Agroforestry in Scotland? Forestry Grant Scheme funding still available until December 2020

by Scottish Natural Heritage In today’s blog, our woodlands specialist, Kate Holl, talks about the many benefits of agroforestry for farmers, as well as the funding available. Agroforestry simply means integrating trees into agricultural land.  But in contrast to farm woodland creation, which normally results in a net loss of productive agricultural land, agroforestry can help … Continue reading Agroforestry in Scotland? Forestry Grant Scheme funding still available until December 2020

2 December 2014

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1 Novemeber 2014

Gardening Pay dirt! Composting is simple. Click here Raised beds! Really raised. Click here Lawn to garden returns more than vegetables. Click here Farming 11th and 12th generations return to the homestead. Click here Hemp, an historic harvest. Click here 30,000 farmers attend ag get together in India. Click here Sustainability Be careful of biochar! … Continue reading 1 Novemeber 2014

13 October 2014

The Biochar Edition. Why the decline in golf is great for the environment. Click here Biochar works 'magic' in the soil almost immediately. Click here Fuel and biochar from the one renewable source. Click here A green space integrating energy, food and sustainability. Click here Bioenergy: Australia's forgotten renewable energy source. Click here Biochar improves … Continue reading 13 October 2014

12 October 2014

Gardening Compost, the original and best recycling. Click here For those in the Northern Hemisphere, plant garlic now. Click here Food The future of food. Click here Farming 250 acres, 130 years, one family's farm, from Ireland. Click here Fighting back against the Gates chemical model. Click here Going green is the future for farmers, … Continue reading 12 October 2014

Human Urine As Fertilizer Is The Best Option For Organic Farming

Nice idea!

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Wow! That makes me want to work out every time I feel the need to soak my vegetable garden. But wait a minute, you said: “My dog ​​pees wherever she goes brown grass areas, which means that the grass is flourishing with her urine.”best-and top-organic-farming-in-sikkim-bihar-bodhgaya-india-vastu-vihar-biotech-vvbiotech

Correct undiluted urine with a high nitrogen content, and sometimes with a high salt content. High nitrogen actually “burn” the plants it comes in contact with. Dilute it and it’s stronger than any chemical fertilizer. Healthy human urine is rich in nitrogen, potassium and phosphate, all of which are essential for healthy plants. If you look at the ingredients on a bag of fertilizer, you will see the word “urea”, which is present in the urine, as you may have guessed.

Vastu Vihar Biotech discovered that rice husk ash and human urine to perform as well as the use of chemical fertilizers are more expensive, while…

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