Rob Lowe Hosts a Forthcoming "On Demand" Profile on Sustainable Agriculture

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Updates and innovations in the agricultural space will be discussed on the educational program.

Sustainable agriculture has been a oft-discussed topic recently, and generally revolves around meeting the need for food for this generation without making it impossible for future generations to also produce food and live in a sustainable environment. It is not only ethical, but many experts claim it is necessary. Sustainable agriculture involves promoting the health of soil, minimizing pollution and conserving water. It is understanding the agricultural ecosystem and learning what it needs, without creating an excess of waste. In this series, Rob Lowe opens a segment that talks about the need for sustainable agriculture and some of the practices that promote it.

The episode will talk about the various measures farmers and experts can put in place to conserve the soil and its nutrients. Waste from crops and livestock can be recycled and used in other applications. Crop rotation is another way to re-introduce lost nutrients to the soil.

For sustainable livestock farming, oftentimes the livestock are allowed to freely roam the land feeding on pasture. This contributes to the general well-being of the animals and better products from them. Researchers believe that products of such animals (eggs, meat and milk) are healthier and a lot better for human consumption. The prrogram also explains why this system is better for the environment.

The program will also introduce content on the concept of multi-cropping and all its advantages, soil erosion and how to prevent it. It will also feature the different ways individuals can fertilize the soil naturally.

The series is expected to interest all sorts of people due to its informative, educative and very interesting nature.

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