HKF  Agrosystems AG

Innovative upcycling concept for manure, fermentation residues and comunal waste water

HKF Agrosystems AG deals with the international marketing and planning of the MoRoPlant-Systems as well as its own projects and products in the agricultural and commercial sector. 

The development of high-quality additives for upcycling of manure, biogas fermentation residues and sewage sludge is our core competence. We developed the concept of the "MoRoPlant", which Flottweg SE implements in the field of plant construction on our behalf.

We are working for a better environment


The development of the MoRoPlant aims to generate a useful recyclable material from a toxic substance - e.g. slurry - which is available in high quantities, which paves the way for hybrid agriculture.

The expertise and know-how around the agrosystems moves us and drives an ongoing development of these, which our company has set itself as its goal.


Slurry becomes a climate-friendly CO2 storage system, which serves as an equivalence to synthetic fertilizers.

The solid forms a stable clay-humus complex, which also serves as a peat substitute. Thus, it acts directly and indirectly as a CO2 sink and contributes positively to the CO2 balance.

The additives used have a drinking water permit in parts of the European Union and are generated from regional resources, which generate sizable value where the technology is used.


The development and establishment of hybrid agro-systems should enable a connection between the economic, ecological and social aspects of sustainable agriculture, including the associated animal husbandry. 

A pure black-and-white thinking between conventional and organic land management should be softened and both systems should participate in combination.

Hybrid agrosystems are intended to develop new alternative production methods to close material cycles without inseparably mixing technical and biological circuits so that cradle-to-cradle systems can be created.


In the long term, our soils will be returned to their healthy origins.

For too long, synthetic fertilizers have salted the soilto a large extent, as there has been no adequate altenative saline for agriculture in the area of fertilizers to achieve stable yields.

By using the solids, we can use the humus build-up to make the water storage capacity (usable field capacity) and by reactivating and promoting soil life to get the soils capable of resistance to climate change.

The solids lead to a considerable soil improvement at border sites, where today only little to no land use is possible.

The reforestation and planting of forests in desert regions can be supported by the solids and the liquid phase can be used as irrigation water for irrigation on site.