Natural Systems Agriculture: Bringing Wild Ecosystem Processes to the Farm





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Published on Nov 28, 2011

Wes Jackson is the founder and current president of The Land Institute, a research, education and policy nonprofit dedicated to sustainable agriculture based in Salina, Kansas. Jackson and his colleagues are working to develop an intensive, energy-efficient agricultural system that reduces inputs -- water, fertilizers and pesticides -- and enhances soil fertility and biodiversity.

Jackson explains how, for the first time in 10,000 years of grain production, the processes of wild ecosystems could be brought to the farm using perennial crops.

Outreach in Biotechnology's Food for Thought Lecture Series brings together internationally recognized experts to talk about the best ways to use biotechnology for food and fuel. For more information, go to http://OregonState.edu/OrB

Recorded 06 Oct 2011


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