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Planning to Plant


By BYCOOP admin - Posted on 10 February 2014

The creative juices will be flowing over the coming weeks as hundreds of young farmers begin planning to plant their school neighbourhood farms.

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Really good job. All have to go for it as it is very effective to our environment, food market as well as our health. Without plant we can't imagine a living world.Plantation of healthy plant is very difficult. For this we go for several steps and process. The weather, soil, location and plant food etc are play very important role to get healthy plant. By using quality and good fertilizers we increase the cultivation, with this we can increase the soil productivity.

Some founders of the sustainable agriculture and urban agriculture movement gathered in California recently to discuss how their legacy can be maintained by future generations. Sole Food Street Farms co-founder Michael Ableman was there to tell his tale. Here is the very interesting article from the New York Times.

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