Francesco da Schio and his son Berardo da Schio look at a production of crops on a living soil, that reduces the superficial erosion of arable crops and increases water capacity in the field: the absence of mechanical machining and the agroforestry promotes and protects edaphic biodiversity which is the only source of humus and construction of a stable soil structure. Only this practice, called "no-till farming", reduce the energy consumption!
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