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Organic Friends' E‑zine: April 2015

Photo of the Month, by Chantal Hamel
A spore of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Funneliformis mosseae, which Organic Science Cluster researcher Dr. Chantal Hamel has found to be particularly abundant in cultivated soils. For more information about Dr. Hamel's work, please read our new Q&A article, The People Behind the Research: An Interview with Dr. Chantal Hamel.

In this issue:

Organic Science Cluster II

This month we begin a series of Question & Answer style articles with the lead researchers of Organic Science Cluster II. These articles capture conversations with the researchers about themselves, their research, and the potential impacts of their work.

The People Behind the Research:

 

Practical Resources

Soils and Fertility

Crop Rotation

Pest Management

Marketing and Economics

Transition to Organic

Scientific Results

Soils and Fertility

Ecology and Environment

Marketing and Economics

Student, Job and Apprentice Opportunities

Events

 

 

Organic Friends' E-Zine April 2014, Volume 11, Issue 6
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