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FAO Jun 25
Did you know 1/3 of all global soils are already degraded and yet, we need 1000 years to grow 2-3cm of top soil? The we see today are all there is! We need to preserve this precious resource!
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FAO Jun 19
The degradation of the 🌎's soils has released about 78 billion tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere! Yet, healthy are one of our biggest allies against climate change! We need to protect the ground beneath our feet.
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NCSS National Cooperative Soil Survey 3h
It’s back! Talk about a collaborative product under the , Soilweb app for iPad, iPhone, and Android! Download it today!!!!
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CompostNow Jun 25
Atlanta, we invite you to join the tour of our mid-scale commercial operation, King of Compost, & learn how composting rebuilds our . We have a few spots left for our July 25th tour - email us at thedirt@compostnow.org to learn more! Photos by Donna McDermott
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MSCD Maryland 10h
Check out the Soils station from last year's Close Encounters with Agriculture! We're looking forward to CEWA this year.
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Treberfedd Farm Jun 21
Soil, earth, dirt, not something we think about every day. The whole of humanity is sustained by just the top soil beneath our feet which grows our food. Let's vow to look after the health of the soil for future generations, buying organic food is a good start.
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James Walmsley Jun 24
this looks like a great opportunity in 🇫🇮 🌲 🌳
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Courtney S. Jun 25
Two weeks of Forestry Summer Field Program course in the books.
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MSCD Maryland Jun 17
Soils can hold 4 times the amount of carbon that is stored in the atmosphere. Healthy soils are important to the process of sequestration, and healthier are better able to trap carbon and help prevent .
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Iorwerth Watkins 17h
Huge thank you to the Whitley's, Handyside's, plus all those who helped organise the site visit on Friday. and learned all about . NFM is much more than just leaky dams . and
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Agricultural Advisory Alliance Jun 24
Very informative day held by David Wall and Mark Plunkett detailing soil structures and the do’s and don’t of improving soils. Best tip was to spread FYM on compacted areas to improve activity of earthworms
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MSCD Maryland 11h
Steep slopes are susceptible to erosion, but you can overcome this with terraces and hardy ground cover plants. Terraces break the slope into shorter grades and intercept the runoff on its way down. More tips from the MDA:
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FAO Knowledge Jun 19
Healthy : 🌽 Sustain food production 💧Filter our water 🌩️Help us to combat climate change. Soils are our secret allies for a world.
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MSCD Maryland Jun 19
Healthy protect against drought by absorbing and storing . Healthy, vital soil act as an artificial reservoir during dry periods. However, unhealthy soils that lack and microbes are less able to aid in drought prevention and can worsen drought conditions.
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AE_Hub Jun 17
It's a sunny and bright morning at Manor House Agricultural Centre, Kitale. Dr Beth Medvecky talks about carbon processes and their relationship to soils during day 2 of our
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FAO Jun 18
Healthy are key to unlocking the potential of mitigating and adapting to . Watch to learn why 👇
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Excavator Daily Jun 22
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2IMPREZS 19h
Salty about salty ? So are we! Represented by , 2IMPREZS is at the North Sea Climate Conference 2019 in Sweden. 🌏🍃🍂 Today is all about public agencies, young & companies are working together to tackle .
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Joe Edwards Jun 18
Spent all morning trying to get an “instrument” (paintshaker) to stay on. Gave up, used tape.
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Soil Science Society 20h
Sulfur compounds from Brassica plants (mustards, cabbages…) can help heal soils infected with harmful . Learn more about by reading this Matter blog:
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