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Google, nurture.farm Announce Soil Quality Research Collaboration in India

The research will work towards identifying scalable and affordable methods for soil quality measurement across farmland in India

Nurture.farm and Google have entered into a research collaboration to establish a scalable and low-cost method to measure soil health, covering soil organic carbon and other key nutrients in soil. The relationship will focus on the use of hyperspectral image analysis combined with other remote sensing and data collection methods, to accurately measure SOC and other nutrients in soil across a range of soil types and characteristics that comprise the landscape of agricultural practices in India. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries


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Why No-Till Is the Future of Agriculture

Professor at Thai university makes the case for conservation agriculture as the solution to producing more food with less arable land.

While the situation of the world’s soils is dire, there is a solution to bring degraded agricultural land back from the brink: No-till and conservation agriculture. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries


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Health of the World Depends on Farmers’ Investment in Soil

Uruguayan no-tiller says no-till improves soil health to meet the challenge of growing more food with less land.

Uruguayan no-tiller Gabriel Carballal knows a crop’s success or failure starts with the soil. That’s why the award-winning no-till advocate and farmer believes no-till is the best farming method for the world. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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British Farmer Switches to No-Till to Save Money on Rising Input Costs

A conservation agriculture program led to a 25% reduction in nitrogen applications and a 33% reduction in fuel and labor costs for farmer Paul Temple.

Faced with growing input costs and declining subsidies, British farmer Paul Temple switched to no-tillage to make his operation more profitable. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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Farmer's No-Till 'Garden of Eden' Thrives in Philippines

Using no-till and no commercial fertilizers, the American expat and his family grow dozens of crops on the more than 30-acre farm.

John Phillips, formerly of Bloomsburg, Penn., lives on a more than 30-acre farm in Batangas, Philippines, with his wife and 10-year-old daughter. They grow dozens of fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices and flowers using no-till and natural farming methods. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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Chinese No-Till Research Team Studies No-Till, Develops Equipment Prototypes

The Conservation Tillage Research Team has been studying no-till and other conservation tillage methods on China's lands for decades. The team's work has led to the publication of more than 200 papers and development of more than 30 equipment prototypes. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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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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Report: World’s Farm Resources at ‘Breaking Point’

No-till and other sustainable agriculture practices provide a solution to the climate crisis and growing demand for food.

No-till and other sustainable agriculture practices can help bring the world's farm resources back from a "breaking point," while continuing to provide food for generations to come. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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