As the earlier blog this week looked at the benefits that come from AMF developing associations within agricultural soils, this second blog is looking at how field and soil management impacts on th
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29th Jun 2015
Healthier soil is a fundamental necessity for increased food production, and soil fungal populations are a significant contributor to soil health.
26th Jun 2015
Carrying on our theme of soil biology that we are following this month, while doing some research, I came across the Soil Health website.
19th Jun 2015
A bit of a sideways step to end the week, with an
18th Jun 2015
Maintaining a healthy and diverse soil community can buffer natural ecosystems against the damaging impacts of global warming according to a new study led by American University Yale.
15th Jun 2015
Soil micro-organisms provide an essential function in nourishing and protecting plants.
12th Jun 2015
The biodiversity and abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi - important soil organisms that can help plants to capture nutrients - is greater in organically managed soils with reduced tilling co
10th Jun 2015
At the end of last month, Natural England released a document looking at where science and resea
3rd Jun 2015
Keyline Design - Whole Farm Planning for improved water management and utilisation, soil health and creation, and increased productivity
2nd Jun 2015
17th - 19th June Huntstile Farm, Goathurst, Nr Bridgewater