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Sustainable fertilizers made in Italy
Agriculture

Sustainable fertilizers made in Italy

This is not a simple research but a big announcement: the agreements for the large-scale distribution of sustainable fertilizers have been completed. The low environmental impact fertilizers will be distributed in the United States and the agreement with Credentia Advisors LLC (North Carolina, USA) was signed by an Italian company, SACOM SpA, from Larino.

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Agriculture

How to set up an urban garden

The urban garden can be a collective resource with great social value. We have already seen how to set up an urban garden, today we return to talk about urban gardens to see, in more concrete terms, how a community of people can move to start an activity of this kind. Communities, groups of people, local associations… the aggregations that might wish to create an urban garden are endless.
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Agriculture

How to protect vegetables from the cold

In the family garden, even in the coldest months it is possible to grow vegetables to bring to the table. It is not necessary to select a new frost-resistant variety, rather it will be enough to learn how to protect the vegetables from the cold using means that will ensure you an abundant harvest when the climatic conditions are not favorable.
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Agriculture

How to fertilize the vegetable garden

Fertilizing the garden is an operation that must be done cyclically to make your land more productive. In fact, to ensure a rich and luxuriant harvest it is necessary to give the soil the right fertilizer then feed it preferably using natural fertilizer that does not pollute your vegetable garden There are obviously many types of fertilizers but if you do not want to fill your garden with chemicals, you prefer natural fertilizers, that give the earth the nutrients it needs to grow your vegetables and fruit healthy and genuine.
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Agriculture

The role of microorganisms in agriculture

In organic farming, microbes are widespread for the protection of crops. By using live insecticides, farmers are able to counteract pest infestations. Microorganisms such as fungi, viruses and bacteria are excellent allies in agriculture. There are several bacterial strains used for their specificity in crop protection.
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Agriculture

Bees and neonicotinoids

Neonicotinoids used in agriculture as insecticides are considered to be the main cause of the decline in the bee population in Europe. The main one but not the only one, because in truth the problem is complex and according to some scholars there are also other causes such as climatic variations, the reduction of bee habitats, accidents during treatment with pesticides and the incompetence of hobbyist beekeepers.
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