Living agriculture” brings together a set of agricultural techniques known as “agroforestry”, direct sowing under cover, conservation or regenerative agriculture, permaculture or market gardening on living soil. These agricultural practices are based on the principle of “feeding the soil to feed mankind”. By copying the fundamental principles of nature, living agriculture uses plant engineering to restore the cycle of fertility. It produces better yields while improving the nutritional quality of the products. Under the patronage of Marcel Bouché, an internationally acclaimed agronomist and earthworm specialist, researchers and farmers from around the world will present the results of their work.
- 2.30 pm From Soil Health to Human Health
- 4.00 pm Agronomy & Creation of Agricultural Sectors
- 5.00 pm Questions & Answers
Sunday 24 February, 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm Hall 4 - mezzanine
Most of the speeches will be delivered in English, simultaneous translation headphones will be available (both ways French<->English).