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"Pig-ploughed" field ready for planting at the Community Farm, Somerset

"Pig-ploughed" field ready for planting at the Community Farm, Somerset

Effect of green manuring in combination with nitrogen on soil fertility and yield of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) under double cropping system of Sinana-dinsho, Southeast Ethiopia - Magazine with 11 pages: An experiment was conducted at Sinana-Dinsho from 2001 to 2003 to evaluate the short term effects of substituting vetch green manuring for fallow in 'Ganna' season under double cropping system. Three land preparation treatments (weedy fallow, Vetch harvested and Vetch under ploughed)…

Effect of green manuring in combination with nitrogen on soil fertility and yield of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) under double cropping system of Sinana-dinsho, Southeast Ethiopia - Magazine with 11 pages: An experiment was conducted at Sinana-Dinsho from 2001 to 2003 to evaluate the short term effects of substituting vetch green manuring for fallow in 'Ganna' season under double cropping system. Three land preparation treatments (weedy fallow, Vetch harvested and Vetch under ploughed)…

The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

Captain Reversible Plough :  Reversible Plough is an Implement which turns the soil level up side down, Incorporating soil residues, making available more fertile layer for the new crop.  #reversibleplough #plough #ploughmaker

Captain Reversible Plough : Reversible Plough is an Implement which turns the soil level up side down, Incorporating soil residues, making available more fertile layer for the new crop. #reversibleplough #plough #ploughmaker

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The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

The facts piled up in your brain can turn into fertile soil. But you have to plough through them so the new ideas you’re planting have a chance to take root

It all started about 10,000 years ago when humans started ploughing the fields in the experiment called agriculture. The settlers noticed that when they ploughed the field their crops would grow faster. Based on this positive feedback it was concluded that ploughing must be constructive and more fields were turned. However, in actual fact the bacteria, fungi and arthropods in the soil are essentially nutrient locked up in biology. For example, bacteria is almost 90% nitrogen. Ploughing the…

It all started about 10,000 years ago when humans started ploughing the fields in the experiment called agriculture. The settlers noticed that when they ploughed the field their crops would grow faster. Based on this positive feedback it was concluded that ploughing must be constructive and more fields were turned. However, in actual fact the bacteria, fungi and arthropods in the soil are essentially nutrient locked up in biology. For example, bacteria is almost 90% nitrogen. Ploughing the…

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