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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.
 
Exploring the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or on your farm. Each week features scientists and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things! In Search of Soil is hosted and produced by Diego Footer.
 
Each episode, long-time worldbuilding duo Lauren Harris and Adryn Erickson pair with Farm to Taber's plant medicine PhD, Dr. Sarah Taber to interview experts on topics like Ancient Trade Routes or 3D Printing in Space, then use what they learned to brainstorm a sci-fi or fantasy world listeners can use and make their own.
 
Life in the Soil brings you the insights and voices of some of the world’s best soil scientists. Learn about soil biodiversity, why it matters, and how we can protect it. This podcast project is a collaboration between the Rillig Lab and podcaster Anja Krieger, funded through the BiodivERsA project Digging Deeper. Matthias Rillig’s lab at Freie Universität Berlin is part of the Institute of Biology and the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute of Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB). Our research fo ...
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
As an addition to simply posting slides while we are working remotely, I am also recording short podcast episodes that cover major points from the soils course. The idea here is that you could review the associated slides and then listen to the podcast. My hope is that by providing something audio-based it can be more mobile, allowing you to get outside, avoiding tethering you to a computer all day.
 
In this series, Jim Sollecito of Sollecito Landscaping Nursery in central New York provides a series of helpful talks to help navigate the seasonal shifts that impact plants, shrubs, trees, flower beds, and garden plots. Jim focuses on the use of natural products and cultivation methods specifically adapted to this region's climate, soil composition, geology, and native ecology. Sollecito Landscaping Nursery is the first Be Green garden center licensed by the New York State Department of Env ...
 
Fertile soil brings you conversations that empower you to develop your identity in Christ, build your community, and pursue your calling in life. Jesus told his followers a parable of seeds falling on rocky ground, being choked by weeds, and withering in the sun. However, some of the seeds fell on fertile ground and those seeds multiplied and produced a great harvest. We hope this podcast helps you develop fertile soil so that God's word can take root and truly transform your life!
 
The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009, the farm's primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. The Menoken Farm has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts and is visited by groups from around the world.
 
The Soul Soil Podcast is a place where ideas, experience, and resources come together around the topics of agriculture and spirituality with the goal of inspiring and empowering listeners to interact and cooperate with the land in a way that nourishes and sustains the human body, mind, and soul while regenerating and sustaining the land itself.
 
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May the words of these men who are risking it all on God and his Kingdom strengthen you and fuel you for what’s ahead. The post 084: Becoming a King Campfire, Part 2 appeared first on Become Good Soil.โดย Morgan Snyder
 
In the fourteen years that Dr. Sam Markell has been in his current position as extension plant pathologist at North Dakota State University, he has not only seen an expansion in soybean acreage, but also in soybean diseases and nematodes. Well, one nematode in particular. You’re going to hear Sam mention several diseases throughout the course of to…
 
Over the past year I’ve had the honor to share campfires with allies to connect and hear stories of the men bravely working through Becoming a King. The post 083: Becoming a King Campfire, Part 1 appeared first on Become Good Soil.โดย Morgan Snyder
 
On the show today is Kyle Okke, regional agronomist at Winfield United. Most listeners are familiar with Winfield United, the large ag retail network that is part of Land O Lakes, a member-owned cooperative. Kyle is responsible for being a technical resource on anything related to crop protection, which includes employee training, customer educatio…
 
Slow down and receive with me the treasure of an intimate conversation with a man to whom God has entrusted much of his Kingdom. The post 082: Unbridled Optimism, with Peb Jackson appeared first on Become Good Soil.โดย Morgan Snyder
 
This podcast has always been about collaboration and building healthier soils while promoting productivity and profitability at the farm level. It's definitely a team effort. Today's episode shines a spotlight on the work being done by Pheasants Forever and why they too are passionate about building healthier soils. Their primary goal is to “conser…
 
As with any biological system, there can be good microbes, and there can also be harmful microbes. Crop and soil health is certainly no exception. In this episode we will discuss some of the soilborne pathogens that are impacting crops, with a special focus on pulse crops (peas, lentils, and chickpeas). Dr. Audrey Kalil, a plant pathologist at the …
 
The Story Soil trio and guest host, herbalist Isaac Vars, brainstorm a science fiction world involving herby space monks. So, basically, Isaac. Listen in for the process of going from information to inspiration to full-on idea as we build the bones of a sci-fi system and religious group you can take and make your own.…
 
An important part of building healthier soils is focusing on the biology living in those soils. This of course includes the microbes in the soil, but also the plants, animals, and insects that they interact with. In this episode specifically, we'll talk about how to bring an integrated approach to insect pest management and even some insects that a…
 
The Cinematic Flushers take on Glenn Frey! When cosmic rays create a bunch of super villains, it's up to a scientist (Octavia Spencer) and her obnoxious childhood friend (Melissa McCarthy) to develop superpowers of their own in order to save their city. We love feedback! Tweet us with your comments and suggestions for future flushes.…
 
We have a really fascinating episode for you today about incorporating perennials into crop rotations. In the past, we have discussed the many soil health benefits of keeping living roots in the soil year round, diversifying rotations, and minimizing soil disturbance. Perennials are great options for all of the above. Joining us is Dr. Clair Keene,…
 
Blake and Brian Young have spent a lifetime working in the family greenhouse. Master designers of large flower pots, they have distilled the art down to a solid philosophy: the thriller, the filler, and the spiller. Something tall and flashy in the middle, something to take over the empty space, and something to trail down the sides. It's a combina…
 
Ever want to know what a trained herbalist would keep in his saddle bag, or how he might poison an evil witch king? In this episode, Lauren, Adryn, and Sarah interview their first guest--herbalist and spiritual cunning man, Isaac Vars of Deep Earth Arts and the Three of Cups Podcast.โดย Story Soil Podcast, Isaac Vars
 
In an effort to build healthier soils, many row crop farmers are caught between wanting the benefits of livestock on their land but also not wanting to enter the livestock business. The decisions are further complicated by whether to pursue grazing livestock, manure or compost. There are many benefits of livestock to be found without the commitment…
 
Soil is full of amazing life with its own intrinsic value. Just like many other species, we humans benefit from it: Healthy soil not only provides food, feed, fiber and fuel, it also contributes to the stability of the whole Earth system. But living soils are at risk all around the world. So, in this episode, podcaster Anja Krieger and soil ecologi…
 
The concept of wide-row corn can seem counterintuitive at first. Why would you make it harder to achieve optimal yields of your primary crop in order to get more production out of your cover crops? Well, collecting the data on these tradeoffs is exactly what today’s guests have been doing - and they have some very interesting results to share. In f…
 
Often at first pass we see things not as they truly are, but only as we are. However, if we are willing, our distorted vision need not be the final verdict. The post 079: A New Dawn Is Rising appeared first on Become Good Soil.โดย Morgan Snyder
 
Lauren and Adryn brainstorm a fantasy world with a wild warp magic that can only be stopped by a tree with special properties, reaffirm their love of Fire Babas, and learn a few clutch environmental details from a boozy Sarah.โดย Lauren Harris
 
In many cropping systems, the soil is becoming more and more acidic over time. This is happening to some soils quicker than others. A soil with a pH of 5, as an example, is 100 times more acidic than a neutral pH of 7. As these soils become more acidic, they can start to have problems with nutrient availability, nutrient cycling, and ultimately hav…
 
Crop scientist Dr. Sarah Taber explains how ancient Amazonians terraformed their cities and utilized agroforestry, and what this form of land management looks like for authors who want to make unique farming systems for their worlds that aren't based on the familiar Eurocentric paradigm.โดย Lauren Harris
 
Worldbuilding with Experts for Authors of Scifi and Fantasy Adryn and Lauren create a science fiction world inspired by the discussion on how plants grow in microgravity, while Sarah goes deeper into topics like bubbles as pollinators and why ethylene causes plants to act out Shakespearean death scenes.…
 
Crop scientist Dr. Sarah Taber answers questions about whether plants can grow in space, while fantasy author Lauren Harris and story builder Adryn Erickson interrogate her for all the details an SFF author could use for worldbuilding. Gamma-ray eating Hulk fungus is involved.โดย Lauren Harris, Adryn Erickson, Sarah Taber
 
The idea of intercropping - or growing two crops at once, has theoretical appeal of creating synergies for pest and disease management, fertility, and overall productivity. But is this really possible in practice? In today’s episode we talk to three applied researchers about what the data shows when it comes to intercropping and relay cropping. We …
 
The list of how humans are causing trouble in the soil is pretty mind-blowing, kind of overwhelming. It’s connected to all that is central to our modern human societies - industrial agriculture, synthetic chemistry, city sprawl, global mobility and so on and on. In this episode, Matthias Rillig, Anja Krieger and their guests Maddy Thakur and Asmere…
 
Ei olisi suomen kielen huolto ja opetus Ruotsissa näin hyvissä kantimissa ilman Paula Ehrnebon sinnikästä, vuosikymmeniä kestänyttä työpanosta. Kuuntele Paulan elämäntarina sota-ajan Suomesta tähän päivään! "Suomessa julkaistuissa sanakirjoissa ei tietenkään ollut Ruotsin yhteiskuntaa kuvaavia sanoja. Ne piti luoda täällä." Ruotsinsuomalaisen kiele…
 
Amy Dempster helps others understand the healing power of the earth. What began as openly sharing her spiritual journey on her popular blog Following Hawks, has become a resource for others wanting to learn how to communicate with nature and share their own unique healing gifts with the earth. Together with the Spirits of the Land in the mountains …
 
Fifth generation growers and greenhouse operators, Blake and Brian Young take the sibling antics into full gear in their second episode, where they discuss the ins and outs of seed germination, baby plants, and early-starter cold weather veggies. In a new plant spotlight segment, they discuss the piggyback plant, which has the interesting habit of …
 
Over 90% of producers in North Dakota are experiencing some sort of reduced productivity as a result of salinity. This problem is not unique to North Dakota - it’s happening in many of our most productive agricultural regions. The second problem that we’re going to discuss today, is a separate problem, but in many cases, even more difficult to mana…
 
Masculine initiation has as much to do with unlearning as it does with learning. As much to do with powerlessness as it does with power. The post 077: Initiation, with Nick Carlile appeared first on Become Good Soil.โดย Morgan Snyder
 
For many farmers on this journey to improve their soil health, incorporating livestock is something they hope to do in the future. This can and will introduce a whole new layer of complexity into the system. How many cattle are appropriate? What will they need in terms of fencing, water, etc.? What will the benefits be to the land? What should be c…
 
If you dig out a handful of soil, or a whole bucket full, what do you see? Really, not that much? Well, yes, that’s one reason the study of soil is such a challenge. It’s a lot of stuff mushed together, crumbs, roots, dead stuff, critters. Soil is a very complex, intensely 3D-structured environment. How do you map that landscape? In order to look a…
 
David O’Carroll has been educating growers in the United Kingdom in Korean Natural Farming methods for the last 6 years at Ballagh Micro Farm, based in Devon, where beneficial microbes are being used to create healthy soil through powerful natural fertilizers. Having used Korean Natural Farming for a number of years on a smaller scale, such as esta…
 
David O’Carroll has been educating growers in the United Kingdom in Korean Natural Farming methods for the last 6 years at Ballagh Micro Farm, based in Devon, where beneficial microbes are being used to create healthy soil through powerful natural fertilizers. Having used Korean Natural Farming for a number of years on a smaller scale, such as esta…
 
Calling all worldbuilders! My name is Lauren Harris, a fantasy author and cohost of the Story Soil Podcast. If you’re a willing victim of the Wikipedia rabbit hole like me, chances are you love the story inspo of history, science, and anything obscure or shiny. Well, on story soil, my 20-year co-author, a rogue scientist, and I interview experts on…
 
60” corn has been a hot topic in many soil health circles. This wider row spacing can allow for greater light penetration and improve the environment for interseeded cover crop growth. We hosted both a farmer panel and a researcher panel on 60” corn at the DIRT Workshop this past December. In this episode, farmers discuss their system, what yield d…
 
We were able to capture some of the best information out there about soil health at the DIRT Workshop last December thanks to some fantastic speakers and some tremendous audience engagement.Today’s episode focuses on cover crops. You’ll hear from: Dr. Hans Kandel, a South Dakota State University Professor and Extension Agronomist Dr. Matt Ruark, a …
 
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