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Category: Sustainable Agriculture

  • Posted By Becky Johnson
    Jan 27 

    Meet Blake Bennett's company B3 Roots --- a hydroponic farm located in a shipping container south of Raleigh growing leafy greens for local families and restaurants like O-Ku, Fullsteam Brewery, and the soon-to-open East End Bistrot. Get an inside look at the farm below.

    https://raltoday.6amcity.com/leafy-greens-shipping-container-raleigh-nc

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    Posted By Becky Johnson
    Jan 25 

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-container-farms-donald-taylor/?trackingId=Jf6o3V9THTlfIV3u1b%2FWiw%3D%3D

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Jan 17 

    Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there) Trailer 1
    Carbon Cowboys
    "Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there)" is a 4-part documentary series all about inventive farmers and maverick scientists building a path to solving climate change with hooves, heart and soil.
    Can a novel way to graze cattle, that mimics the way bison once roamed the land, help get farmers out of debt, restore our depleted soils, rebuild wildlife habitat and draw down huge amounts of carbon? Cattle have been seen as eco-villains for a long time. What if they can help save us from catastrophic climate change?
    "Roots So Deep" is guided by director and wrangler of scientists Peter Byck as he meets farmers on both sides of the fence -- the folks practicing a new way to graze, and their neighbors set in their family's old style of doing things. Byck's team of outcast scientists are measuring what's happening on both sides of the fences -- exploring if this new, adaptive grazing could help slow down climate change.
    And one question looms over the whole series: even if the science shows that the new way to graze is better for the land and the farmers' pocket books, will the old school farmers change, will they adopt the new methods? Will they evolve into climate heroes? Will they save our friggin' $*@! from the impending climate catastrophe?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PpPmkSAiEw

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    Posted By Yazmeen Rodrigues
    Jan 12 

    Hi friends! Have you been looking for a way to decrease your input costs and reliance on NPK while increasing your ROI, soil fertility, and production?

    At Enlightened Soil Corp we produce a soil-amending biostimulant made from Chlorella vulgaris; We call it EnSoil Algae. A micro application of this humble green algae sends signals to the soil microbial community that stimulate plant growth.

    We encourage you to look at our Field Report (https://www.enlightenedsoil.com/_files/ugd/918e86_e5db865cd4814dbdba78d119f53f6015.pdf) - It contains all of the research, data, and customer testimonials we have collected thus far! You can email yazzy@enlightenedsoil.com with any inquiries!

    www.enlightenedsoil.com

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Jan 9 

    Land O Lakes Inc. posted a list on which their very own Corey Ramsden Scott of their Truterra, LLC business landed on. Its a pretty fantastic list. Ms Scott led a pilot project with a dairy farmer that applied regenerative practices to its feed production that sequestered carbon -- in addition to evaluating changes to soil quality, erosion and fertilizer efficiency.

    https://www.greenbiz.com/article/12-women-cultivating-sustainable-food-systems-2023

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Jan 8 

    Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations posted this image - Biodiversity Above and Below - all matter for healthy functioning ecosystems!

    Philippe Birker says, "When talking about biodiversity it is important to account for both, above and below ground biodiversity.
    Below ground biodiversity is defined as the standardized average of the diversity of soil bacteria, fungi, protist and invertebrates.
    It is not what people usually think of when they think of biodiversity, but it is vital for the functioning of any ecosystem."
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    Posted By Brian Dougherty
    Jan 6 

    I had a great discussion about digging into soil health with Dr. Anna Cates, State Soil Health Specialist with the Minnesota Office for Soil Health on the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast.

    https://engineeringyourfarm.buzzsprout.com/1444834/11989239

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Jan 4 

    In a scramble to get crops in the ground and growing during the wet springs of recent years, the Reuschels moved to strip-tillage and have kept the practice up ever since.

    https://www.agriculture.com/crops/carbon-markets/strip-tillage-saves-the-crop-on-this-illinois-farm

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    Posted By Wendy Chen
    Dec 22, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/glutamic-acid-attach-a-great-importance-in-plant-growth
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    Glutamic acid attach a great importance in plant growth

    By Wendy Chen

    Published Dec 22, 2022 

    1. Promote photosynthesisChlorophyll in crops mainly includes chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b, which are important pigments to absorb light energy in photosynthesis. Under the catalysis of glutamine tRNA reductase (GluTR), glutamate generates glutamine tRNA, which is then catalysed by a variety of enzymes and multi-step reactions to generate chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b, thereby enhancing the crop's absorption of light energy and improving the efficiency of photosynthesis. 2. Improve crop qualityNitrate in the human body can be reduced to toxic nitrite...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Dec 21, 2022 

    Interesting story from the UK that states "The government must engage with farmers in a bid to agree a way forward on climate action and food production"

    https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/government-must-engage-with-farmers-on-climate-action-cullinan/

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    Posted By Romeo Di Sario
    Dec 21, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/spaa-srl---science-in-natural-growth-1
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    Science in Natural Growth - SPAA Srl Italy

    By Romeo Di Sario

    Published Dec 21, 2022 

    SPAA srl is a solid and innovative Italian company operating in the field of plant nutrition. Constantly investing in research and development, especially of natural raw materials, and in innovative processes and product methodologies to make the formulations increasingly effective and with minimal or no environmental impact. The industrial project, started in 2005, arose from the conviction that great resources and potential of the natural world could be used, transformed and returned to nature and man in the form of sustainable technical means to support the agricultural production. SPAA Srl produces biostimulants, basic substances, fertilisers and metabolites produced by fermenting consortia of selected microrganisms to support a sustainable integrated and organic production. The strength of SPAA Srl always has been their products’ quality obtained thanks to their R&D and the capacity to respond to all needs of agriculture because of a great agronomic experience, on all crops, of over 20 years...

    Categories: Fertility, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Emmanuel Olamide AJAYI
    Dec 16, 2022 

    AZOLLA

    https://youtu.be/VUtMNIdCjL4

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    Posted By Emmanuel Olamide AJAYI
    Dec 16, 2022 

    https://youtu.be/y-dvz651UI0

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    Posted By North American Ag
    Dec 13, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/the-modern-multi-generational-farm-a-how-to-with-crave-brothers-farmstead-cheese-s-roseanne-crave
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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Dec 13, 2022 

    Such a GREAT podcast. Must listen.
    Cow farts cause "climate crisis" and climate crisis is reducing crop yields, eating eggs causes high cholesterol, global population growth will cause mass starvation, sunlight exposure is harmful to your health. You've likely heard these dire predictions confidently proclaimed by so-called experts. The only problem: Most of these doomsday scenarios are inaccurate. Yet they persist but why? Todd Thurman joins me to discuss the peril of following "experts," the reality of our future versus doomsday paranoia, and why people cling to false or disproven narratives.

    https://youtu.be/BKuzgSMYY0w

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    The Modern Multi-Generational Farm: a 'How To' with Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese's Roseanne Crave

    By North American Ag

    Published Dec 13, 2022 

    In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak talks to Roseanne Crave of the 2nd Generation at Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese. She holds the position of Sales & Marketing Manager, and has a hand in many departments at Crave Brothers. She graduated in 2020 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with degrees in Life Sciences Communication and Environmental Studies and is a member of Les Dames Madison Chapter (a women's food and beverage professional organization). Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese is located in Waterloo, WI. Having their own cheese factory and dairy farm where they produce award winning cheeses while producing renewable energy...

    Categories: Dairy, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Gary Marsh
    Dec 9, 2022 

    Let's talk about snow and Nitrogen.
    There is always talk after a snow about Nitrogen, yet, we have tested it several times and seen very little of anything but pure water out of the samples. Maybe, just maybe, we need to focus on what the moisture does to activate the microbes, because without moisture nothing cycles and residue, full of minerals and nutrients, just sit there

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    Posted By Brian Dougherty
    Dec 8, 2022 

    Can we no-till without using tillage or chemicals for weed control? Check out the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast with Clint Brauer, 3rd generation farmer and CEO of Greenfield Incorporated. We discuss robotic platforms for weed control in row crops, and challenges and opportunities for chemical free no-till agriculture.

    https://engineeringyourfarm.buzzsprout.com/1444834/11839243

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    Posted By Wendy Chen
    Dec 8, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/histidine
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    Histidine

    By Wendy Chen

    Published Dec 8, 2022 

    1. Promote root growthCrop root growth is completed by the continuous division and elongation of root tip. Cytokinin is an important hormone to promote root cell division. Histidine is a catalytic enzyme for cytokinin synthesis, which promotes the synthesis of cytokinin, thus stimulating the division and growth of root tip meristem cells, inducing the growth of adventitious roots, making seedlings root faster, main roots grow, lateral roots increase, and root length and volume increase, It is beneficial to the formation of root morphology. Histidine is a natural metal chelating agent, which can chelate the insoluble medium and trace elements in the soil to form a chelate with good solubility and easy to be absorbed by crops, so as to prevent the elements from being fixed in the soil and plants, enhance the absorption and utilization of nutrients by the root system, and promote the growth of the root system...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Crop Protection, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Heather McCarty
    Dec 7, 2022 

    https://www.linkedin.com/posts/heather-mccarty-397113b_how-data-will-turn-supply-chain-chaos-into-activity-7006357108745023489-QrHn?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Dec 7, 2022 

    To date, 91 farms, 33,151 smallholder farmers, and 237,404 acres have received Regenerative Organic Certification---representing 151 crop types across four continents. Forty-three food brands have been licensed to make ROC product claims. ROC now has 12 approved certifying bodies and 85 auditors---poised to triple its on-the-ground capacity next year.

    https://non-gmoreport.com/articles/regenerative-organic-certification-the-going-beyond-organic-label-gains-traction/

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Dec 6, 2022 

    In a piece for The Times, Jeremy Clarkson explained how he is now growing wheat and beans in a single field simultaneously after meeting Andy Cato, who used to be in electronic music act Groove Armada but has since pioneered an agri-environmental project called Wildfarmed.

    https://www.fginsight.com/news/clarkson-tests-regenerative-approach-at-diddly-squat-132205

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    Posted By Nancy VanderByl
    Dec 6, 2022 

    "When managed well, grasslands provide crucial ecosystem services, sequester carbon, absorb carbon dioxide, produce oxygen, filter and store water, provide a home to thousands of species, and, when grazed, convert cellulose (a substance we can't digest) into high-quality, nutrient-dense (and digestible) protein."

    https://weekly.regeneration.works/p/grazing-animals-the-linchpin-for

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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Dec 1, 2022 

    Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) welcomes Ryan Heiniger as its new executive director.
    Heiniger is a fourth-generation Iowa farmer, wildlife biologist, and has been a non-profit leader for more than two decades.

    https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/articles/12067-ryan-heiniger-joins-conservation-technology-information-center-as-executive-director

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    Posted By ORGANIC
    Nov 30, 2022 

    https://youtu.be/33oh5gjjxMk

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    Posted By North American Ag
    Nov 29, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/lasso-connecting-the-dots-on-modern-farming-initiatives-balancing-conservation-profitability
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    Lasso: Connecting the Dots on Modern Farming Initiatives, Balancing Conservation & Profitability

    By North American Ag

    Published Nov 29, 2022 

    In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak speaks with the impressive young ag entrepreneur who has co-founded Lasso, Nicole Rojas. Lasso is a software platform that helps cattle farmers decrease their emissions and receive the recognition and real dollars they deserve by doing so. Lasso eases data management, recommends on-farm carbon reduction practices, automates verification and matches farms with funding. Nicole Rojas has experience across engineering, management consulting and international entrepreneurship. Prior to receiving her MBA from Stanford University, Nicole studied chemical engineering at the University of Michigan and worked at BCG in its Chicago office, where she helped kickstart BCG’s Center for Climate Action and launched the Chicago office’s first green team...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Nov 29, 2022 

    The Land Institute believes the future is in perennials. A new joint Post-Doctoral Fellowship in de novo domestication is open at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in partnership with The Land Institute - learn more and apply now using the link below.

    https://landinstitute.org/new-joint-post-doctoral-fellowship-in-de-novo-domestication-opens-at-hudsonalpha/

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    Posted By Megan Silcott
    Nov 28, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/harvesting-more-than-yield
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    Harvesting More than Yield

    By Megan Silcott

    Published Nov 28, 2022 

    There’s one thing time, soil, and money all seem to have in common…they’re all disappearing faster than we’d like them to. As farmers, we need soil to make money and we need time to improve soil, but unfortunately money can’t buy us back any of our lost soil or time. So we’ve got to be diligent about choosing the right path forward to slow the disappearance of all three. We sat down with Monte Bottens, northwest Illinois farmer and Founder/CEO of Ag Solutions Network to have a conversation about 2022 harvest and his diligence with prioritizing soil health on their farm. “It's all connected,” he said, “the crop’s health, our livestock health, and our health...

    Categories: Farm Management, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Emmanuel Olamide AJAYI
    Nov 28, 2022 

    How to use the gas free from vegetables and fruits
    In this video, we will explain how to convert kitchen waste along with some materials into natural gas that we can use in cooking food
    In this video we used
    1: rock salt
    2: vegetable (lettuce)
    3: Fruits (Banana)
    4: Animal dung with soil
    We put the mixture in a very tight bucket and add rock salt, which helps in speeding up the fermentation of the mentioned materials
    As you can see in the video, we brewed it for seven days, and when the water came out into the flask from here, we know that methane gas is produced, we can use it in the house like natural gas

    https://youtu.be/G5VsL4VrDzc

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Nov 28, 2022 

    Hemp farming is really fascinating.
    Hemp is able to absorb 25 times the amount of co2 that a forest would in a 120-day growth cycle of the hemp crop, the same size forest would take 25 years to have the same carbon sequestration benefits!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTVshCIm5j4

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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Nov 27, 2022 

    A new report shows that greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas facilities worldwide are about three times higher than their producers claim.

    https://weekly.regeneration.works/p/underreporting-of-oil-and-gas-emissions

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    Posted By Wendy Chen
    Nov 24, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/mechanism-of-amino-acid-on-fruit-expansion
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    Mechanism of amino acid on fruit expansion

    By Wendy Chen

    Published Nov 24, 2022 

    How do amino acids affect fruit expansion?1. Amino acids promote cell division and increase the number. Serine participates in cell tissue differentiation and increases the number of cells. At the same time, serine and indole can synthesize tryptophan. Tryptophan is the precursor of plant auxin, which can promote the synthesis of plant auxin and promote the growth of differentiated cells...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Farm Management, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Nov 17, 2022 

    Upcoming Event -
    The first of two highly anticipated Producer Voices panels starts in 15 minutes at 3:15 PM on the Main Stage. Join moderator Tara Vander Dussen, Co-Founder, Elevate Ag and Dairy Farmer & Environmental Scientist, New Mexico Milkmaid, and our excellent lineup of speakers who will provide a western perspective on their role in advancing sustainability.
    *James Boyle, Arizona Dairy Farmer and Owner, Casa Grande Dairy Co, LLC
    *Eric Morgan, Vice President, Environmental Science and Resources, Braga Fresh Family Farms
    *Steve Wooten, 2021-2022 Chair, U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef and Owner, Beatty Canyon Ranch
    #sustainability #agriculture #events #glendaleaz #sustagsummit #sustainableagsummit #SustAg2022
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    Posted By William Bionx Akena
    Nov 11, 2022 

    East Africa seems stuck with Ugandan soybeans from the first season,with second seasons harvest around the corner, prices are bound to plummet.
    this is all because of the Kenyan post election hangover since Ugandas major soybeans market is Kenya. but Kenya's economy is yet to recover after the just concluded heavily contested presidential elections.
    guys please come for soybeans prices are good and my WhatsApp number:+256 782 691 445

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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Nov 10, 2022 

    Repost - Milk Specialties Global
    Doing more with less is in the forefront of our objectives, and we're proud to share that collective goal with the rest of the industry. #DairyProud #MadeForMore

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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Nov 10, 2022 

    Drainage water management is a conservation practice that can help reduce nitrogen (N) losses in tile drainage from crop fields. The practice works by slowing down the rate of tile drainage during the nongrowing season when there is no agronomic benefit to enhanced drainage.

    https://hoards.com/article-32801-environmental-impact-of-tiling-can-be-reduced.html

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    Posted By Nancy VanderByl
    Nov 9, 2022 

    With current high milk and electricity prices, a German dairy farm and its sister energy company are now reaping in the benefits of sound business decisions made only a few years ago.

    https://www.dairyglobal.net/world-of-dairy/farm-visits/how-good-decisions-benefit-german-dairy-farm/

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Nov 8, 2022 

    Progressive Dairy - Ask the tough questions along the way. Namely, where are the numbers, who is claiming what, who will pay, how are we comparing food production to energy production and transportation, and what exactly are the carbon offsets that will be needed over the next 30 years?

    https://www.agproud.com/articles/54215-5-questions-on-dairy-sustainability-metrics

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Nov 8, 2022 

    Citizens of Humanity's investment in regenerative agriculture is a blueprint for how clothing brands can reduce their environmental footprint one supply chain link at a time.

    https://www.fastcompany.com/90803912/6-american-cotton-farmers-are-making-half-a-million-pairs-of-luxury-jeans

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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Nov 7, 2022 

    Getting water to stock can be challenging this video is pretty neat!
    Video: Water Infrastructure on Our Ranch! - Regenerating the Ranch Episode 4
    With 7 different research ranches, we need to have creative solutions to get water to our cattle. As we graze with a more regenerative mindset, we have to think about how we can graze to get the best impact, but that also involves how we can water our cattle as well. In this episode, we go through what we have, what we need, and what we have planned for the future of our water infrastructure on our ranches.

    https://youtu.be/7cyA4CQeLeM

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    Posted By Cole Smith
    Nov 7, 2022 

    Solar Panels Plus Farming? This video shows you the process of installing solar on a farm. They put about 65KW of solar on one of their hog barns. They think they should be cutting down the power bill in no time.
    What do you think? Will this investment pay off?

    https://youtu.be/nc8TF5Zx9Nc

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    Posted By Core Cool Systems
    Nov 4, 2022 

    FAQ -- What is an EC motor, and how is it better than what I have?
    At the heart of Core Cool Systems, a powerful, efficient EC motor brings the latest in motor technology, providing value and reliability. Take a look at what an EC motor has to offer your operation.
    #ZeihlAbegg, #ECmotor, #corecoolcows, #SaveEnergySaveMoney

    https://www.corecoolsystems.com/blog/Blog30/FAQ--What-is-an-EC-motor-and-how-is-it-better-than-what-I-have

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    Posted By Brian Dougherty
    Nov 2, 2022 

    Is it possible to turn diesel engine exhaust into a biological amendment that reduces the need for off-farm fertility? Listen to the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast episode with Gary Lewis, inventor of Bio-Agtive Emissions Technology to learn more.

    https://engineeringyourfarm.buzzsprout.com/1444834/11619173

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    Posted By Becky Johnson
    Nov 2, 2022 

    Interested in seeing what regenerative agriculture looks like in person and on the ground?
    Regenerative Farmers of America has put together this cool tool. I'm sure there are thousands of other farmers, ranchers, and producers not on this map, but it's a great starting point.
    #agriculture #regenerativeagriculture #knowyourfarmer #localfood

    https://www.regenerativefarmersofamerica.com/

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    Posted By Maschio Gaspardo
    Oct 28, 2022 

    VELOCE is a lightweight speed disc featuring 20.5 inches discs arranged in two gangs facing in opposite directions. The wide 31.5 inches spacing between the gangs ensures optimal soil tillage for perfect crop residue handling in any working condition. VELOCE delivers high output with its ability to perform at speeds of up to 12 miles per hour.

    https://youtu.be/grMsJsyHsB4

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    Posted By Wendy Chen
    Oct 24, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/how-amino-acid-to-improve-crops-stress-resistance
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    How amino acid to improve crops stress resistance

    By Wendy Chen

    Published Oct 24, 2022 

    1. Anti-frost Dehydration of crop cells is the main damage caused by freezing injury. High content of glycine can make proteins highly flexible and mobile, promote the formation of intramolecular hydrogen bonds, and make protein molecules have an irregular curly configuration. High hydrophilicity can capture water molecules into cells, and protect cell structures from freezing and severe dehydration; At the same time, glycine and threonine remained soluble in cells, which improved the ability of crops to endure secondary dehydration stress during freezing; In addition, proline, serine, threonine, alanine and arginine are components of low temperature induced proteins, which provide a material basis for the synthesis of low temperature induced proteins and improve the cold resistance of crops2. Anti-drought Amino acids can alleviate drought stress on crops...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Oct 21, 2022 

    "This year all of my spring sown crops were established after a green manure, grazed by sheep over the winter and then with three light and shallow passes with a cultivator we managed to get our crops in with much less soil disturbance than usual."

    https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/articles/11958-english-organic-farmer-reduces-tillage-adopts-cover-crops

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    Posted By Gary Marsh
    Oct 19, 2022 

    Honeybees pollinate our crops and are essential in our ecosystem. ARS, conducts a wide array of bee health research projects, such as disease management, stress management, and nutrition. Listen to Research Entomologist Jay Evans to learn about the biggest dangers to honey bees and and how we're trying to ensure they survive and thrive.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwSp9oYYTjc

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    Posted By North American Ag
    Updated Oct 18, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/unconventional-ag-a-conference-for-producers-looking-for-new-ideas
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    Unconventional Ag: A Conference for Producers Looking for New Ideas

    By North American Ag

    Updated Oct 18, 2022 

    This week Chrissy Wozniak speaks with Peter Golbitz, founder of Agromeris and advisor at Unconventional Ag. He joins us to share details about the upcoming Unconventional Ag Conference, an event that showcases regenerative, organic, and sustainable agriculture methods. Peter Golbitz has over 30 years of direct experience in the food and agricultural industry covering the production and processing of raw materials into value-added food, industrial ingredients and consumer packaged goods, as well as their marketing and distribution. Unconventional Ag will be taking place in Minneapolis from Nov. 29-30, 2022...

    Categories: Sustainable Agriculture

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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Oct 11, 2022 

    Increasing demand for organic food, potential regulations to limit use of agriculture inputs, and a brightening spotlight on sustainable farming practices are trends that, when combined, paint a tremendous opportunity for farmers to adopt biologicals in the upcoming growing season.

    https://www.northamericanag.com/post/biologicals-market-poised-for-expansion-into-row-crops

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Oct 9, 2022 

    "Blue carbon" is a term for carbon captured by the world's oceans and coastal ecosystems. Mangrove forests, tidal marshes, and seagrass beds are the main vegetated coastal areas that store vast amounts of blue carbon. It's not really blue -- it's named after the color of the ocean. But blue carbon is an important tool in reducing the effects of climate change.

    https://soilsmatter.wordpress.com/2022/10/01/what-is-blue-carbon-and-why-is-it-important/

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Oct 9, 2022 

    This farm finishes almost 800 bulls/year and 750,000 poultry/year under solar panels.

    https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/beef-focus-finishing-bulls-under-solar-panels-on-french-biogas-farm/

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Oct 8, 2022 

    "How it works

    The compounds that were found to work as a herbicide are called statins, and eradicate weeds by inhibiting an enzyme called HMG-CoA reductase.

    When the enzyme is inhibited, it can kill the plant as it reduces cholesterol levels, lipids, vitamins, and other hormones."

    https://amp-abc-net-au.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/amp.abc.net.au/article/101486294

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Oct 8, 2022 

    This is pretty neat. @Chrissy Wozniak and @North American Ag you should reach out to this ranch, how neat is this!

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/10/02/us/solar-babcock-ranch-florida-hurricane-ian-climate/index.html

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Oct 8, 2022 

    They say... the agriculture industry is finding creative ways to maximize their land. Turning farmland into solar fields has multi-benefits, such as using panels as shade for cooling cows rather than installing large, expensive fans into a barn, or being able to grow shade-tolerant crops under solar panels, where they would previously be unable to tolerate.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/energy/throwing-shade-is-solar-energys-new-superpower/2022/10/02/f14ed070-4252-11ed-be17-89cbe6b8c0a5_story.html

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    Posted By Nancy VanderByl
    Oct 7, 2022 

    https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/sustainable-agriculture-news-6899853332635090944

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Oct 6, 2022 

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/food/2022/10/03/beef-soil-carbon-sequestration/

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    Posted By Jerry Smith
    Oct 5, 2022 

    Interesting read.

    https://insideclimatenews.org/news/03102022/californias-most-sustainable-dairy-is-doing-whats-best-for-business/

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    Posted By Becky Johnson
    Oct 2, 2022 

    What is No-Till Farming?
    Regeneration International provide a brief overview on no-till farming and its benefits and potential.

    https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?resources/what-is-no-till-farming.1052/

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    Posted By Jerry Smith
    Oct 2, 2022 

    Bob Reiter 3rd degree connection,
    Head of Research & Development, Crop Science at Bayer posted.

    "When we innovate at Bayer, we innovate with purpose, with sustainability as our North Star. With every project in our pipeline, we aim to improve upon the solutions we bring to growers and the practice of farming around the world.

    Take our advancements in crop protection, for example. Modern crop protection is vital to the production of safe, healthy and sustainable food, feed and fiber: without the use of these solutions, crop losses would threaten the stability of the world's food systems. Our pipeline is laser-focused on new solutions that serve to increase yield AND reduce environmental impact -- because we know it's not just our food we must protect.

    We're designing novel, planet-friendly chemistry to have better safety and environmental profiles. We're using data and field-level insights to help farmers apply crop protection products more selectively and do more with less. We're piloting digital technologies like drones and robotics to improve delivery, enable precise, tailored applications while at the same time reducing field-level impacts and protecting soil. And the list goes on.

    We firmly believe that the solutions we develop today must work to protect the planet for the generations of tomorrow. To drive this evolution, Bayer has committed to reducing the environmental impact of crop protection by 30% by 2030 -- a bold challenge that we've embraced with open arms. And one that we're convinced we will meet.

    It's an exciting time to be in agriculture and science, and I'm truly energized to be part of the organization that is leading the charge into a more sustainable future."

    https://www.bayer.com/en/agriculture/reducing-agricultures-impact-environment

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    Posted By Sam Carter
    Oct 2, 2022 

    This story highlights the intersection between agriculture and conservation and the role that Farmers play in protecting our planet.
    "Farmers are the first environmentalists."

    https://modernfarmer.com/2022/08/farmers-milkweed-monarch-butterflies/

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    Posted By Sophia Cheng
    Sep 28, 2022 

    Some NPK manufacturers stop production due to the increased cost.
    Energy crisis affects global fertilizer production and supply. The fertilizer synergist will be promising in the market according to the current situation.
    Our company works together with the biggest manufacturer of NBPT, and now we export to South America and Europe.
    If you are interested in NBPT, please feel free to contact us.
    Email:sophia@cyclebioscience.com
    Whatsapp:+86 18061998416
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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Sep 26, 2022 

    This farmer from Porter Township has taken his beef cattle operation a step beyond organic to sell his "regeneratively farmed" products at a new roadside stand.

    https://www.huntingdondailynews.com/local-farmer-promotes-regenerative-methods/article_50db70df-02df-5a39-bbf7-12ad84999e05.html

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    Posted By Brian Dougherty
    Sep 23, 2022 

    The technology to produce green anhydrous ammonia right on the farm is right around the corner. Check out the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast to learn about a containerized system that uses air, water, and electricity to make it happen.

    https://engineeringyourfarm.buzzsprout.com/1444834/11373068

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    Posted By AgFuse Administrator
    Sep 20, 2022 

    Inland waterway improvements are amongst legislative proposals currently being discussed on Capitol Hill.

    https://brownfieldagnews.com/news/congress-discussing-more-funding-for-waterway-improvements/

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    Posted By Becky Johnson
    Sep 18, 2022 

    Food from the desert: Qatar's nourishing investment
    One of the world's most water-stressed nations is cultivating an innovative domestic agricultural sector with transformational results.

    https://investqatar.ft.com/article/food-from-the-desert

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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Sep 16, 2022 

    The food you consume in the future maybe be grown in a local warehouse using renewable energy, lower transportation with no pesticides, fertilizers and 90% less water.
    Vertical Farming could change the industry of food production and sustainability and attracted over $1B financial investment in 2021.
    The question is not 'if' but 'how quickly' can it grow to scale - read the view here as part of the Natural Capital Technology series on innovation;

    https://natural-capital-technologies.scriber.to/article/vertical-farming-is-lifting-off-the-question-is-how-fast

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    Posted By Jerry Smith
    Sep 16, 2022 

    A California dairy with 7,000 cows are using their herd's manure to create clean energy and power up to 17,000 cars. Bar 20 Dairy and BMW partnered up to provide renewable electricity for their fuel cells of their electric vehicles.
    "We expect to produce more power than we use on the whole dairy. If we can produce enough energy to minimize our electrical costs and clean the air, that's kind of a good thing."
    This is a first-of-its-kind climate-smart digester that captures the methane gas from the manure and converts it into electricity without combustion at double the efficiency rate compared to conventional methods.
    #DairyInnovation #Sustainability #WeKnowDairy

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffkart/2022/08/18/cow-$*@!-powers-17000-electric-vehicles-via-california-dairy-farm/?sh=2aa6ba394bcd

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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Sep 16, 2022 

    Good information about the value of having a smart controller on your irrigation system.

    https://jainsusa.com/blog/3-reasons-why-you-should-water-turf-with-a-smart-controller/

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    Posted By Steve Hanks
    Sep 16, 2022 

    The Food Vision Beef and Sheep Group has heard that no climate measures should be implemented without an economic impact assessment.

    https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/food-vision-group-hears-call-for-assessment-of-climate-measures/

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    Posted By Jerry Smith
    Sep 16, 2022 

    Are you looking for something to watch this weekend?
    The Soil Learning Center by Farming Secrets, have put together a list of 6 regenerative documentaries curated with love for soil lovers and soil people worldwide, who enjoy learning about the natural world that is beyond our feet.
    These documentaries show you just how amazing soils are and how important it is to protect them.
    So make sure to watch them and learn about soils!

    https://soillearningcenter.com/6-must-watch-regenerative-documentaries-for-soil-lovers-globally/

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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Sep 14, 2022 

    Yield monitors, and the massive amount of data they generate, have provided farmers with information on crop performance for decades, but a comprehensive analysis of the entire operation is needed to maximize profit.

    https://www.agriculture.com/technology/data/how-to-determine-field-profitability

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    Posted By Praneeth R
    Sep 14, 2022 

    https://agfuse.com/article/farm-touring
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