Increasingly Heavy Farm Vehicles Are Crushing Soil Health

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. What does a modern combine harvester and a Diplodocus have in common? One answer, it seems, may be their big footprints on the soil. A new study led by researchers from Sweden and Switzerland has found that the weight … Read more

Eucalyptus Plantation Guide – Kavya Organic Farm

Eucalyptus plantation guide : from seeds to yield and return If you are interested in growing eucalyptus trees, there is a lot of information available online to help you with the process. There are many advantages to planting eucalyptus trees and for this reason, many people grow them at their homes or on their farms. … Read more

Cashew cultivation in India – Kavya Organic Farm

Cashew cultivation in India Cashew cultivation in India is the leading industry among all the industries on the subcontinent. It has created 1.5 million job opportunities in different parts of India and has added a major revenue to the country, ranging from approximately $2 billion to nearly $4 billion annually. The cashew industry is not … Read more

Watermelon cultivation in India – Kavya Organic Farm

Watermelon cultivation in India Watermelon cultivation in India is limited to the Western Ghats, a mountain range in southwestern India. It is widely known for its waterfalls and lush green forests. It’s interesting that both watermelon and humans have a similar evolutionary history of being spread by birds. Watermelon cultivation in India Watermelons were first … Read more

Don’t Tell Farmers How To Farm – Ask Them Instead – A Year in the Life of a Farmer

I recently attended a virtual conference, hosted by CityAge, called “Farming for the Future”. This digital event included discussions around regenerative agriculture, soil health, farming practices that reduce carbon emissions, and so on. Truth be told, it was an interesting and well-organized event, with many of the speakers and panelists taking thoughtful positions on the … Read more

Homegrown Organics Stone Fruit Farm Visit « Earl’s Organic Produce

April 5, 2022 | Susan As we made our way to visit the folks at Homegrown, we noted the variability of each operation based on its proximity to the King’s River. Vern Peterson’s plot backs right up the river (which although incredibly low, creates a stable water table), and we later learned that his well … Read more