A farm that produces ‘organic fertilisers’ has opened in the Netherlands, the first of its kind in Europe.

“Fox farm fertilisers” are used to improve the soil’s ability to absorb organic fertilisers, including organics like organic soybeans.

It is an important step towards increasing farmers’ income, according to the Dutch farm’s manager.

But the technology is expensive, so it has not yet been used widely in agriculture.

Al Jazeera’s Simon Jones reports from The Hague.