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Prof Dr Owen Fenton 58m
Pit 7. In Grange Research Farm. Lots of sand here. Again within 30 m of last pit. lots of water seepage.
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Horizon Magazine 5h
Turning paper and crop waste into that can be put into could help to enrich the soils being depleted by modern farming practices
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Sep 21
Want to grow some but don't have a ? Got a path with space for a stepladder & pots or skip bags? Then you can! Try my easy-reach -based method of . No more -bagged ! … …
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Very Sep 21
Mc (), my gosh..These are some things I've done 2 help myself: 1) Routinely turned my phone 2 airplane mode 2 stop spam phone calls.. (Prolly missed out on lots of jobs bc of this, but).. 2) Hard reset my iPhone regularly 2 boot off any unwanted phishes..🌱 🐡
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Alain Deloire 8h
Performing profiles in the province of to provide recommendations on vineyard irrigation & soil management with Professor Zhenping Wang from Ningxia University. Soil probes have been installed by the government to assess soil moisture evolution
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Lee Stovin 6h
element can a live next door and feed me I don’t have it in my heart ❣ to kill one as a scarification.
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Global Landscapes Forum 7h
Better and rights: Participants in called for concrete collective action to restore degraded landscapes. Learn more! via
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DOE Science 13h
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IFOAM 6h
Why are synthetic are bad for , water and the climate? And how can agriculture help? Find out:
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MSCD Maryland 1h
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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Dave Barker 4h
Two Farms - Two Mindsets: in the foreground, our little land-base with mature oak edges to meadows that are holistically grazed for & carbon capture. In the background, an Industrial Diary Unit that mines the land & promotes the decimation of !
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Cathelijne Stoof Sep 23
Field gear question: does anyone know of good for ? Looking for something etc. My field rain pants get so dirty (I smear all over them) that my office-appropriate bicycle gear isn't a good fit)
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Forty Hall Vineyard Sep 22
Proud to support switching to just one organic item can really help contribute to changing our food system for the better!
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Alicia Caruso 13h
When you realise how many you collected last year 🤙🏼 time to re-bag them!
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Krishikumbhup 3h
More than 1 Lac Farmers mobilized by UP & Other states. Take Advantage of footfall of more than 1 Lac farmers.
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Nature4Climate 5h
Traditional farm cultivation practices result in erosion, carbon loss & an inability to retain moisture. Sonoma County in CA is aiming to be the US’s first 100% sustainable region by 2019 through no-till farming methods.
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Bayer Crop Science Europe 1h
Using techniques farmers can detect the electric conductivity of the to understand the fertility and PH levels of their farm. gives us a tour.
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SOS Sahel 1h
This week we'll be discussing conservation, production, jobs for youths and more - all from our project in . To get started, here is a beautiful photo of landscape with soil bunds in Soddo 🌄🌳⛅️
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SLE Farms Sep 19
management with Brachiaria ruziziensis planted in February. The roots were 5 meters deep. 🇧🇷
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The Green Institute 32m
New research suggests that crop yields and the global food supply chain can be preserved by harnessing the critical, and often overlooked, partner in food supply -- soil. Read more:
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