Updated: Apr 9
Did you know that today, February 10th, is the first ever World Pulses Day?
"World Pulses Day is a designated United Nations global event to recognize the importance of pulses (chickpeas, dry beans, lentils, dry peas and lupins among others) as a global food.
Pulse crops have a lower carbon footprint than most foods because they require a small amount of fertilizer to grow. They also have a low water footprint as they are adapted to semi-arid conditions and can tolerate drought stress. But it’s not just the sustainability factor: Pulses are inexpensive, easy to store, highly-nutritious, and their ability to enhance the soil microbiome has been key in improving farming techniques in low-income rural areas.
In short, the world’s growing population could be fed more sustainably with pulses."
This, from https://worldpulsesday.org/
For us at AdvancedAg, we have had many farmers all across Canada apply ACF-SR to their pulse crops with consistent success.