A lot of these concepts are covered and emphasized in classes at the University of Guelph Agriculture program. These are not new concepts, there is simply a lack of change from farmers. Some of these changes are very simple such as sectioning a grazing field but farming of wheat and soybean etc. cannot exactly be regenerative other than no-till farming. Even with no till, there are setbacks. Sure we can change the cattle farms that graze on fields but the majority of cattle are raised in barns and fed indoors to save space. A lot of land is needed to make farming profitable and at the end of the day, the farmers will do what's best for their pocket.
Imagine a former penal colony delivering the salvation of mankind one day. Who says wonders do not exist? Bit of a pitty though that Peter Andrews wasn't mentioned a single time in this report.
These examples are very positive, and seem quite do-able. The mention of "leaky weirs" is also very important. This process of slowing the water without stopping it is exactly what beaver do, both in North America and Eurasia. It keeps the water table high, and allows vigorous growth from riparian vegetation.
If I may post a hint here, have a look at the Groasis Waterboxx. With this device it is possible to plant trees in very arid environments. Without the need for irrigation. There's plenty of information on the Groasis Waterboxx on YouTube too. Here's a link to their website: https://www.groasis.com/en
Thanks for the great job that you are doing.
Would human manure compost not be beneficial where there is lack of animals
This is what Peter Andrews was doing for years but was criticized for it!
Why are people surprised with this, Age of Empires II has an upgrade called crop rotation!
Don't overgraze, got it.
nice but i would've liked to hear about the downsides, e.g. less short term land utilization for cattle
This is a really excellent film. Thank you!
carbon in the atmosphere is not a problem. otherwise this is great.
This is almost mimicking nature, I love it
Well done champion.
Also see video on Peter Andrews’ technique of “leaky weirs”
There's a really cool search engine that plants trees, called "Ecosia ". It lets you know how many trees it has planted on the main search engine page. And if you get the app, which is free, it shows you how many trees your searches alone have planted.Tell more people! Here is the link: www.ecosia.org
How wonderful. Many blessings.
We do need to increase the price of meat for farmers to get more profit. That would give the funds to have a more sustainable model present. Aka biodynamic farming. I already believe we eat way too much meat and beef even on grassland is still one of the biggest consumers of water and land in the entire agriculture industry. We need to prioritize diverse farming instead of just farming on crop or one animal.
Look after mother earth as its the only one in the universe
I am impressed by the early 80s impression that the drought had on the farmer
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