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Paul Temple 21h
Should my cereal & vegetable production be labelled as unsuitable for vegans as it relies on farm animal manures?
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Rob Coleman 13h
I think these radishes are telling me I have reasonable nutrition, but definate compaction down 8 inches.. or they are telling me I have subsoil at 10 inches .. or they went in too early and everything is fine... hard to know 🤔
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Sarah Fea BEAR 3h
Was doing a bit more research on the Haney test and one of the papers published from my UNE for Rural science honours project with my supervisor Dr Ram Dalal pops up.(yup SJ Thomson moi) life long theme for me -measuring biological activity
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Tom Edmondson Dec 4
John Cherry from addressing water company agricultural advisors from across the country on his no till journey. “Soil is the most important and misunderstood asset we have”
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Lloyd Spahr 9h
Looking to frost seed a forage mix into small grain intended for harvest. We’re located just north of the mason dixon line. Red clover is well known, what else can I mix with it and survive. 2020 crop will be corn.
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Cyndi 7h
Replying to @mikerugnetta
Maybe just suggesting they do it near any planted area next time to enrich the (assuming no nail polish, of course)
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IPBES 16h
the absence of invertebrates can be a sign of problems? Invertebrates affect soil fertility, soil structure formation and the availability of resources for other organisms" - Stephanie Chute-Ibsen from
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Karl Thidemann Dec 7
Replying to @jwbucha @soil4climate
Are there plans to implement managed grazing to restore fertility to this degraded land?
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SOLVITA Dec 5
It's been 21 years since Doran, Karlen etc wrote this groundbreaking piece on the evaluation of soil quality. It often takes this long for new ideas to mature into what is today a rapidly growing movement!
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Bog-trotter 14h
I think this is perhaps where we need to differentiate & identify practice adopted as farming or agri-industrialist businesses🤔 In general farmers tend to appreciate others it's about profit Public funds should support farmers not agri-estates🤔
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SDSHCoalition Dec 8
Keith Berns of is one of the keynote speakers for our 2019 Soil Health Conference & Annual Meeting Jan. 22-23! Have you registered yet? Keith was recently featured in the new documentary Living Soil.
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Sectormentor 11h
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Agronomia Fitotecnia Dec 8
New study: could significantly cut its agricultural greenhouse gas emissions through efficient use of fertilizer, zero tillage and better water management in farming. @UniAberdeen
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CCSI Dec 7
Upcoming Event: Dec 18, 2018 12:00AM SD - Conservation Tillage Conference Hilton Garden Inn Fargo, 4351, 17th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103, USA
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Fund The Food Dec 6
Kirchner Food Fellows Adopt Investment Mandate, Announces Investment Opportunity for Businesses Focus on Improving Soil Health and Water
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Sara Brooke Allan Dec 7
The challenge getting some air time at ! Tests fungal activity as an indicator of Hey your joke in real life! 🤗
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Maddison Clonan Dec 4
Thanks for hosting a great launch to the NT Soil Consortium Jacob Betros. It was great to hear plans for the Consortium over the next two years and hear from Matt Hall about the relevance of to horticulture in the NT.
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Avatar Resources Dec 7
Soil to Soil program; Bringing back soil nutrients to the soil we help farmers retreat the wet waste and use biotechnology to provide balance nutrition to the soil themselves.
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Travis Wanoreck Dec 4
The cover crop is coming along quite nicely where it didn’t drown out!!
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Niels Corfield 16h
principles. Covered soil, living root, minimise disturbance, diversity. It's no wonder the grass plot performs so much better in the test
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