What an unintelligent left wing ignorant cretin, some of them really are unbelievable, I hope they never ever get elected.
by Somasundaram Jayaraman,Yash P. Dang ,Anandkumar Naorem ,Kathryn L. Page 2,* and Ram C. Dalal
1 - ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil Science, Nabibagh, Bhopal 462038, Madhya Pradesh, India
2 - School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Brisbane 4072, Australia
Anybody else finding stubbles are almost perfectly clean this year? A month after harvest almost all stubbles are almost perfectly clean.
Doubt I’ll need to be using much roundup this autumn which is one benefit given the current situation.
Thoughts on whether compaction can be resolved with root crops? E.g. fodder radish.
Got some ground that was dug for gravel and topsoil dozed back on (v. thin in some places), decades ago but drainage has been horrendous ever since.
Does anybody on here with a tx34, or other new holland with the same chopper, know how to engage it? The manual talks about putting a handle on and then just swinging it up into place, but i cannot find where the handle is supposed to attach to. So far as i understand it you have to...
Green peer Natalie Bennett has received House of Lords support for an amendment to the Environment Bill, which would require Government to set targets for soil health alongside those already in place for air and water. Proposal supported by some well known figures including Lord (Don) Curry...
100 cows on 100 acres Cutting frequently to bales or zero grazing.
Regular reseed rotation and import quite a bit of nutrients in feed.
Not used any p or k for years just urea and sulphur for first 2/3 of the season going little and often.
Gone to all umbilical/dribble bar and just put in a...
Interesting stuff going on in Sri Lanka right now, back in April the government unilaterally declared that all farming was to become organic, and outlawed the importation of agro-chemicals and artificial fertilisers. This has resulted in rampant food price inflation as crop yields are set to...
just sent this off after listening to the World at 1 during lunch, I wonder if I will get a response?
I am an avid Radio 4 listener as well as an organic/regenerative farmer.
I have just been listening to The World at 1, and they interviewed Dale Vince, who was saying...
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Regenerative farming shift could reduce UK climate emissions, say experts
Written by Tom Levitt from the Guardian
Organic farming methods, which use fewer pesticides and store more carbon in soil, are becoming more popular
There is growing momentum behind a shift to ‘regenerative’ agriculture...
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Farmers have voiced their concerns over the Environment Agency’s move to potentially limit or prohibit the spreading of manure and slurry as autumn approaches. However new software will support them in taking control of applications to effectively...
New one for me so looking for recommendations. Field is half clay loam, (fairly heavy) and runs to sand loam. Will be late drilled as still not cut wheat, direct drilled into chopped straw. Got OSR & Oats in rotation, so not keen on mustard or oats. Was thinking Radish, Buckwheat, Phacelia...
Opportunities for soil sustainability in Europe
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Soils provide numerous essential services in terrestrial ecosystems, ranging from the support of plant growth in agriculture and forestry to moderation of flood risks, water purification, large-scale...
On the radio today they had the usually vegetarian "expert" on tell us we need to stop eating meat to save the world.
as he prattled on.. i was thinking what happens the land if we stop keeping livestock. most of it is not that good for growing vegs, so lets say we "rewild it" now plant grow...
4D imaging reveals mechanisms of clay-carbon protection and release
Authors: Judy Q. Yang, Xinning Zhang, Ian C. Bourg & Howard A. Stone
Nature Communications volume 12, Article number: 622 (2021)
Soil absorbs about 20% of anthropogenic carbon emissions annually, and clay is one of...