Pasture cropping – high yields low impact


The integration of perennial grasses with cereal crops is a simple and uncontroversial farming practice with significant positive environmental advantages. Rather than removing plant life and exposing the soil to the sun, thereby increasing evaporation and reducing its living matter, the planting of cereal crops straight into the perennial grass preserves the existing ecosystem and takes advantage of it to increase yields

This paper by Colin Seis , who developed the technique is a valuable document.


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