LUSKVILLE Nov. 7, 2017
Pontiac farmers were invited to an information session last week on how they could reduce pollutants in their soil while potentially increasing crop yield.
Hosted at Stépido Farm in Luskville, around ten local farmers attended the meeting on intercropping trials in cereals fields, learning about Pontiac farms that have put the methods to test.
The study conducted was of intercropping clover within cereals and the benefits to both the soil and crops.
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