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UK Academics Propose New Lens for Soil Health

What does the term ‘soil health’ mean and how should we measure it? New research from Cranfield and Nottingham Universities says that how we think about, measure and study soil must be changed to give a better understanding of how to manage this resource effectively, with academics proposing an entirely new approach for assessing soil health.
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No-Till Makes Farming Possible, Profitable Amid Africa’s Changing Climate

No-till improves soil health, yields and economic stability for farmers in Uganda, Algeria, Lesotho and Zambia.

Farmers in the African countries of Uganda, Algeria, Lesotho and Zambia have realized environmental and economic benefits of adopting no-till on their land. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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