2013 NNTC Audio Presentation

The Importance Of Earthworms In Making Your Farm Soils More Productive (NNTC 2013 Presentation) - MP3 Download


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Charles Darwin said: “The plow is one of the oldest and most important inventions of the man. But long before the plow, the land was plowed, and continues to be, by the earthworms.” However, Odette Menard can show you that when soil tillage is reduced, earthworm populations may increase by as much as 100%.

In this presentation, the conservation specialist from Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, helps you understand how booming earthworm populations increase soil biological activity, which leads to increased agricultural efficiency through both reduced production costs and higher yields.

(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 12 Minutes; File Size: 52.5 Megabytes)

Click here to download a PDF version of this presentation to follow along with while listening to the audio file (no purchase necessary).

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