There is very little that is “new” in agriculture. Most agricultural problems were encountered and solved centuries ago. These proven technologies have been largely forgotten or dismissed as “subsistence agriculture” or various other pejorative tags such as the dreaded “organic farming”. Modern agronomists are constantly “going back to the future” = rediscovering the knowledge of our Great-Great-Great-Great grandfathers. For example, “no-till agriculture” was widely practiced in the Middle Ages. Back then, no-till was done by hand. Today, farmers use high-tech machinery to do the same work.
It takes a whole lot of theories to fill a bushel.
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INTENSIVE RICE CULTURE PRIMER; HOT VERSUS COLD COMPOSTING; WEED SEED MEAL FERTILIZER; ORGANIC HERBICIDES; TRASH FARMING; WATER WARS; NO-TILL HUNGARIAN STOCK SQUASH; EARTHWORM PRIMER; PLANTING MAIZE WITH LIVING MULCHES; PELLETED SEED PRIMER; LIVING MULCHES FOR WEED CONTROL; 2012 ORGANIC CABBAGE TRIAL; 2012 TOMATO & SWEET POTATO POLYCULTURE TRIAL; UPSIDE DOWN POTATOES; CROPS AMONG THE WEEDS; FORAGE MAIZE FOR SOIL IMPROVEMENT; FORAGE RADISH PRIMER; THE EDGE EFFECT; COPPICING PRIMER; and ROTOTILLER PRIMER.
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