Soil, Weeds and Organic Methods

Lots of great documents on sustainable ag, soil conditions, weeds as indicators of soil conditions, and other detailed organic methodology from
Ecological Agriculture Projects, McGill University (Macdonald Campus)
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9 Canada

AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS AND THE SOIL

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

AN INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

COMPARISON OF FOOD QUALITY OF ORGANICALLY GROWN VERSUS CONVENTIONALLY GROWN PLANT FOODS

THE BASICS OF GREEN MANURING

COMPOSTING: WHY COMPOST? HOW TO COMPOST?

COMPOSTING FOR FARM AND GARDEN. Part 1: The Whys and Wherefores; Part 2: How to do it

CULTURAL METHODS OF PEST, PRIMARILY INSECT, CONTROL

COMMON GARDEN PESTS: NATURAL CONTROLS

ECOLOGICAL GARDEN SUPPLIES: PESTICIDES, FERTILIZERS

MULCHING: WHY MULCH? WHAT TO USE?

WEEDS AS INDICATORS OF SOIL CONDITIONS

FARM-SCALE AGRONOMIC AND ECONOMIC CONVERSION FROM CONVENTIONAL TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

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2 comments so far

  1. Vera Pappas on

    Some of those articles have really great info in them. Thanks for compiling them into one spot.

  2. Diane on

    I can’t take credit for compiling them. I have to give credit to TradingPost Paul for posting the compilation on his “Living on the Land” discussion group. See the link in my “Resources and How-To’s”.

    It’s a fabulous list with focused discussion and TONS of great links similar to that, relevant articles, etc. and lots of people who are walking the sustainable farming walk.

    Sorry I haven’t had time to post more.

    I appreciate your visits and comments!


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