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NOVA: The Hidden Power of Plants. Universo das Plantas - National Geographic. A Vida das Plantas - Documentário dublado. As Árvores (Documentário Especial) The Forest Unseen by David Haskell - Book Trailer. Êxodo urbano: a saga de uma família que largou a cidade e foi viver no campo – PapodeHomem. O Livro da Natureza (The Book of Nature)

Technology. Bamboo: a powerful ally for land restoration. By Hans Friederich, Director General, International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR).

Bamboo: a powerful ally for land restoration

Bamboo can be a powerful ally for land restoration. This strategic resource thrives on problem soils and steep slopes, helps to conserve soil and water, and improves land quality. Top 40 Enlightening Spiritual Films of All Time. Água se planta com agroflorestas – Ecologia dos Saberes. Sistema de riego para jardines -Airdrop. Sistema de riego para jardines -Airdrop. How tree roots respond to drought. Introduction The ongoing climate change is characterized by increased temperatures and altered precipitation patterns.

How tree roots respond to drought

In addition, the frequency, intensity and duration of extreme climatic events, such as droughts, floods, and storms, has increased in recent decades, and a continuation of this trend is predicted (IPCC, 2007, 2014; Cavin et al., 2013). These changes in environmental conditions are affecting terrestrial ecosystems worldwide and have led to a reduction in the global net primary production (Zhao and Running, 2010). Specifically, negative impacts on forest health associated with water limitation are major contributors to forest declines at a global level (Allen et al., 2010; Smith, 2011; Choat et al., 2012; Anderegg et al., 2013b). Drought is a multidimensional environmental constraint that can provoke tree responses from the molecular to the forest stand level (Hamanishi and Campbell, 2011). Video Gallery – Tarwyn Park. Welcome to the Tarwyn Park Video Gallery.

Video Gallery – Tarwyn Park

These videos have been placed on YouTube, but tend to display randomly. The videos have been placed in sequential order on this page from top to bottom. Australian Story ABC Australia. (4 videos) – 2005 (2 episodes) – 2009 (2 episodes) or reasd the transcripts of the TV shows herePeter Andrews at Baramui Stud (12 videos) Natural Sequence Farming a Hit in Central Queensland. Peter Andrews - Farming Secrets. Peter Andrews, the veteran horseman who stood dual Melbourne Cup winner Rain Lover, starting off at One Tree Hill in South Australia and then at a new breeding operation he and his wife Ann established on the historic Tarwyn Park in the Bylong valley, NSW has been awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in the 2011 Australia Day Honours.

Peter Andrews - Farming Secrets

It is not, however, for his lengthy contribution to breeding and racing, but for revolutionary approaches to land care he developed on Tarwyn Park, a very fertile property over underground waterways which was very run down when the Andrews took it over thirty years ago. In the first half of last century, Tarwyn Park was one of the great studs in Australia in the ownership of Herbert Thompson, a member of the family who were pioneers in nearby Widden valley. He stood seven times champion Australian sire Heroic. Right As Rain Part Two - Journeyman Pictures. Australia faces an unprecendented crisis in the ongoing process of soil erosion.

Right As Rain Part Two - Journeyman Pictures

"All I see is degradation, eroded gullies, top soil blowing away, bare hills, animals grazing paddocks that are mainly dirt," says Sandy Cornell, who travels through rural areas extensively in her work as a vet. "We're at the tipping point of turning this country into a desert. " Yet a farmer from New South Wales has developed a way of reviving tracts of the Austrlian landscape. Peter Andrews has turned eroded wasteland into fertile ground through natural farming techniques and sympathetic planting, but regulations set by the Australian government have long prevented others from following his lead. Things are starting to change however, as the Saudi government have invited Andrews to "green the Sahara desert" and, closer to home, the former Governor-General, Major General Michael Jeffery, has joined his campaign.

Right As Rain Part One - Journeyman Pictures. For over thirty years, farmer and horse breeder, Peter Andrews, has tried to convince scientists, bureaucrats and politicians of the effectiveness of his innovative landscaping methods – what he calls natural sequence farming – which he has developed in an attempt to counteract drought and erosion.

Right As Rain Part One - Journeyman Pictures

Now some very influential and highly placed Australians have rallied to his cause, while scientific evidence and international interest are also mounting. 03:49:00 – Aerial views of Australian wetlands 06:23:00 – Aerial views of Terwyn Park, Australia 06:50:00 – Horses walking through water 07:31:15 – Flood plain 10:35:00 – Large herd of horses running on plain 10:50:00 – Horse foals 24:00:00 – Peter Andrews landscaping of Australian farmland. Right As Rain Part Two - Journeyman Pictures. Right As Rain Part One - Journeyman Pictures.

For over thirty years, farmer and horse breeder, Peter Andrews, has tried to convince scientists, bureaucrats and politicians of the effectiveness of his innovative landscaping methods – what he calls natural sequence farming – which he has developed in an attempt to counteract drought and erosion.

Right As Rain Part One - Journeyman Pictures

Now some very influential and highly placed Australians have rallied to his cause, while scientific evidence and international interest are also mounting. 03:49:00 – Aerial views of Australian wetlands 06:23:00 – Aerial views of Terwyn Park, Australia 06:50:00 – Horses walking through water 07:31:15 – Flood plain 10:35:00 – Large herd of horses running on plain 10:50:00 – Horse foals 24:00:00 – Peter Andrews landscaping of Australian farmland. Natural Sequence Farming.

Ideasverdes. Untitled. Untitled. Man Has Night Vision Injected Into His Eyeballs. A group of biohackers say they’ve figured out a way to inject our eyeballs with night vision, or low-light vision anyway.

Man Has Night Vision Injected Into His Eyeballs

The procedure has allowed one superhuman to temporarily see over 50 meters (164 feet) in the dark, Mic reports. The team from California-based Science for the Masses (SfM) utilized a compound called Chlorin e6 (or Ce6), which is found in some deep-sea fish. It’s also occasionally used to treat night blindness and even cancer. Previous studies have injected the chemical as a photosensitizer into animal models. Mark Mawson: Aqueous Fluoreau. Photographer Mark Mawson has published a wonderful series of fourteen new underwater ink photographs entitled Aqueous Fluoreau.

Mark Mawson: Aqueous Fluoreau

The images are stunning not only for their vibrant colors but their almost sculptural appearance. His previous projects from the same family, Aqueous and Aqueous II are also incredible and worth your time. Curso de bioconstruc3a7c3a3o. Panfletostodos. Fantastic Fungi, a film about mushrooms by Louie Schwartzberg. Associação para o Retorno das Arvores. Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world. Do trees have brains? There's increasing evidence to show that trees are able to communicate with each other.

Do trees have brains?

More than that, trees can learn. If that's true — and my experience as a forester convinces me it is — then they must be able to store and transmit information. And scientists are beginning to ask: is it possible that trees possess intelligence, and memories, and emotions? So, to cut to the quick, do trees have brains? It sounds incredible, but when you discover how trees talk to each other, feel pain, nurture each other, even care for their close relatives and organise themselves into communities, it's hard to be sceptical. Quando a tecnociência vê um pixel mas ignora a paisagem. A agricultura convencional mata o solo. Entrevista especial com Antonio Donato Nobre.

Quando a tecnociência vê um pixel mas ignora a paisagem. Edible Landscaping: Organic Gardening And Landscape Design. O chamado das árvores. If Agroecology is So Great, Why Aren’t All Farmers Doing It? : Food First. This post is also published on the Huffington Post here. After a half century of pioneering work by farmers and scientists, agroecology has finally penetrated mainstream policy circles. This is due to agroecology’s widespread success on the ground and the tireless efforts of food activists and policy advocates determined to break corporate agriculture’s chokehold on the politics and the purse strings of our food system.

Last month, Friends of the Earth (FoE) published Farming for the Future: Organic and Agroecological Solutions to Feed the World – which was released on the heels of the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems’ (IPES) report, From Uniformity to Diversity: A paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological systems. Manejo de Pastagem Ecológica e a produção de água. BioCarbon Engineering: Industrial-scale reforestation. “Minhas previsões não são cor-de-rosa” “Minhas previsões não são cor-de-rosa” Alceo Magnanini participou do grupo que elaborou o Código Florestal que agora o Congresso está tentando mudar. Ele questiona principalmente a falta de estudos técnicos na nova proposta Sua formação é de engenheiro agrônomo, mas Alceo Magnanini já atuou como geógrafo e como botânico. Trabalhando com campanhas ambientais desde a década de 1950, o que faz dele uma das primeiras vozes ambientalistas do Brasil, em 1962 Magnanini foi um dos três engenheiros agrônomos que formaram, ao lado de quatro juristas, a comissão que redigiu o atual Código Florestal do país.

Ele conta com orgulho que, durante dois anos, o grupo se reuniu entre duas e três vezes por semana para estudar todo o material a que tiveram acesso sobre o assunto. Using Agroforestry to Save the Planet. Agroforestry—the use of trees in farming—benefits both farmers and the environment. According to a recent report by Biodiversity International, the Center for International Forestry Research, the World Agroforestry Centre, and Charles Sturt University, forests contribute to the livelihoods of more than 1.6 billion people. Yet, 30 percent of the world’s forests are used primarily for the production of wood products. Agroforestry is defined as the integration of trees and shrubs into crop and animal farming systems.

These practices can help landowners diversify products and create social, economic, and environmental benefits. Trees and forests provide more than just food—they can enhance soils, protect biodiversity, preserve precious water supplies, and even help reduce the impacts of climate change. Teoria da Trofobiose. Teoria da Trofobiose. Trophobiosis. Trophobiosis is a symbiotic association between organisms where food is obtained or provided. The provider of food in the association is referred to as a trophobiont. The name is derived from the Greek τροφή trophē, meaning "nourishment" and -βίωσις -biosis which is short for the English symbiosis.[1] In mutualistic relationships, the production of honeydew by trophobionts is rewarded by removal of dead hemipterans and protection from a variety of predators by the attendant ants. In some relationships the ants will build shelters for the farmed trophobionts, either to protect them or keep them from leaving the area.

Some species of ants construct underground rooms to house the trophobionts and carry them between the host plant and housing area daily. Francis Chaboussou: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle. Teoría de la trofobiosis (Francis Chaboussou) by on Prezi. Plantas doentes pelo uso de agrotóxicos. Teoria da Trofobiose. Instituto Árvores Vivas. Sementesflorestais guiaparagerminaode100espciesnativas 130806124231 phpapp01. A aventura das sementes e de sua germinação - Conexão Planeta. Sempre que tenho oportunidade, lembro às pessoas que a árvore inteira está dentro das sementes, seja essa semente bem grande como a da manga ou do abacate, seja muito pequena, do tamanho de um grão de areia, como a semente da quaresmeira ou da embaúba. As sementes são incríveis!

Scientific proof

Ernst Götsch. Agroecology. Agroecology is the study of ecological processes that operate in agricultural production systems. The prefix agro- refers to agriculture. Bringing ecological principles to bear in agroecosystems can suggest novel management approaches that would not otherwise be considered. Forest farming. Forest farming is the cultivation of high-value specialty crops under a forest canopy that is intentionally modified or maintained to provide shade levels and habitat that favor growth and enhance production levels.

Forest farming encompasses a range of cultivated systems from introducing plants into the understory of a timber stand to modifying forest stands to enhance the marketability and sustainable production of existing plants.[1] Forest farming is a type of agroforestry practice characterized by the "four I's": intentional, integrated, intensive and interactive.[2] Agroforestry is a land management system that combines trees with crops or livestock, or both, on the same piece of land.

It focuses on increasing benefits to the landowner as well as maintaining forest integrity and environmental health. The practice involves cultivating non-timber forest products or niche crops, some of which, such as ginseng or shiitake mushrooms, can have high market value. §History[edit] Designing a Sustainable Aquaponics System: An Inventor's Touch. Só a agroecologia nos salva. Forest gardening. Soils, Compost, Terra Preta and Biochar.

Introdução à Permacultura. Permaculture. Permaculture. Masanobu-fukuoka-agricultura-natural. Symphony of the Soil documentary. INSTITUTO TERRA - WELCOME - Official Website. Do trees communicate. A Comunicação Entre As Árvores. THE LANGUAGE OF THE FORESTS. Globo Ecologia - Fragmentos florestais - parte 1. Globo Ecologia - Sistemas agroflorestais (íntegra) The Future of Food. Projeto recruta detentos para reflorestar a Mata Atlântica - Água Brasil. Shubhendu Sharma: How to grow a tiny forest anywhere. Indiano ensina como plantar 300 árvores no espaço ocupado por 6 carros. Regenerative analog agroforestry in Brazil. Agroecology in Latin America. Index of forestry articles. Seed Bombs. Dra. Ana Primavesi vai receber o principal prêmio internacional da agricultura orgânica, da Ifoam. Agroecologia ganha núcleo de pesquisa na Embrapa Amazônia Oriental.

Buenas noticias: están creciendo aceleradamente los cultivos ecológicos en el mundo. Conheça o “tempero” mais usado por brasileiros que pode matar a sua família. Amazing Bridges that Save Wildlife. Preparo do solo - Preparing the soil. Exoticas. Transformative Learning through Sustainable Living. Escola Schumacher Brasil. Escola Schumacher Brasil: educação holística. Ex-engenheiro da NASA planeja plantar 1 bilhão de árvores por ano usando drones.