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Singing Frogs farm makes $250,000/ha profit each year - so many great lessons in this inspiration video, I watch it again and again
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No-till Farmers Elizabeth and Paul Kaiser Keynote 2017 NOFA/Mass Winter Conference
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Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser of Singing Frogs Farm in Sebastapol, California, were the keynote speakers for the 30th annual NOFA/Mass Winter Conference - Januar...
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Why pesticides are not a long term solution
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Pesticide use in farming is a complicated and controversial issue. This four minute video explains why we choose to farm organically, and what concerns us about the current direction of agriculture, both in the UK and globally. Read more at www.riverford.co.uk/nature-not-nasties
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Summary and Conclusion
For those interested in the classification of earthworms, the preceding three categories (epigeic, endogeic, and anecic) serve relatively well in providing a first cut at the functional differences between the over 4400 separate species of earthworm thus far identified. To recap, epigeic earthworms are those that inhabit the top layers of soil; endogeic earthworms inhabit the interior of the soil and make horizontal burrows; and anecic earthworms migrate between the various soil strata while maintaining permanent vertical burrows. This is of course a mere shadow of our current state of knowledge regarding the diversity of earthworms, but we hope that it will provide a sufficient springboard for those interested in the remarkable diversity of earthworm species.
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