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Regenerative farming
Regenerative Farming

Introduction to regenerative farming 

 

The term regenerative farming refers to a wide range of practices that optimize the soil, water and air quality of farms, ranches and other land stewardships. Regenerative agriculture can be practiced in any climate or region of the world. It relies on natural processes to build soil health, increase biodiversity and improve resilience to climate extremes.

types of pesticides
Types of pesticides

Types of pesticides

 

Pesticides are chemicals that are used to kill pests. There are three main types of pesticides: insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Insecticides are used to kill insects, while herbicides are used to kill plants. Fungicides are used to kill fungi. Pesticides can be either natural or synthetic. Natural pesticides include things like garlic and pyrethrum, while synthetic pesticides include things like DDT and Roundup.

biological control of pests
Biological control of pests

Biological control of pests

Biological control of pests can be an effective way to manage pests because it is specific to the target pest, and it does not harm non-target species. In addition, biological control agents are often more sustainable than chemical pesticides, and they can continue to control pests for long periods of time.