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Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier
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El proyecto

Adopta un campo de patatas de "Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier" en Delbrück (Alemania) y recibe tu cosecha a domicilio en forma de patatas Bioland Heiderot. El Farmer Marco cuidará de tu adopción y le sacará una foto. También podrás descargarte un certificado de adopción y, si quieres, planificar una visita a la finca. No hay compromiso de permanencia: una vez que recibas el producto y si te gusta la experiencia, podrás decidir si renuevas tu adopción.

El proyecto

Adopta un campo de patatas de "Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier" en Delbrück (Alemania) y recibe tu cosecha a domicilio en forma de patatas Bioland Heiderot. El Farmer Marco cuidará de tu adopción y le sacará una foto. También podrás descargarte un certificado de adopción y, si quieres, planificar una visita a la finca. No hay compromiso de permanencia: una vez que recibas el producto y si te gusta la experiencia, podrás decidir si renuevas tu adopción.

¿Qué adoptas?
Adoptas un campo de patatas (5,1m²) de nuestra finca en Delbrück (Alemania). Adoptas 5,1 m² de nuestro campo de patatas "Heiderot", que estamos gestionando en base al decreto EG-Öko- y las normas de Bioland desde 2018 - hemos terminado la certificación en otoño de 2020. La variedad Heiderot procede de la zona “Lüneburger Heide” (Brezal de Luneburgo) (Alemania) y fue aprobada como nueva variedad para el cultivo de la patata en 2017. Heiderot crece con una densidad más baja que otras variedades de patata. El tubérculo madre forma varios brotes de los que crecen pequeños 'Heiderots'. Heiderot destaca por su baja susceptibilidad al virus del moteado del tallo de la patata, costras y daños y una alta resistencia a los nematodos. "Heiderot" es una de las variedades más impresionantes debido a su intenso color rojo. La patata 'Heiderot' es bastante rara, ya que es una nueva variedad y la patata para siembra es todavía muy cara. En una cosecha regular, podemos cosechar un promedio de 7,5 kg de patatas Heiderot por cada adopción, esto corresponde a unas 65-85 patatas individuales de unos 110 g. Estamos gestionando todos nuestros campos con persistencia y pasión sobre la base de las normas de BioLand. Por lo tanto, nuestras patatas nunca han visto pesticidas o fertilizantes minerales en su vida. Crecen en caballones y subsisten en nuestra fértil tierra cultivable. Para un buen cultivo de la patata desde el principio, cultivamos trébol con anterioridad. El trébol tiene tres efectos: acumula nutrientes (en particular nitrógeno) que luego introduce en el suelo, controla las malas hierbas y sirve como alimento básico para nuestro ganado. En este año estamos cultivando 1 hectárea en total de la variedad de patata Heiderot. Lo que significa 1960,8 veces 5,10 m² y un rendimiento total de 15 toneladas de patatas, de las cuales podemos utilizar el 80% como patatas para consumo humano. El 20 % no utilizado para el consumo humano debido a las marcas de presión o gusanos de alambre, alimentan a nuestro ganado. ¡Adoran nuestras patatas tanto como tú y nosotros!
¿Qué recibes?
Cada temporada te enviaremos una caja con: 7,5 kg de __patatas ecológicas Heiderot__ (Bioland) (en 3 bolsas de papel) Nuestra variedad de patata "Heiderot" es una mezcla entre cocción firme y la cocción predominantemente firme. Heiderot es cualquier cosa menos una patata ordinaria - ¡atrae la vista! Con su piel roja y su carne roja, Heiderot es imprescindible para las ensaladas, las patatas asadas gratinadas y otros platos de patatas populares. Después de todo, la comida entra por los ojos. Pero no es sólo la apariencia lo que convence, sino también su sabor tan aromático y ligeramente mantecoso. ¡"Heiderot" es el modelo entre las patatas y por lo tanto algo muy exclusivo para ti! Se puede preparar de muchas maneras y almacenar particularmente bien; en un lugar fresco, seco y oscuro duran hasta medio año. Deja volar tu imaginación cuando cocines y sorprende a tus amigos y familia con un espectacular plato con "Heiderot". __ ¿Cómo guardo mejor mis Heiderot?__ Las patatas se almacenan mejor en un espacio fresco, oscuro y ligeramente aireado entre 4 °C y 10 °C. Por favor, no guardes manzanas, peras o ciruelas cerca de las patatas para evitar que éstas germinen. Si una patata tiene un aspecto un poco diferente de las demás o empieza a germinar, todavía puedes comertela. Sólo tienes que quitar las zonas afectadas, las puntas o los pequeños brotes. Si la patata empieza a ponerse verde o germina demasiado, quiere ser plantada y no deberías comertela.
¿Cuándo lo recibes?
Más abajo puedes ver la fecha límite para poder participar en este proyecto (fecha límite de adopción). A partir de esta fecha el Farmer empezará a preparar los pedidos de las cajas que debe enviar. Durante el proceso de compra podrás elegir una de las fechas que el Farmer propone para recibir tu caja.
¿Por qué adoptar?
* Conoce quién, cómo y dónde se producen tus alimentos. Adquiere tus alimentos de forma consciente. * Compra directamente al productor. Ayuda a generar mayor riqueza y mejores trabajos en entornos rurales. * Planíficate y permite que el Farmer cultive bajo demanda. Así conseguiremos evitar el desperdicio de comida que se cultiva sin que tenga venta. * Premia a los Farmers que se esfuerzan por un packaging y unas prácticas de cultivo que respetan el medio ambiente.
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Fecha límite adopción 30/09/2021
Entregas a partir del 25/10/2021

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Marco Jostmeier
We are Marco, Tjorben and Tim from Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier from beautiful Delbrück. We build the passion for agriculture together, we love what we do. Our form of agriculture is the driving force of tomorrow’s agriculture. Marco is in his mid twenties and farmer with heart and soul, hardly any farmer is as conscientious as he is. His love belongs to the cattle and the fields, even though the cattle shred his nerves from time to time. Marco always knew that he wanted to be a farmer, this is why he and his best friend Tim brought his great uncles’ farm, which was decommissioned for 15 years because they retired, but are still living on the farm, back to life in 2015. Tim does what Marco does not like: the office. He classifies the receipts, executes payments, ensures that the orders run smoothly, establishes contacts and does whatever needs to be done in the office. Whenever there is a lot to be done on the fields, you can find him on the tractor. Step by step more life came back to the farm and the fields. In 2017 Marco’s partner Tjorben joined the team. He takes care of our marketing, social media and our homepage, which will be launched this year. Alongside he can be found on the tractor, tilling all day or caring for the animals. We have been three since then and developed new ideas and plans on how to improve our farm. It quickly became clear that the three of us want to farm in a more innovative way than the former generations. This is why we joined the Bioland-association in August 2018 and finished in August 2020 our conversion to ecological agriculture. This conversion brought a couple of other ideas on track, among other things to involve the consumer and to reduce the distance between producer and consumer. This is why we targeted to practice agriculture in a transparent and sustainable way and to market our products directly. We started off with friends and family, later with social media. Since there was huge interest in our products and its production and we were absolutely impressed by the interest, we wanted more! This is why we got to CrowdFarming. It creates an immediate connection between farmer and consumer and is besides highly innovative. Crowdfarming suits our farm really well and reflects the modern way of direct marketing in agriculture.
Marco Jostmeier

"We love talking about our agriculture and are very pleased, when we are able to inspire others. It wasn’t easy to skip one generation and bring it back to life with a 20 year old business – but we wanted to make a difference and believe in what we are doing. A lot will change, but one thing is clear – we still need food in the future."

Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier
Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier
We are Marco, Tjorben and Tim from Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier from beautiful Delbrück. Together we are managing about 50 hectares, provide more than 75 cows with our own feed, shear our three sheep and alpacas and want to practice modern and sustainable biological agriculture. We got to agriculture in various ways. We love what we are doing! Our farm is an idyllic place – the former generations (Marco’s great uncle’s family and their ancestors) already loved living on the farm and farm the fields. Beautiful Delbrück is not only our home, but also to our cattle. They are held and fed on the pasture for at least 200 days a year. They are the secret stars next to our alpacas and sheep on the farm. Cyclists and cars are stopping every day to take photos or simply observe how they are hiding in the shades and doze. We do what we do with passion! We are practicing sustainable and modern agriculture by fullest conviction. We only want to take from nature what we’re giving it back at another point. Therefore we are farming in closed circuits and promoting biodiversity. We are farming all of our fields in a sustainable way and are working with nature. Our soil contains many treasures for us, if only we deal with it properly. This is why we are pursuing the target of doing something good for our soil every day. We attach great importance to crop rotation. Crop rotation means something like a farming-plan or an allocation plan: This plan defines what is cultivated on each field – and what is coming the year after! Nutrient supply, disease and pest pressure, weed abundance, soil structure and humus content are impacted by crop rotation. Special significance is attached to preventing crop rotational deficiency symptoms and diseases. Therefore you have to respect classical, old crop rotation patterns, which partly fell into oblivion due to traditional management and simpler crop rotation patterns. Crop rotation makes reacting to market fluctuations, weather conditions or current issues, just as weed abundance, in a suitable and ecological way possible. This is why we only use mechanical weed control methods and regulate it via crop rotation. Therefore we save on expensive sprays and obtain a healthy soil structure. Thereby we conserve and preserve natural habitats. Our way of managing agriculture stands for active protection of air, water and soil. At the moment, we don’t need expensive watering, since our potatoes get along with the current, natural rainfalls. Our fields are really diverse. Next to potatoes, grains and peas, we also cultivate various green manures, broad beans and corn. We back diversity and try working mostly like a natural ecosystem. For example like a forest: The trees drop their leaves in autumn. Earthworm, springtails and microorganisms process these to valuable continuous humus and subsequently into nutrients that are available for plants. Therefore there are enough nutrients for the trees to build new leaves the next spring. Just as in the forest, we also need to fertilise our soil. This is where our cattle’s manure comes into play. We bring this to our fields, to restore the nutrient supplies of our soil. Another aspect is regenerative farming. This contains measures to activate and strengthen the soil consistency and humus enrichment. An important point is greening of the fields throughout the whole of the year, which is guaranteed by the nurse crop of main fruits like grains or corn. Also catch crop cultivation serves as an important tool in extending land covering. All of our animals benefit from our cultivated fruits. About 2/3 of our feed is from our own production. We receive the rest of the feed from our regional cooperating farm. We keep our animals appropriate and assume responsibility for our farm animals, from earthworms to cattle, from bee to sheep or alpaca. Each and every one of them deserves to be treated with respect. This is why we count on pasture grazing in small groups, so that every animal has enough space. Our cattle even get potatoes. They like the potatoes with pressure marks or the ones already germinating better than we do. We care about a preferably hassle-free slaughtering of our cattle, this is why they are slaughtered in our region so that there is no need for long rides for them. We pursue the target of enhancing transparency of agriculture and a close exchange with our consumers, therefore we gladly answer all questions and like to welcome guests to our farm.
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Información técnica
Dirección
Bio Hof Marco Jostmeier, Delbrück, DE
Altitud
98m
Equipo
3 hombres
Dimensión
50ha
Técnicas de cultivo
Agricultura ecológica/Bioland
Localización