Welcome to the Soil Sense Podcast, where we believe that building healthier soils is not just a prescription, but rather a pursuit. This journey requires collaboration, curiosity, and communication among farmers, agricultural researchers, agronomists, consultants, and extension. You’re going to hear their stories and discover how and why they’re working together to make sense out of what’s happening in the soil.
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In this episode we wrap up season seven of the soil sense podcast with a well known and well respected farmer and long-time soil conservationist, Barry Fisher. Barry recently retired from his career at the USDA, where he most recently worked in the s... more
Throughout this series, we have featured a lot of large scale commercial farming operations, but soil health is just as important to farms that operate on smaller acreages as well. Mike Lewis is a farmer, military veteran, and the senior manager for ... more
Eisenhower famously said “Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from the corn field.” That resonates with a lot of farmers who know the theory of farming doesn’t always directly translate to the practice. Fa... more
Listening from the Hunter Valley, Australia, as a rural compost coach and soil awareness educator, I get so much from this podcast. But it was the episode 22 June 2023 interviewing Brett Peterson that pushed me to finally rate and review the podcast. No till and cover cropping of potatoes crops - exciting ground breaking work. Great content. Brett’s final advice to “not be afraid” really helped too, and he has inspired me to quit procrastinating and go for it. If he can no till cover cover crop ... more
I’ve very much enjoyed these Soil Sense podcasts. I’m in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, but the concept on soil improvement is universal. Great work Tim & Dr. Abbey.
Soils podcast with practical information and application that translates to the field because the podcast is from the point of view of those in the field- farmers, consultants and Extension.
Great info from farmers,consultants, plant and soil scientists.
Just found this podcast after listening to “The Future of Agriculture” podcast (also a must listen). The stories are fun, insightful, and thought provoking. You’ll leave w questions if nothing else!
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