harvested according to the guidelines of the integrated production. This method allows the production of quality fruit with the best possible protection of human health and the environment. In simple terms, this means an optimal location, reduced use of pesticides, methodical orchards care and natural control of pests.
Regular inspection
Quality Control South Tyrol carefully controls that the guidelines are met.
Continuous development
The apple production is continuously revised and upgraded.
Eco-friendly measures
Natural care measures are preferred.

Keep the balance

In integrated production, our farmers protect the habitats of natural pest controllers. Singing birds, hedgehogs or ladybugs, for example, are really great enemies of pests and help maintain balance in orchards.

Soil care

Real top apples only thrive on good soil. That is why the Venosta Valley is nourished and "airy". The microorganisms are stored in the soil and the trees are protected from nutrient thieves.

Quality is not a coincidence

Fulfilling all the requirements of integrated farming requires good advice and genuine care. Therefore, our farmers always have experts at their side and a control body verifies their registered environmental measures.

Whispers of apples and other fruity stories

Really exciting, interesting and curious things to look at

Three generations learn from each other

Three generations live and work at the Gaudenz Gutshof Isser farm in Parcines. Their responsibilities are clearly separated but one thing connects them all: love for the nature. Here is their story! 

Ecosystem: hedges, stones and animals

What do hedges, piles of stones and small animals have in common? They are all part of Val Venosta’s ecosystem. But how does it work? Read here to find out!