Edwardian farmers made silage by starving the freshly cut grass of oxygen which kept it persevered for a much longer time than what was traditionally possible. This technique is still used today to ensure cut grass remains as nutrient dense as possible by wrapping freshly cut grass in bails of polythene and then leaving it in the field which appears from a distance like large marshmallows strewn about. The technique was first developed in 1888. The ancient process of burning down vegetation to c...
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