Specialty Crops Soil Health Podcast Episodes – Cover Crops on Market Farms, Microbes and Soil Health – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Specialty Crops Soil Health Podcast Episodes – Cover Crops on Market Farms, Microbes and Soil Health

Episodes 10 and 12 about specialty crops are (or soon will be) available in the CCSI-HAT-Soil Health Podcast from Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI) in partnership with Purdue University and Hoosier Ag Today (HAT).

Cover Crops in Smaller Scale Specialty Crop Production features Dan Perkins from Perkins Good Earth Farm and Kevin Allison from Marion County SWCD in a conversation about using cover crops throughout the year on market farms and urban vegetable production.

In ‘Soil Amendments, Soil Microbiome, and Soil Health on Vegetable Farms’ Dan Perkins joins Dr. Lori Hoagland from Purdue Horticulture to discuss how microbes in the soil contribute to healthy crops and how management practices can influence them.

And check out Episode 11 that highlights David Brandt’s reflections on  50 years soil pursuing soil health. Brandt farms over 1000 acres in central Ohio, including some vegetable production.

Find the podcast at  https://www.ccsin.org/podcast or https://www.hoosieragtoday.com/category/hat-soil-health-podcast/, or subscribe to it on Stitcher, Spotify, iTunes, or Google Play.

Episodes will continue to be posted in the coming months. Let us know what soil health topics you’d like to hear about, and who you’d like to hear from.

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