Water productivity, by reducing evaporation and increasing water infiltration, more water is retained in the soil and made available to plants.
Organic matter in the soil, fundamental to improving soil health and water retention.
Water retention, which results in more water available to crops, especially during prolonged dry periods, resulting in fewer crop losses due to water scarcity and drought.
Farmland resilience, with the strength to withstand adverse climate conditions such as droughts, heavy rainfall, and high temperatures.
Return on investment, when implemented correctly, ASA generates increased net incomes while improving overall productivity and efficiency.