Healthy garden soil is essential to food production. Here's the dirt on building, amending, and nourishing your soil for an abundant garden.
In 2016 a paper was published by 32 authors from 24 institutions in eight countries that analysed satellite data and concluded that there had been a roughly 14% increase in green vegetation over 30 years. The study attributed 70% of this increase to
Sept. 15, 2021 - Today's cities don't have walls for protection like ancient ones, but they are separate from less urban and rural land. Most goods that city-dwellers purchase are brought in from rural farms and manufacturers. There is an active
Arla is secretive about how much it sells or what specific products it's used for, saying only that its isolates are used by some of the biggest food companies in the world. But the Danish multinational gives strong hints about one application: '
In the dairy industry, fouling is a major concern, she said. "In the filtration process, separating out proteins to create other products can clog membranes, which requires a higher energy demand, reduces the membrane lifespan and increases clean
The brittle sesame residue controls soil erosion like higher residue crops, without the need for excess residue bailing equipment. Researchers at Oklahoma State University, where Baath works, have been investigating the potential impacts of differ
Spot prices for nitrogen fertilizer on the US Gulf Coast skyrocketed to a near-decade high on a report the world's largest nitrogen manufacturing plant declared force majeure.
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One field had a stone content of more than 60 percent, while the other had very few rocks. As expected, roots in the rocky soils could not grow as deep as those in softer soils over the course of the growing season. "The presence of stones signific
If only plants could talk, what tidings they could share! Fortunately for farmers, an agricultural company has 'translated' the biochemical signal related to certain plant behavior, allowing them to 'listen' to plants cries for water when the
Put simply, hydroponics is growing plants withoutsoil, this video makes HYDROPONICS ACCESSIBLE to gardeners of any experience level, DIY hydroponics is not just a way to avoid purchasing expensive hydroponic systems, it's also a way to create a beau
Consultation on changes to the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) to support farmers through the agricultural transition period has been launched.
They are sending "Destruction Letters" to American farmers telling them they have "X" number of days to DESTROY THEIR CROPS IN THE GROUND, for which they will be paid 1.5 times the crop value, or face losing farm subsidies which will Bankrupt the far
Permaculture instructor Andrew Millison presents on ponds and permaculture water management.
If you would like to know how to grow a big harvest of sweet potato watch this video for my five top tips on sweet potato growing!
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USDA is INTENTIONALLY creating a FOOD SHORTAGE. Destruction Letters" to American farmers telling them they have "X" number of days to DESTROY THEIR CROPS IN THE GROUND, for which they will be paid 1.5 times the crop value, or face...
The overall mood of the nation is becoming increasingly sour with each passing day.
Maricopa, ArizonaFor farmers in the deserts of central Arizona, success and failure is defined by who has water and who does not. At the moment, Dan Thelander is still among the haves.
Mastronardi is the biggest player in Canada's booming greenhouse vegetable industry, but the family has plenty of company. The Leamington area along the north shore of Lake Erie houses the greatest concentration of vegetable greenhouses in North Am
SASKATOON ?" Farmers walk a fine line when it comes to adding phosphorus fertilizer to their fields. If they don't use enough, they risk lower yields. If they add too much, the excess can be lost to runoff and lead to potentially toxic algae bloo