Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 3, "The Proper Biology."
The purpose of this publication is to show how conservation agriculture can increase crop production while reducing erosion and reversing soil fertility decline, improving rural livelihoods and restoring the environment in developing countries.
The World Agroforestry Centre organizes resources on agroforestry. Here, you can find introductory documents on agroforestry for Peace Corps Trainees and Volunteers.
Pioneering 'Soil Food Web' scientist, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD., explains the interconnected relationships of microbes in healthy soil.
Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 2, "The Soil Food Web."
Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 4, "What is Soil?"
In Part 5 of this series, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD. describes differences in soil productivity by explaining the foundations for growth and how they are established, maintained and restored in various soil types and ecosystems.
Cornell's Waste Management Institute provides numerous links on composting. Categories include health and safety; large scale composting; mortality composting; science and engineering; small scale composting; and use and quality of compost.
Recording of seminars held during The Pacific Region Colloquium, originally called the Western Region Colloquium, which was founded in February 1996 as a monthly speaker series intended to bridge the gaps between the Bureau's science disciplines.
The Food and Agriculture Organization's Corporate Document Repository teaches us about what soil erosion is, the impact of soil erosion, soil degradation causes, and how to fight erosion.