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Adding manure can beef up soil carbon

Christine Brown of OMAFRA explains the importance of a balanced carbon:nitrogen ratio and provides a list of practices that will improve soil conditions in current cropping systems.

USDA sets priority watersheds to improve in 2021

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has named 379 priority watersheds across the country to help agricultural producers improve through focused financial and technical resources.

EPA announces recipients of anaerobic digestion grants

The U.S. EPA recently announced 12 recipients for approximately $3 million in funding. The money will be used to divert food waste from landfills by expanding anaerobic digester capacity.
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Barbara Cade-Menun, a research scientist with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, is a world leader in studying phosphorus cycling in water, soils and plants. She’s developed and refined investigative techniques that have become the preferred standard. Cade-Menun discusses her love of solving puzzles, taking risks and trusting your judgement. » Read more...
Karen Schuett

An agtech visionary

Karen Schuett, co-founder and CEO of Livestock Water Recycling (LWR), is regarded as a manure expert. Her Calgary-based agtech company has developed one of the global livestock industry’s most sought-after manure treatment innovations. Schuett discusses her pursuit of lagoon-free food production, taking risks, her defining moment and – of course – manure. » Read more...
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