Posts Tagged: microbes

Why All the Pushback on Regenerative Agriculture?

As I’ve delved deeper into soil science and wholistic, regenerative agriculture, I’ve been surprised by the amount of resistance to the practice, and skepticism of the results put up by those in the environmental community, and the land grant university systems doing much of the formal ag research. This week, I’ve come across two examples… Read more »

Books

From Soil to Stomach, and the contents therein… While working at the farm, I’ve listened to a handful of books that link up well together and wanted to share here. Hands down, the best book on growing under cover I’ve read, “The winter harvest” comes from the man who pioneered, small, intensive agriculture in America… Read more »