Soil Management on Farms

Duration: 4 hours

Conservation farming is any system or practice which aims to conserve soil and water by using surface cover (mulch) to minimise runoff and erosion and improve the conditions for plant establishment and growth.It involves planting crops and pastures directly into land which is protected by mulch using minimum or no-tillage techniques. In this course, you will learn about conservation farming and other types of remediation and soil protection methods used in agriculture, including alley farming, controlled traffic farming, earthworms, pest management, and more.


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