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Nathan 24h
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Abbey Wick 12h
When trying new approach, you will always be a target for criticism & unwanted, misguided input. But you will also be the person others come to for information & inspiration. It’s a challenging position, but be confident. Nobody knows your system better than you.
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Grounded Growth 5h
If you are reading this -- you can be part of fixing the system. It is time to leave behind anger -- and pick up the tools to build a healthier system for us and the . WE ARE THE TOOLS -- come join us!!
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Nadia Mori 1m
Learn about soil salinity and how to use forages to improve affected land - and yes, that is me narrating 😊
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Farmers.gov 7h
Could healthier soils strengthen your operation? Watch 5 farmer scientists answer this question and many others.
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CCSI Mar 24
Upcoming Event: Apr 03, 2019 08:00AM OH - Brandt Farm Soil Health Field Day 6100 Basil Western Rd, Carroll, OH 43112, USA
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Jean de Barrau 9h
Fruits of the work we are doing with our Farmers!
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Alex Maurice Mar 20
An afternoon of learning at the national cover crop summit.
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CFAES 8h
CFAES climate specialist Aaron Wilson speaks on Tues., March 26, at Ohio Symposium in Shelby: “Recent Weather Trends and Future Resilience for Farms.”
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Will Brinton 5h
: In search of unity: we've been able to obtain excellent correspondence of 3-day Infrared soil CO2 release measurements versus the a simple and slightly modified Solvita method! Recognize your soils?
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Steve Groff Mar 18
Do you know what root exudates do? The best article I've read on the role of root exudates.
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Heidi Reed 2h
Only about a year late reading this paper but very interesting findings! "Short Corn Rotations DO NOT Improve , Compared with Corn Monocultures" (Hoss et al., 2018) old news?
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CCSI 13h
Upcoming Event: Apr 04, 2019 08:30AM CCSI-SARE Core Soil Health Systems Training Hamilton County Fair Grounds, 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN 46060, USA
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Pipers Farm Mar 24
'The Farmer who carries a Cowpat' - watch what our very own Peter Greig gets up to in his spare time!
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StoriesFromTheSoil Mar 22
Soil, one the most, if not the most, exciting frontiers! Dig in today and discover the natural wonder beneath our feet that supports our daily life.
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RAGT Seeds UK 13h
Why grow fodder beet? 🤔 - V. high yield potential - Consistent high energy feed - Highly palatable & digestible - Ease of feeding - Relatively low nitrogen requirement Discover the proven variety that ticks all the boxes for grazing: 🐮🐑
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Land O'Lakes SUSTAIN 11h
Are you trying to protect and minimize erosion for ? Our partnership with Environmental Tillage Systems offers farmers custom precision zone tillage systems to place the right amount of nutrients in the soil.
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SowCrop 16h
Want to know more about and their impact on ? Watch this short video by
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Steven Lear 9h
Drilling oats into barley volunteers today.
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Morgan Jacobs Mar 21
Replying to @stripper16 @OutdoorsMc
Agreed. We in the ag industry have been working for yrs to make the system more simplistic. It’s easier&quicker to “feed the world” 🙄 Yet the only winners in that situation are big ag business. They can sell us more stuff in a jug, a bag or box. Have to bring back
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