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Crofter's Organic Jun 13
Burning sugar cane fields is a common way of harvesting sugar but it wreaks havoc on the ecosystem by ruining the soil & destroying animal habitats. The Green Cane Project has pioneered green cane harvesting by harvesting mechanically, never burning their crops!
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Pollybell Organic Jun 14
Evening crop walk through some winter wheat
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Birdoswald Cheese Jun 19
On a brighter note We have bees yes bees ! This was on the brambles but the white clover is humming even on a damp day
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Crofter's Organic Jun 13
We’re in the lab where a specific type of wasp is being bred to rival borer worms, which are one of the bigger pests when growing cane sugar. Most farms would use pesticides to get rid of them, but not this one!😎
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chadkubanoff Jun 19
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Birdoswald Cheese 13h
Cows & calves enjoying the longest day of the year
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EcoH Holdings Jun 12
Let's get it right...You can not reap where you do not sow!!
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Nnaumrata Arora Singh 27m
I have a new skill to propose for the curriculum being revised for kids - . It is critical to teach our kids the importance of growing their own food, of connecting them to the magical properties of water and the connection of all life with the air and sun.
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Emma's Organic Dairy 23h
Intensive farming methods are poisoning our soils, losing our wildlife it’s habitat and it’s food source while producing food that is slowly killing us. Support to make the change, we are proud of our rare flower meadows
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Kathy Horniblow 9h
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Akayi 17h
Did you know that the Armillaria Ostoyae, the 2,400 year old mushroom popularly known as the honey mushroom is the largest living organism on the plane?
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Jun 19
The last Swifts disappeared from around here 3 years ago. House Martins too. If you then don't buy or food grown using which the these depend upon. Buy and support which protects .🐝🦋
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SIDE Nigeria Jun 20
Bee keeping ,a profitable agribusiness you can start with less than N30,000. Thinking of starting a farm business? Think Farmkash!
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Sarah Holloway Jun 20
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Faithful Oaks Farm & Orchards Jun 15
We are in the middle of the worst Japanese beetle invasion in Faithful Oaks history! Any suggestions? We are totally organic so no evil chemicals!
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Birdoswald Cheese Jun 18
Cow & calf safely in the shed tonight after an event full day Found her in a hypocalcaemia coma out in the field this morning Still not 100%
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ShootsandGreens Jun 13
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delli Carpini Farm Jun 15
A good year for snow peas
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Akayi 22h
Did you know that the organic farming movement arose in the 1940s in response to the industrialization of agriculture?
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farmobile 5m
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