Attaining soils that are working for you is a process. It starts with figuring out where your soils currently are. This will determine the next steps.
Physical soil disturbances are a well-documented and well-understood concept; however, we underestimate the disturbances that result from chemical and biological processes.
Humus is a stabilized fraction of organic matter and is a general term referring to a heterogeneous mixture of different humic substances.
One of the pillars of sustainability is social welfare. An aspect of social welfare that I think receives little focus is the well-being of farmers.
Weeds are a real nuisance. Dealing with them can be a mission. Read this blog to explore how to tackle this issue on your farm.
South Africa has a population of around 59 million people. Of this population, there are only around 40 thousand commercial farmers. This means that each farming unit provides food for around 1475 people. Now that is a lot of mouths to feed!
Cover crops are one of many mechanisms that can help shift agriculture from destructive and sick to regenerative and healthy.
There is a huge issue in agriculture that most of the research, especially prominent research, is driven by the agrochemical agenda.
The goal is to restore agricultural soils to a healthy state – every farm is different, but the principles always apply.