Conventional ag wages losing war on organics – The Western Producer

Conventional ag wages losing war on organics Posted Jan. 15th, 2015 by Kevin Hursh Conventional agriculture is fighting back in the public relations battle against the disciples of organic and non-genetically modified agriculture. Unfortunately, it is likely too little, too late. Rob Saik, founder of the Agri-Trend Group of Companies, is spearheading an effort to … Continue reading Conventional ag wages losing war on organics – The Western Producer

Agri.EU | Focus on breeding research and many farm activities at Green week 2015 – Livestock – Agri.eu

Home » News » Livestock » Focus on breeding research and many farm activities at Green week 2015 Focus on breeding research and many farm activities at Green week 2015 The aim of this year's BMEL special show is to present innovative projects from the fields of breeding and breeding research. Sustainable and resource-conserving production … Continue reading Agri.EU | Focus on breeding research and many farm activities at Green week 2015 – Livestock – Agri.eu

Could carbon farming save our soils?

By: Tom Oder Sustainable agricultural practices add essential carbon to soil's organic matter, which could be key to reviving soil quality Declining soil health could mean problems ahead as the world's population grows. (Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture/flickr) The world’s soils are in jeopardy. Some scientists think agricultural soils are in such serious decline that … Continue reading Could carbon farming save our soils?