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Recently Nick gave a talk at TEDx Canberra. He talked about stewarding nutrients, how we can solve the problem of peak phosphorous, and about how to grow the best cumquats ever. Yes, Nick was talking about why taking responsibility for our poo and our wee, our most basic waste streams, is so crucial to our future. For a long time, a mark of superiority in some cultures has been how far you can get your shit away from you. But now, we need it back.
Paul Taylor on Composting (Video) Compost , Fungi , Rehabilitation , Soil Biology — by Craig Mackintosh PRI Editor July 20, 2011 Soil and compost wizard, Paul Taylor, takes us through the process of building a compost pile. Comments (3) A really good explanation of how composting works…I would recommend watching it! Comment by Megan Cooke — July 21, 2011 @ 9:20 am Easily one of my favourite people on Earth… Comment by Rhamis — July 22, 2011 @ 3:47 am If you have made this compost and are wondering what to do next please watch bio-vital composting part 2- turning the compost – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6H0BTnP5Qc If have questions please contact us at http://www.trustnature.com.au Thanks Kane Abbott Comment by Kane Abbott — August 9, 2011 @ 9:27 am
Soils and landscape data Soil and land information is vital for land use planning and infrastructure development. Maps of soils landscapes are powerful tools to guide sustainable planning and natural resource management.
Soil Quality Fact Sheets The fact sheets listed in this section aims to give a general background of a range of topics relating to healthy soils. Some provide information on a specific soil quality indicator (e.g. microbial biomass), while others give instructions on how to measure and interpret some soil analysis results (e.g. bulk density).
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