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Mark Abney 5h
10YR 4/4 mottled shorthair
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anjakrieger 8h
Be a hummingbird after watching this film:
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Allison Zahorec Mar 24
Soil ecology rant: why are microarthropod abundances/densities so frequently described as number of individuals per meter-squared rather than meter-cubed? Soils are three dimensional, meter squared tells me nothing
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Vote OR Lose | Nigeria 21h
If u take good seed & put it in a good soil, u will see a . Your problem is not ur God; your problem is not your seed; your problem is ur . U need to be in an environment of . ~TD Jakes
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Lee Victor Stovin 17h
🦁 girls if anyone attacks me or my reputation kill them lipstick 💄 move.
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Defending Beef 3h
Dr. Christine Jones audio from Quivira conference discussing nitrogen and -
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abel machado 9h
It was very nice to discuss with you about the importance of , a world hidden from our sight but very consequential to what is present on our everyday table and general
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Lee Victor Stovin 17h
Charlotte let them eat and make it fresh! As fresh as coffee ☕️ Allah smells coffee and he is hot!
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Mark Abney 5h
Nice epipedon of hillslope sediments!
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Rich Milhoan 5h
Reposted from - belong to a diverse group of one-celled animals called . They roam the film of water coating each soil particle. This water layer is so…
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Lee Victor Stovin 17h
Charlotte my second home it the home to make recycle ♻️ everything into mushrooms 🍄 even old technology and knowledge
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SFFoodPolicyCouncil 11h
"Soil is often considered the most biodiverse place on the planet. A diversity of organic matter, and plant exudates, is the biggest factor for growing and maintaining soil "
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Dan Gloeckner 11h
"A that destroys its Itself." - Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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Acres U.S.A. 6h
Turns out, caterpillars are big fans of soil, too. "The composition of the microbiome in the intestines of the caterpillars we studied was astonishingly similar to that of the soil itself. There was a 75% overlap."
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National Farmers Union Mar 18
"Healthy soil produces healthy food." Farmer Poul Hoveson explains why is his greatest asset.
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Subpod 5h
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BRAUEREI SUTTON 9h
A Rocket IPA terrace salad bed! 😂 made from a used 30 litre - The inner beer bag is used as the pot liner. Ale n yeast used to fertilize 🍻 ☀️ 😎
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Cristina da Silva 10h
It applies to planting spaces for urban trees. Can't believe that they grow in so little space and so little . Mind you urban trees have very short lives.
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Defending Beef 21h
things you can do to improve your soil health -
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Soil Kit Mar 20
We want to help you discover your story! Say hello to us at the Soil Kit booth (#10273) if you're going to be at the this May. Our Soil Kit provides you with results from a highly accredited agricultural lab, ensuring you get the best, easy-to-read results!
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