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Cristina Arias-Navarro Jul 11
- Prof Pete Smith  « We need to take the opportunity to tell the story now, as it is not as easy to tell, as for instance, the carbon story of growing of trees, which is much more visible »
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EcoGardenSystems Jul 12
Did you know that how we look at "quality soil" has changed over the years? We certainly did not. Kevin at has a great guest who shares some history on how views on quality soil have changed.
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Anna Krzywoszynska Jul 11
Let's not treat like dirt. V pleased to have contributed to the ideas behind and execution of this video short by the
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MSCD Maryland Jul 8
Pasture planting is a best management practice in which and legumes are grown to protect the from erosion and improve forage production, livestock nutrition, and quality. Learn more about BMPs at our website:
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Natural Farming Fellows AP Jul 8
Intercrops in orchards is an effective means of proper land & space utilization. Prrevents erosion with cover & suppresses weed . And moreover it gives the additional even during the pre-bearing stage of the fruit crops.
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MSCD Maryland Jul 8
If you don’t work with daily, you may not realize how delicate it really is. Soil may seem infinite, but it’s a non-renewable resource that is essential to our security. Learn what you can do to foster healthy soils at our website:
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COMAND 10h
Looks like mold—but it's valuable like gold! Mesophilic microbes are prolific at ambient soil temperatures, and help provide a wealth of natural benefits to . is the most effective method for increasing microbe counts in your .
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Thoughts, mine and others: misha 18h
There are more in a tablespoon of fertile than there are Human beings on Earth ‼️ ...QI
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Greenway Biotech 3h
There's a right and wrong way to water your .☝️ When watering, remember to: 💧Water the base of your , not the foliage. 💧Water early in the morning. 💧Water deeply and only when is dry. Do you have any watering tips?
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Rodale Institute 10h
Field Day is this Friday! Learn about the importance of to support healthy and much more from our researchers and staff. Register at
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Regen Network Jul 11
Communities start from the ground up. Increasing resiliency, in turn, increases community resiliency.
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RhizoSorb 15h
Understanding how soil pH effects nutrient availability is key to optimizing a maintenance plan. Match your soil pH to this chart and see where your nutrition program may need to be adjusted!
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Sustain Jul 12
It's time we stopped treating like dirt – fabulous video with the and great Alliance members and
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Asim Biswas Jul 10
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Groundswell Jul 11
It's time we stopped treating our like dirt - A brilliant short video:
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Mark Abney 7h
Making monoliths out of Missouri State soil-Menfro
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Syngenta 20h
Soil like a 🧱 brick or 🧽 sponge? Read how conservation tillage can improve water retention
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Sound Jul 15
With the help of our field interns, our Soil Team is analyzing over 100 unique types of to deepen our understanding of product performance.
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MI Lake Home Garden Jul 13
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Bernardo Candido Jul 14
Replying to @candidobm
Sampling soil in Africa
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