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“Life depends on the soil. We walk on it every day, but people forget it. ”Drew Hemment leads the Grow Observatory project, a platform that connects local farmers to improve land use and raise people's awareness of the conditions of a soil that is under a pressure that continues to increase.

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More than 80 percent of the world’s coffee is produced by smallholders. Despite their integral role, these farmers face significant challenges that threaten their livelihoods and the long-term viability of the global coffee supply chain.

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Agriculture 4.0 is comprised of different already operational or developing technologies such as robotics, nanotechnology, synthetic protein, cellular agriculture, gene editing technology, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and machine learning, which may have pervasive effects on future agriculture and food systems and major transformative po

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Since its origins, thousands of years ago, agriculture has been challenged by the presence of evolving plant pathogens. Temporal rotations of host and non-host crops have helped farmers to control epidemics among other utilities, but further efforts for strategy assessment are needed.

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The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN)  is committed to adding voices and forces to implement collaborative solutions that accelerate the transformation that agriculture needs to be a driver of positive change in the world.

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In agricultural settings, plant diversity is often associated with low biomass yield and forage quality, while biodiversity experiments typically find the opposite. We address this controversy by assessing, over 1 year, plant diversity effects on biomass yield, forage quality (i.e.