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Tag Archives: Plants
If you find Input costs cut into profits before the crop is harvested OR You have an increased energy input in the form of fertilizers and fuels OR The cost of inputs is rising Then, Legumes can help you cut … Continue reading
If you find Weeds seem to do better than crops and pastures do OR Much the same weed problems occur in much the same way year after year OR You set out to grow a crop but it seems that … Continue reading
If you find Weeds succeed each year despite all attempts to beat them with chemicals OR Weeds on your land have developed resistance to all the chemicals that it is feasible to throw at them OR Weeds seed before you … Continue reading
If you find Your farm has a recurring demand for fresh green feed OR Your market has a recurring demand for fresh greens such as mixed salad greens Then, Consider using a Rolling harvest of a crop that can be … Continue reading
If you find Nitrogen is the most commonly deficient nutrient in many soils OR Nitrogen is a key element in digestibility of pastures OR Nitrogen is a key element in the synthesis of proteins necessary for animal growth and development … Continue reading
If you find Soils are fragile AND Bare ground is ripe for weed invasion and soil erosion AND Bare ground loses more moisture than ground covered by living or dead plant matter Then, Any living or dead material lying on … Continue reading