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Reducing risks from E. coli 0157 on the organic farm
(Canadian Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan., 2001)
E.coli 0157 is a bacterial pathogen of the human intestinal tract which is carried in certain species of livestock and wildlife without ill effect. Such organisms are termed zoonotics. Various types of Campylobacter and ...
The Oaks Experiments on Organic Management of Turf: Final Industry Report
(Edmonds Landscape and Construction Services Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada., 1996-10-30)
The Oaks experiments were designed to address practical questions about organic management of turfs (lawns, sports fields etc.), notably: (i) How do we use organic fertilizers and soil-building amendments on turf for maximum ...
Evaluation of low external input, sustainable farming practices for livestock farms in Cumberland County
(REAP-Cumberland, Shinimicas, Nova Scotia, 1993-06-01)
Existing livestock systems in Cumberland Co. rely mainly on grass, clover and spring cereals for home grown forage and grain. There are well known limitations to these systems on the fragipan or basil till soils which ...
Greenfacts Special Research Edition: The Oaks Experiments on Organic Management of Turf
(Edmonds Landscape and Construction Services Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1998-01)
This Greenfacts is a summary of a 380 page research report titled The Oaks Experiments on Organic Management of Turfs. The research report documents in detail the results of a four year project for developing an organic ...
On-farm measurements of pH, electrical conductivity and nitrate in soil extracts for monitoring coupling and decoupling of nutrient cycles
(Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 1993)