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Lasting impact: The secret is in the soil

First published in Farmtario: https://farmtario.com/crops/lasting-impact-the-secret-to-increasing-carbon-is-in-the-soil/ This article is part two of a three-part series highlighting lessons learned from two long-term crop rotation experiments at the

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View of the crop rotation experimental plots at the Elora Crops Research Centre

Lasting impact: The penalty of poor rotation

First published in Farmtario: https://farmtario.com/crops/lasting-impact-the-penalty-of-poor-crop-rotations/ This article is part one of a three-part series highlighting lessons learned from two long-term crop rotation experiments at the

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Figure showing the connection between plants, soil, and the microbiome for phytostimulation, nutrient acquisition, disease suppression, herbivore resistance, and abiotic stress tolerance

The soil-plant-microbe dance

Micaela Tosi, Eduardo Kovalski Mitter, Jonathan Gaiero, and Kari Dunfield. 2020. It takes three to tango: the importance of microbes, host plant and soil management to elucidate

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Hey #OntAg I'm looking for#covercrop fields for a biomass survey Any and all cover crops in Ontario are eligible. We will be sampling fields between Oct 5 and 23 Email me at anne.verhallen@ontario.ca or DM

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Looking to feed your soil #microbes? Improve #soilhealth?

Explore our #CropRotationCounts infographics to get the dirt on what small grains and forages can do for your soil! Amazing results from 65 yrs of #UofG research:

https://www.uoguelph.ca/alliance/crop-rotation

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Hammond Lecture Series 2020: WASTES, WATER, AND FOOD: The One Health Links to Human and Wildlife Health

Join @UofG_SES Oct. 7 for the Hammond Lecture, featuring Prof. Karen Kidd. Kidd is an ecotoxicologist and prof at McMaster University.

Learn more: https://ses.uoguelph.ca/events/2020/10/virtual-hammond-lecture-2020

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