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MSCD Maryland May 13
Did you know that there are more microorganisms – microbes for short – in one teaspoonful of soil than there are people on ? Microorganisms are important because they affect soil structure and fertility!
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Colby Moorberg May 16
I'm seeking contributors to an open, alternative textbook, "Soil & Water Conservation: An Annotated Bibliography". More information and a form for potential contributors can be found here:
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Washington State Soil Health Committee May 14
“It’s really exciting to look around the country and see what’s going on at the state and local level and at the federal level in terms of these [soil health] policy changes.”
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Riyana Zafira May 14
This is where comes in: “We need to stop treating our like dirt”. Approx 1/2 of the released into the atmosphere every year captured in soil, plants, the ocean. Soil doing the bulk of that heavy lifting.”
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SOiL Organics UK 15h
Avocado oil is a rich source of beneficial monounsaturated fatty acids like oleic acid. It's great for hydrating and softening your skin, is it also often recommended as an effective treatment for acne and blackheads, eczema and other forms of skin inflammation.
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Gerard Dupin 16h
The zoo beneath our feet: We’re only beginning to understand ’s hidden world
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SixDegrees 8m
About 2.7 billion pieces of are annually in and the and into the surrounding , surface and , and enters the chain and adds to
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Fertilizer Industry May 17
[VIDEO] is our ally in the fight against . Learn about its important role in sequestering CO2 from the atmosphere.
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GENDERACTION May 18
R U expert working in of & & ? R U researcher in any of these fields & U know abt the importance of gendered aspects of the issues? Consider 2 sign up!
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Gaia College May 18
Video: 8:20min All things Soil. Taxonomy
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FAO Climate Change May 15
at : Global Symposium on Erosion. Follow the live webcast
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Jacqueline Hannam 2h
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Sal Rosso 50m
A clean, green Earth is what we must strive for. Affordable and responsible recycling, organic, and waste management in Toronto is a must to keep our environment eco-friendly.
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wordaful May 16
Our new guest episode is by
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Halima Aquino 2h
is one problem. Here in the where water tables have been depleted, land is sinking, temperatures soar above 115F. Air, and give people the highest rates and lowers overall life expectancy..
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New Era Farm Service May 16
A Better Future Starts with the :
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LONO Côte d'Ivoire May 12
Lono has just completed installation of a solar powered digester for a cassava cooperative to convert its waste to compost for fertility and for cooking!
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Jason Clarkson May 18
All my turf geeks out there in kc area , am I the only one worried about root structure and shallow roots are not gonna be good for summer stress, we need to dry out push roots down , that's why pushing root structure through your program is key to the health of your turf
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Defending Beef 20h
Patrick Holden on Holistic Management -
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AEA May 15
In a new episode of the Podcast, interviews , Professor of Geomorphology at UW. John and David discuss regeneration, developing new topsoil, and David's deep dive into the science behind it.
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