Knowledge Bank -- Books, videos, podcasts, etc

Would love to hear from people about good knowledge resources they’ve found useful and they refer to every now and then.

To kick off this thread…

https://www.theserengetirules.com/

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I like books which get to the point right away.

This one is the best book on no till vegetable farming I have read so far. Will recommend without any reservations:

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And to really understand the science behind soil - this one is great - you don’t need to be a farmer to read this - useful for home gardeners or people who are just curious. Best part of the book is the set of thumb-rules at the end - keep those in mind, and you increase your chances of success growing as a gardener or as a farmer, manifold.

https://www.amazon.in/Teaming-Microbes-Organic-Gardeners-Revised-ebook/dp/B008K8HACU/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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Communities will survive only if they can create some evolutionary advantage. If you guys haven’t heard of the book The Social Conquest of Earth, this evolutionary - biological YouTube video should help with the summary. Thanks

https://youtu.be/bsgXYflLQjU

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Why humans need a variety of people to solve problems of the coming complex world

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