Carbon Killer


Positive measure towards sustainability in terms of higher soil organic matter contents and reduced risks of soil erosion and nitrate leaching.

Main focus of the company is on climate change mitigation and restoring biodiversity thanks to innovative technologies for agricultural plant production. For fast, effective CCC termination and permanent carbon storage. We are a new company, but we rely on many decades of experience behind us thanks to consultants in the field of sales and service of agricultural and forestry equipment, as well as professors and farmers from Central and Eastern Europe. The technology of the carbon killer is a revolutionary method of processing CCC, in which we store carbon in graves where it remains buried for a very long time. According to the research of the German research institution Thuenen Institute report,, even after more than 40 years, the carbon deep in the soil remains stable."


Catch and cover crops/CCC/, also greening : they bring many benefits to our soil. Problems such as: the subsequent processing /called termination/ of the cover crop can be very time and economically demanding. According to a European survey by the European Commission 80% do not harvest CCC. ,,When a farmer does not harvest CCC, there must be another way of termination of this crop, since after a while a new main crop needs to be planted. Ploughing was the most common way for termination (62%), especially in Spain and Romania.“ ,,43 out of 45 farmers that applied a herbicide for CCC termination, indicated that they used glyphosate for that.“ And usually termination of CCC just at the time when it is necessary to sow as best and as quickly as possible for the next season's main crop.

Even if the farmer succeeds in chopping down the cover crops, mulching them, or otherwise processing them, for example with discs. There is still a problem with a large amount of fresh organic matter on the surface of the field. According to a survey by the European Commission, 62% use plowing, which also has disadvantages such as loss of soil moisture, and it is also very costly in terms of fuel and time. By the way this fresh matter is ,, greening“ so it is green and full of precious water.  The lack of water is the biggest problem in agriculture, and farmers often sabotage cover crops or they reject them completely, because they lose more water, which they already have less than needed.

What happens when we spray with glyphosate, mow or mulch CCC and then leave them on the surface of the field? They start to dry out, so we lose the water contained in them, if they dry too much and the wind can blow them away in the form of dust and small particles, in which  way, we also waste carbon and biomass that might otherwise remain in the soil. Water, carbon and organic matter are essential for a healthy soil, the functioning of fungi and microbial life in the soil. So it's a good idea not to waste them.

So far, there is no available solution to this problem on the market, other than the use of machines for medium-deep soil processing and mixing the crops with topsoil other than full-field plowing. Such a solution is the entire surface treatment of the field, and this is difficult to combine with minimal tillage, no- tillage or strip till.  The problem of full-scale plowing is the loss of moisture /water/ as well as an increase in the risk of soil being washed away on slopes, as well as the complex process of subsequent soil preparation for sowing.

,,On average, 3.4 labour hours per ha were spent to CCC, varying between 2.4 hours per ha in the Netherlands and 6.3 hours per ha in Spain. The overall cost per ha varied between less than 100 and more than 175 euro/ha in France and Spain, respectively, with an average of 144 euro/ha.“ The European Commission's science and knowledge service , Joint Research Centre  /JRC/ - ,, Adoption of cover crops for climate change mitigation in the EU „ 2019


We have direct access with the possibility of immediate testing on a family farm with an area of 153ha. On this farm, 7 years of research on reducing soil compaction and improving soil properties is already underway. Furthermore, thanks to our network of contacts, we have the opportunity to test the prototype on more than 8,000 hectares in Central Europe if needed. We have extensive experience with agricultural services and we know that a similar technology or service is not yet available on the market.

Service and spare parts 

Our technology shares the main parts of renowned European agricultural machinery brands that are proven reliable in practice. Most of the parts are available on the spare parts market and therefore we believe that the service and their availability is guaranteed by their manufacturers. Our company CCCarbon Killer will therefore be new on the market, but approximately 80% of spare and consumable parts have been on the market for a long time.