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Nebraska CropWatch Apr 11
A little patience now may go a long way to reducing stand problems later. Wait for better conditions before heading out on wet soils.
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Ben See Mar 16
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Ashley Gorman Apr 2
I'm pleased to say that last year, my honours project from 2014 was published as part of the "Novel Methods and Results of Landscape Research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia" monograph. Full text of my chapter:
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Diana Vieira Apr 4
The GSER19 Scientific Committee is glad to inform you that your abstract has been selected for oral presentation.. ho yeahh!!
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Jodi DeJong-Hughes Apr 16
⁩ Troy Daniell showing why we want to improve . He’s from TX and apologized for the reddish tan snow in MN that came up from TX during the last blizzard. But we still have a ways to go to stop . But MN thanks you for the soil!
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Air, Soil and Water Research Apr 9
New in Air, Soil and Water Research: "Analysis of Weather-Type-Induced Soil Erosion in Cultivated and Poorly Managed Abandoned Sloping Vineyards in the Axarquía Region (Málaga, Spain)"
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Anita Bernatek-Jakiel Apr 4
One week more! Don’t forget to submit your abstract to 8th International Symposium on Gully Erosion in Australia.
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Jamal Annagylyjova Apr 5
It can take hundreds of years to generate a centimeter of fertile topsoil, and only a strong wind or unexpected flood to wash it away.
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Woodland Trust Jan 29
A staggering 2.2 million tonnes of are thought to be eroded from the UK’s land every year. In the right place can reduce , improve soil structure, and reduce surface water run-off:
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Joris de Vente Apr 8
Check out our new paper on the the impacts of on and the importance of using appropiate and representative of , with
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Denovo Farms 14h
- Ringgold gearing up for construction of new baseball/softball field
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Nageen Sohail 12h
Greed, lack of awareness and missuse of land has engulfed the fertile lands of near
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Denovo Farms Apr 17
- Teen climate activist warns EU that it’s time to panic
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Denovo Farms Apr 18
- Injured Garbage Truck Driver Hired as Paralegal by Reck Law, PLLC, a Law Firm that Represents WA State Injured Workers
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Scientists Warning Jan 7
The effects of go beyond the loss of fertile land. It has led to increased and sedimentation in streams & rivers, clogging waterways and causing declines in fish & other species.
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Denovo Farms Apr 17
- “D gron dry” – the ground is dry – barren – lifeless
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Denovo Farms Apr 18
- Easter Eggs With a Difference [press release]
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PELUM Swaziland Jan 28
According to WWF, half of the topsoil on the planet has been lost in the last 150 years. Tune into our radio programme this Wednesday to learn what can be done to prevent soil erosion.
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David Salesa. 💯 Jan 14
Very proud to announce my first scientific publication! 🙌 🔴Do we know how trail running can affect soil erosion and sustainable management? 🔴How do physiographical factors influence this?
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Jodi DeJong-Hughes Apr 17
is still a real issue today, even with our knowledge about the causes and how to stop it. The light-tan soil in our ditches blew up from Texas - a 1,000 miles away. This is not just a Texas problem.
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