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One of the first crops I harvest from my vegetable garden every year are young leafy green vegetables. Spinach, kale, head lettuce, leaf lettuces, arugula, bok choy and...

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At the BIOFACH Congress, where a wide range of topics will be discussed, researchers of FiBL will...
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The latest global data on organic farming worldwide will be presented by the Research Institute of...
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Can grassy lawns affect carbon and nitrogen in the soil? Researchers found grass species and mowing habits can make a difference.
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'Relationships' in the soil become stronger during nature restoration. Although all major groups of soil life are already present in former agricultural soils, they are not really 'connected'. These connections need time to (literally) grow, and fungi are the star performers. A European research team has shown the complete network of soil life for the first time.
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Another strong presence of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) at BIOFACH 2017 in...
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New research has found a big difference in the yields produced by alternative agricultural practices in commercial fields compared with the same practices in the small experimental plots ordinarily used to test them.
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Soil amendments are meant to improve your soil and fertilizers are meant to feed your plants. But some soil amendments are also fertilizers with very specific nutrients. ...

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