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regenerative agriculture

Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
Why Weeds are necessary for Regeneration The main difference between "sustainability" and "regeneration" I believe is that most country is in dire need of vast improvement and having a mentality that sustainability or "protection" is good enough throws up two unfortunate blockages, particularly in the rangelands... If we can progress past this blockage than the alternative is for us to have "an abundance mentality" and create a positive situation where we produce far more than we could before by using different principles and attitude"... Outcomes: By using innovative principles of land and animal management and by continuing to learn and develop synergistic enterprises I am buoyed by the opportunity and potential we have to focus on improvements in all facets of our management from ecology, economy and social / community development in rural areas...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The practice of adding biochar to the soil to enhance the soils agricultural value has been undertaken for over two thousand years... Some early studies into the value of biochar as a soil additive suffered due to a lack of knowledge regarding the varying outcomes of the pyrolysis process or potential function of biochar in the soil... With the influence of previous worldwide agricultural practices having left some soils depleted and exposed to risk of loss through erosion and the forecast increases needed in food production, there is a great need on these soils for regenerative agricultural practices to rebuild their productive capacity...
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