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DPIRD Media 5h
DPIRD research has found water repellence on sandy soils can be significantly reduced by incorporating clay with deep tillage, boosting crop productivity and profitability.
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Regeneration Int'l Dec 4
YES! ➡️ "Increasing the content of the world’s soils by just a few parts per thousand each year would remove an amount of CO2 from the atmosphere equivalent to the fossil-fuel emissions of the European Union."
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MSCD Maryland Dec 8
Evidence suggests that tilling the soil and removing growing and their residue is as harmful to microbes as the combined effects of an earthquake, forest fire, tornado, and hurricane would be to humans.
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Anú Dairy 19h
The only metric that should matter in the diet health environment trilemma is what impact is your food having on the health of the soil that it can from? Is it degrading is it rebuilding? Where should the innovation really be focused Photos: Aherns organic Cork +
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Rainforest Alliance 3h
Did you know that well-managed can take tons of carbon out of the atmosphere? Soil has the potential to offset 5 to 15 percent of the global fossil-fuel emissions!
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Chris K. Dec 7
A writing by Dr. William Albrecht, 1967, summarizing several aspects of research. Calcium nutrition and independence from pH, organic matter importance, nutrient antagonisms and synergies, soil ratios, sulfur, & more. There is a summary at the end.
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CPRE Dec 3
Our soils are a key ally in the fight against – they store carbon, restore ecosystems and filter water. But our disregard for health has undermined this. We have to change our approach to . Our new report sets out how
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J M Barel Dec 7
Congratulations on successfully defending your thesis! On the importance of and interactions in range expansion.
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africanfarming.com 47m
Learn more about.... how to prepare for planting in wet .
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haltonmastergardeners Dec 8
Do add nitrogen to the ? There's no doubt they capture & convert atmospheric nitrogen to plant usable nitrogen but does soil really benefit? discusses the science behind this:
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Gurpal Toor 8h
Spending a few days at national lab in Chicago in pursuit of finding species using in and samples! Mark Reiter Amy Shober Kirk Scheckel and awesome graduate students!
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Dan Evans Dec 8
Abstract Call: Global and land use changes – relevance for life in convened by Kelly Ramirez. See the Abstract Call below and for any questions contact Kelly on: k.ramirez@nioo.knaw.nl
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Chris K. Nov 30
If you read this page in context of rather than water, you'll have a fairly good understanding of the differences in ion interactions between ortho and poly phosphates.
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Ariel Brunner Dec 6
We are boycotting annual conference today which discusses agrobusiness as if the planet didn't exist. A huge disservice to farmers who's future is at stake and all of us who's future is being actively destroyed.
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Danie Kritzinger Dec 6
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Michael Covington 10h
First question Q1 What are natural resources? and in nature that are essential or useful to humans. Often classified as renewable (, , , , and wind) or nonrenewable (copper, oil, coal)
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Circle Permaculture Dec 6
What does earth care truly mean? It means building wonderfully rich . A beautiful class from our course in Sweden back in August. Looking forward to our next course…
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CPRE Dec 4
Almost 3 million tonnes of topsoil are eroded every year across the UK. We need to radically rethink our farming practices and management to that underpin our ecosystems and food supply. Find out how:
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MSCD Maryland Dec 8
Grassed waterways are a best management practice (BMP) which controls flow and helps keep the land healthy. Grassed waterways are formed by shaping and establishing grass along a stream, creek, or drainage path to prevent gullies and erosion.
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MSCD Maryland Dec 8
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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