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Sustainable Farming Philosophy of Soufflet Agro

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7. 1. 2019

Looking back at SOILTEQ TOUR 2018

SOUFFLET AGRO international organised last November from the 12th until 16th its international SOILTEQ TOUR in France. The aim was to bring farmers from each countries members from our SOILTEQ CLUB and the local SOUFFLET AGRO referents agronomists.

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26. 7. 2017

Read more about SOILTEQ philosophy in Blog

We are gathering all the interesting articles from experts on sustainable agriculture all over the world in one place. In section called "BLOG" you may read studies, results from trial fields and other articles that might help you on your way to sustainable agriculture.

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Looking back at SOILTEQ TOUR 2018

7. 1. 2019

SOUFFLET AGRO international organised last November from the 12th until 16th its international SOILTEQ TOUR in France. The aim was to bring farmers from each countries members from our SOILTEQ CLUB...

Crop rotation

22. 6. 2017

Important to know

The availability of nitrogen and root weed control need to be managed primarily by crop rotation and soil preparation.

In farms having little or no manure, it is particularly im...

Soil as a final carbon trap

12. 6. 2017

Thanks to better farming practices land epidermis can absorb excesses of our carbon dioxide emissions. A study describes related conditions.

Weed & pestes control

10. 6. 2017

Cover crops may be a biological 'bug' killer

While scouting corn fields in southeastern Indiana during the last three years, I've noticed fewer disease lesions of northern corn leaf blight and gra...

Humus - soil - plants: Earthworms

13. 2. 2018

Earthworms are the most important animal component of the agricultural land. Nearly 50 species of earthworms are known in the Czech Republic, of which only one third can be found in agrosystems.

Soil as a final carbon trap

12. 6. 2017

Thanks to better farming practices land epidermis can absorb excesses of our carbon dioxide emissions. A study describes related conditions.

Weed & pestes control

10. 6. 2017

Cover crops may be a biological 'bug' killer

While scouting corn fields in southeastern Indiana during the last three years, I've noticed fewer disease lesions of northern corn leaf blight and gra...

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