Get all ‘The Dirt’ with Gulf States News

 

The NCAT Gulf States Regional Office has been busy, busy, busy this spring — performing outreach to individuals and groups in the region, working on teaching basics of sustainable agriculture, and reaching out to new audiences.

And now, it has published its June issue of ‘The Dirt’ detailing its activities.

Joel Love, an environment specialist with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, displays a daikon radish used in cover cropping as a method to break up subsoil in the field and increase fertility. He was sharing soil health practices at a cover crops field day in Monticello, Fla., April 1, 2014. (Photo by Jim Ewing, NCAT)
Joel Love, an environment specialist with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, displays a daikon radish used in cover cropping as a method to break up subsoil in the field and increase fertility. He was sharing soil health practices at a cover crops field day in Monticello, Fla., April 1, 2014. (Photo by Jim Ewing, NCAT)

Get “The Dirt” on cover crops, the ABCs of organics, women in agriculture, and other topics involving sustainable agriculture in the region — Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi!

See: www.ncat.org/thedirt/ms/the_dirt_06_2014.php

 

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