This report describes the results of the fieldwork and the interpretation for a 3-year project on regenerative agriculture. It also includes a paragraph with the synthesis of the first two reports. The goal of the project is to compare which regenerative and conventional agriculture in theory and practice in a Dutch context. This report is the latest in a series of three and describes the measurements carried out, their interpretation and the synthesis of the results of the three reports. The first report investigated which regenerative practices are applied and what the potential and actual benefit of regenerative agriculture is with regard to the preservation and storage of carbon in agricultural land in the Netherlands. The second report describes the effects of various regenerative measures, which have been quantified using simulations with a soil-water model. Described are the availability of water, surface runoff and drainage to canals.