Soil Health in Ontario

New! OMAFRA has just released ‘New Horizons: Ontario’s Draft Agricultural Soil Health and Conservation Strategy’ for public input. Soil is a vital natural resource and the foundation of agricultural production. The many benefits of a healthy soil are important – underpinning the long-term sustainability of the farm operation, our agri-food sector and our environment. See the “Best Management Practise” reports related to soils.
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