A sustainable world starts with sustainable cities

In the basis of Croppit philosophy there is the aim to contribute to a safer and better environment. By 2050, 70% of the World’s population will live in urban areas, and we want these cities greener and more sustainable.


Discover how we can create a green planet together:

plant breeding

Our partner Breeders always use natural breeding methods like open pollination, cross pollination or clonal selection and all the varieties are free of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO).

growing techniques

All plants tested at our Plant Lab facilities are grown using efficient methods of irrigation and fertilization, minimum use of chemicals and optimizing the waste.

The Croppit platform also provides an efficient way to develop new plants. By connecting and sharing with professionals and consumers, we can focus on the most relevant phases of the process and avoid working with plants that will never see the market. By connecting people, we expect to increase our efficiency by more than 25%.

Low maintenance

Croppit works actively to search low maintenance and drought tolerant plants for urban gardening in extreme conditions. Check our plant category Low maintenance to learn more about efficient gardening.

Urban farms

Urban farms and in-home production of edibles is a good strategy to contribute to a greener city. At Croppit you will find specific products like small fruit trees designed to grow in small spaces and interesting proposals of herbs, veggies and aromatic plants. If you are an urban farmer, check our plant categories Grow your food and Plants for Health.

Principles of
circular economy

A circular economy provides multiple value creation mechanisms, and is an attractive and viable alternative that businesses have already started exploring today. Croppit wants to contribute with some Circular Economy strategies like:

  • Digitally enabled knowledge sharing solutions.
  • Peri-Urban & Urban farming.
  • Development of connected devices to optimize water and soil management.