Farmers can now grow fruits, vegetables, and carbon credits

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ProducePay teams up with Allcot to create a carbon crediting project designed for fruit and vegetable growers

The carbon offset market is inching its way onto the farm. Selling carbon credits to fund regenerative agriculture practices that sequester more soil while producing food has captured the imaginations...

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