Foraging and Farming: Balancing Native, Wild Plants and Agriculture

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3 Soil Management Techniques to Increase Your Crop Production

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Soil is the primary source of mineral nutrients for most living organisms. Practising right soil management techniques ensures that those nutrients do not become deficient or harmful to the plants. When the soil is healthy, the crops can withstand harsh weather conditions, consequently increasing food production. By practising soil management, you contribute to an increase in crop production, human health, and environmental conservation. There Are several soil management techniques that you should try if you want to improve your soil health and crop production. Read More»

Why You Should Use a Rainwater Harvesting System on Your Farm

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Farmers will typically go out of their way to make the most out of natural resources, as they provide the food that Australians take for granted. Yet they may often be missing a relatively simple trick in pursuit of efficiency as they may not be taking advantage of the most abundant natural resource of all. If you’re always looking for ways to improve your farming operation, why should you pay particularly close attention to rainwater harvesting, if you have not done so in the past? Read More»