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BC Organic Farmers Mar 21
"There is a misconception prevailing among the conventional farmers that produces lower yields than the chemically grown crops. The project, however, has 'demonstrated to them the cost-effectiveness and higher yield of crops in our fields'"
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Ethan Brown 22h
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Kola folorunsho 18h
SOYAZIBAH....buy one ...buy all....made from purely organic soyabeans...
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Bio-Beds Plus Mar 20
Pesticide residues found in 70% of produce sold in US even after washing ,
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Redd Becker Mar 24
Went to talk by Liz Carlisle and Bob Quinn on their book Grain by Grain, about organic wheat & benefits of heritage Kamut. Great to leave the event feeling inspired about the future of our food. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Arfon Williams 6h
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Business Line Mar 21
is proving a big plus for climate-hit farmers
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TAP news agency Mar 22
will be among the pioneering countries on the global market in the field, said Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries Minister Samir Taieb
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Byambasuren Enkhee Mar 22
Here's another one that was useful for my research:
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Eddyednah Mar 22
Land is an important asset to each human being not only to the farmers, protect the land where our food come from avoid too much toxics. People are losing the strong connection between them and land.
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ChesapeakeChiro 8h
"In order of pesticide concentration, 2019's Dirty Dozen list is: strawberries, spinach, kale, nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery and potatoes."
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The Better India 18h
Be sustainable - grow your own vegetables.
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Dirt2table Mar 24
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Eco-Business 19h
Farmers in Bengal, India are producing from cow manure to provide at home, and then using the leftover slurry to improve the soil in their fields.
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Bob Tillman 10h
Hello red-tailed hawk friend! We LOVE seeing happy flora and fauna on Alta Colina Vineyard. Happy dirt makes happy plants makes happy animals... @ Alta Colina Vineyard & Winery — at Alta...
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Bob Tillman 9h
Not a hawk. But still a lovely side effect of organic farming! Happy fauna means happy flora means happy dirt means happy wine. @ Alta Colina Vineyard & Winery — at Alta Colina Vineyard & Winery
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🇮🇳 ratnakar shetty Mar 20
Fruits of labour or is it vegetables of labour
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Laura's Mercantile Mar 21
Laura (red coat) stands on the capitol steps with her fellow farmers after a long day of lobbying to preserve the integrity of the USDA organic label. The is the only national organization to represent the interest of U.S. farmers.
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🌞Reality 6h
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RELACSeu Mar 18
wants to thank everyone who participated in the survey. You have greatly contributed to improving our knowledge about antimicrobials and anthelmintics in and advancing our project
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