Research, Water, Climate Change, Grain, Turf Grass – America’s Heartland

Hi I’m Sarah Gardner. It’s a critical element not only for your lawn or garden, but in making sure that we have enough food to feed a growing population. Coming up, the challenge in doing more with less water. We’ll take you to Washington State where scientists are helping farmers grow bountiful crops in one […]

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Playing God. About nature and science

All insects are important in their own way. Specifically for pollination they are insects with a diet based on nectar and pollen. So they’re generally families, butterflies, “bombus,” known as bumblebees, the bombus terrestris. What’s happening is that we’re having to raise these insects artificially, because nature isn’t sustainable. The environment has become unsustainable for […]

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Make $100,000 per Acre with Beyond Sustainable No Till Farming a Year

Alright, this is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com, got another exciting episode here for you. And where I am today is my backyard garden! With this, I’m just doing an intro and I’m going to come in at brief spots in this video. This video is not about me today, but what it is about is […]

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Farming futures: How Australia’s farmers are adapting to change

My name’s Charlie Massy. I’m a farmer down here on the Monaro, but currently finishing a PhD at ANU in the Fenner School for Environment and Society. And I’m looking at innovative agriculturalists and change. I guess the farmers, men and women, that I’ve been looking at are what I call transformative agriculturalists. And by […]

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This bullsh*t might save the world | Thomas Rippel | TEDxZurich

Translator: Thomas Rippel Reviewer: Denise RQ This is shit (Laughter) or rather cow manure. One cow produces 25 tons of manure every year. And that’s great because manure is a fantastic organic fertilizer. It’s chock-full of nutrients to grow our grains and vegetables. Humans have been using animal dung as fertilizer for 10,000 years. Without […]

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