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Simon Jeffery Jul 17
Is it time to consider a new approach to support and enhance policy? Pay for Practice, not Performance!
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Nikolaus Fritz Jul 7
Strip tilling a sprayed out with some fert. Getting ready for
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Jun 27
I think a compulsory part of every child's should be to learn about how is , how to a few simple dishes - and also how what we eat, and the of the are inextricably connected. =more ==
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Ben Adams 🌾 Jul 12
It’s official! This year we really start our move away from ‘coventional’ agriculture to a more regenerative system! The now ex agronomist says it’s a stupid idea so we’d better prove him wrong!
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Isaac Lab Jul 2
New Postdoctoral position in my research group, broadly on agrobiodiversity, agroecosystem function and plant-soil feedbacks. Please get in touch with me for more information.
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Jake Fiennes Jul 1
The arable landscape which has seen some of the largest declines in diversity, is I believe on a journey to re-address this.
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SWFarmConsultants Aug 8
SWFC's Anthony Ellis has been doing some "post-harvest touching" (as he calls it!) on the family farm in . Wheat fields earmarked for diverse cover crops before spring cereals next year. Nice crumb structure; lovely & friable down to a good depth.
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Natural Resources Conservation Service Aug 6
“What I’m growing is soil health; I’m a biological farmer.”
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Innovative Farmers Jun 26
How do you add fertility to your farm? are conducting a short survey of what fertility and organic matter inputs UK farmers and growers use? It should only take 5 mins. Please share the word.
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EU Agriculture🌱 Jun 18
Soil is a non-renewable resource 🌱 Keeping it healthy is essential for food security and our future Here is how the CAP helps farmers preserve :
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Suresh Prabhu Jul 13
Top is responsible for fertility,which makes grow,the land without soil can’t produce food that feeds the billions of humans,animals,birds,insects who all together are the part of integrated which sustains all biological life on planet.
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RD UG4PH Jul 5
" have discovered in the insides of tiny animals living at the tip of . These microplastics are then distributed into the soil by these animals, which can affect both plant & ."
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APG Extension account Jun 28
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Kate Evans Jun 25
This one took a lonnnnnng time to get right -- sifting the science on regenerative agriculture for : Profs Gwen Grelet and were very helpful, as were all the I spoke with
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Agrii Jul 14
What's happening below ground? Regional Technical Advisor David Felce, digging to uncover what effect the season has had on structure. Join us online for more:
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Laura Van Eerd Jun 25
3/3 still unsure of the value of & impact of Mgmt?Check out stress on corn (same soil type, 300m away). Tillage compaction, no cover crops (maybe planted too wet too). Photos within minutes today
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Kansas Farmer ©️ Jul 18
Tender mixing summer mix with winter mix straight into the drill. Range Maggots need food.
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Dr. U S Awasthi Jul 9
We need to reorient the input marketing strategy for better soil health. A very nice article by Marketing Director & Head-ASD wrote for , a leading magazine for agriculture industry.
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Geertje van Keulen Jul 2
Looking forward to the 'Sustainable Future' Workshops on taking place next week, I will be chairing the session on and ! We welcome input via Open Calls Written Evidence/Case Study:
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Thomas Farrell 19h
Seeding some more today, fine seeds in front tank. Course in the back. Alternating 15” rows to place seeds at proper depths. Hopefully get stronger emergence this way 10 way mix. manure first on this field. Other fields we will spread on green crop.
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