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On February 17, 2017, the fifth Science Day took place at BIOFACH, the World Organic Trade Fair, in...
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This conference will bring together researchers in organic agriculture in the tropics for...
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The symposium aims to bring together researchers from diverse fields of study who share a common...
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As climate change continues to impact the Antarctic, glacier melt and permafrost thaw are likely to make more liquid water available to soil and aquatic ecosystems in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, potentially providing a more nutrient-rich environment for life, according to a new study.
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Many people choose organic thinking it's better for humans and the planet, but a new study finds that might not always be the case.
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Organic farmers can use a combination of cover crops and no-till methods to improve soil health, suppress weeds, and retain moisture, suggests a new report.
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Using living organisms such as bacteria or fungi, as an alternative to chemical fertilizers, can improve the soil biodiversity of green roofs, according to new research.
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Register now for the online course on organic arable farming. The deadline for applications is 15...
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At the Biofach trade fair in February 2017, new market data for Austria were published. Furthermore...
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At Biofach new market data for Austria were published. Furthermore, area data and producers...
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