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Butterflies on our farm

The red admiral particularly likes stinging nettles. These are an important plant to have as a habitat for this butterfly. we have other smaller moths and butterflies too. See this identification page: https://www.pexels.com/search/butterfly/    

Pathogen Control

From the research laboratories at WRc UK there is the following information: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/sludge/pdf/sludge_eval.pdf list all 6 harmful groups of viruses, helminths, bacteria, protozoa, yeasts and fungi… Parameters affecting the kill or inactivation of pathogens Thermophilic temperatures are lethal to pathogens…
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Scientists dig deep – we don’t

http://ec.europa.eu/research/infocentre/article_en.cfm?id=/research/star/index_en.cfm?p=sf-20170508-esdac&calledby=infocentre&item=Infocentre&artid=44117   Infocentre Published: 8 May 2017 Related theme(s) and subtheme(s) Agriculture & food :  Agriculture Environment :  Earth Observation  |  Land management Success stories :  Agriculture & food Video reports Add to PDF “basket” Digging deep to help Europe’s soil…
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