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Regenerative Agriculture – Maximising Crop Diversity

Above ground plant diversity can lead to a more resilient soil by promoting a diverse soil food web with a range of organisms. On farm, this can be achieved a number of ways including intercropping, the use of cover crops or in Hugh Black’s case by optimising the species in his crop rotation. Watch now to find out how one grower has altered his rotation to improve his soil!

If you want to find out more about Regenerative Agriculture, visit this page on the Farming for a Better Climate website


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