This is the World Organic News for the week ending the 23rd of September 2019. Jon Moore reporting! Decarbonise the air, recarbonise the soil! A couple of Sundays ago I heard a podcast from the ABC here in Australia entitled: Continue Reading
Organic farming can drive transition to sustainable food systems Organic farming can drive transition to sustainable food systems — Read on conferencesnews.wordpress.com/2019/05/13/organic-farming-can-drive-transition-to-sustainable-food-systems-2/ Food and soil!
www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/news/rural-weekly/minerals-mulch-and-microbes-hold-reef-drought-solutions/news-story/34601bb0b6646d2df7de06809a939fae The key to fixing nearly everything is in the soil!
Soil is Alive Soil is Alive — Read on purelovesustainabilityinc.com/2019/04/10/soil-is-alive/
Can Soil drying actually benefit crop yields? Can Soil drying actually benefit crop yields? — Read on morganberrellzoologyblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/16/can-soil-drying-actually-benefit-crop-yields/ A recommended read!
How to keep the mycorrhizae? The more hosts you leave, the more symbionts you get How to keep the mycorrhizae? The more hosts you leave, the more symbionts you get — Read on appliedecologistsblog.com/2019/04/18/how-to-keep-the-mycorrhizae/ Fungus and life: symbiosis.
A Quickie on Soil, and notes on quixotic planting A Quickie on Soil, and notes on quixotic planting — Read on albuquerqueurbanhomestead.com/2019/04/01/a-quickie-on-soil-and-notes-on-quixotic-planting/ Soil, it will make itself, with a little help.
A Quickie on Soil, and notes on quixotic planting A Quickie on Soil, and notes on quixotic planting — Read on albuquerqueurbanhomestead.com/2019/04/01/a-quickie-on-soil-and-notes-on-quixotic-planting/ Ahh soil!
by THEBOOKOFMEADOWS It’s February in the sweet North Carolina mountains and it’s starting to warm where we are in zone 7a. It’s our first year on the homestead. And boy is there work. There are 20 acres of land, a Continue Reading
By KIM So this year I am going to be focusing 100% of my attention on growing tomatoes–bush tomatoes to be exact. I am going to use my entire deck for this endeavor leaving a small spot for herbs and Continue Reading