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Jojoba Planting - Dr. Waleed Abobatta

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Jojoba Planting - Dr. Waleed Abobatta

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Biodynamic Agriculture in Alexandria

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'Soils a solid ground for life'

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The World Soil Day
Introduction: The World Soil Day Soil is vital for farming and food security. Soil deserved some respect, unfortunately often, most people  treated with soil  like dirt. What's the Soil?     Soil is made up of organic remains, clay and rock particles, found on the Earth’s surface. It contributes to food, reduces biodiversity loss, and secures energy.             Problems like deforestation, bad agricultural practices and pollution causes soil degradation and erosion.             The UN saw a need to raise awareness about the dangers of soil loss, so it made World Soil Day and official day. It was first celebrated on December 5, 2012, which corresponded with the birthday of Thai king Bhumibol Adulyadej, who officially sanctioned the event. Soils have been neglected for too long. We fail to connect soil with our food, water, climate, biodiversity and life. We must invert this tendency and take up some preserving and restoring actions.
Aim of the World Soil Day:           …

'Soils a solid ground for life'

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Quinoa: An ancient crop to contribute to world food security

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World Soil Day

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