February 2023 Issue
Acres U.S.A., The Voice of Eco-Agriculture, February 2023 | Issue #620 Copyright 2023, 68 pages.
Managing What You Can Measure
BY GARY ZIMMER
Change on a farm requires a different perspective on management..
What If Farmers Worked Togther?
BY WILL WINTER
The rise and fall of the farmers' cooperative movement.
Field to Smartphone
BY NINA GALLE
How Wolf Creek Farm serves their customers sustainably and successfully.
Rhizophagy- From the Bacteria and Plant Perspective
BY JEFF LOWENFELS
An excerpt from Jeff Lowenfels' Teaming with Bacteria.
VIEW FROM THE COUNTRY
Monthly musings from Acres U.S.A.’s editor.
OPINION: Be Not Silent about Gene Silencing- An update on pro-GMO efforts to influence the food supply.
BY ARDEN ANDERSON
ECO-UPDATE News in brief on developments in agronomic science.
Water's Invisible Workforce- Improving water quality and quantity through biology. BY DENVER BLACK
A Switch to Non-Linear Thinking- The true economic picture is difficult to completely measure. BY RYAN SLABAUGH
The Plant-ness of the Plant- Dr. Erika Styger describes the System of Rice/Crop Intensification, which utilizes simple principles to provide plants an ideal growing environment.
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