No-Till Farmer editors encounter a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at the grower's world from the lofty digital realm. Here is our favorite content from the past week from across the web:


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SOURCE by Sound Agriculture wakes up the soil microbiome so you can access more nitrogen and phosphorus from your field. This bioinspired chemistry fixes atmospheric nitrogen and unlocks phosphorus that is tied up in the soil. It’s like caffeine for microbes, working with the soil you’ve already got to make your season more productive. Learn more at www.sound.ag.


Keep Discussing Farm Bills and Insurance. It's Better Than Having A War

Kees Huizinga spoke with the Texas Farm Bureau about no-till farming in the Ukraine amid shortages of fuel, money, and labor in the Ukraine. His farm in Western Ukraine isn't directly in the line of fire, like farms in the east, and planting was able to go on uninterrupted. However, Huizinga is looking ahead with trepidation for the labor-intensive farming season.

Kees Huizinga Zoom call

 


Coffee-Shop Talk Farmers’ View of Sustainability

Pivot Bio has released a new video podcast series, The Farmers' Table. With more than 200 definitions of what sustainable agriculture means, the 10-minute premier video covers farmers’ perspective on growing whatever they’ll get properly paid for, organic’s limitations and increasing concerns over “the suburban mom and her social media account.” And how sustainable means “it has to be economically sustainable for the farmer too.”

 


1,000-Foot Proposed No-Spray Buffer Rule: What It’d Mean in Practice

We’ve already given Richard Brain and Dan Perkins a hard time about their football-throwing skills (Richard’s excuse is that he's Canadian, and only played hockey as a youth). This video examines an important issue that could negatively impact farmers, farm equipment dealers and sprayer manufacturers. This YouTube Video examines how impractical a 1,000-foot no spray buffer for endangered species would be with farmer interviews on how it’ll unwind decades of advances in conservation.

 


No-Tiller, Nebraska Navy Admiral Recognized For Conservation Work

Did you know the Nebraska Navy was a thing? And that it has admirals? Many, many admirals. With all due respect and love for the Cornhusker State and its gallant admiralty, we're looking at the blue part of map and scratching our heads right now. While you're trying to figure that one out, we have news that Admiral and 100% no-tiller Larry Moore of Ulysses, Neb., has been recognized as Nebraska Association of Resources Districts Director of the Year according to the Midwest Messenger.

Nebraska farmer recognized for natural resources work

 


Pennsylvania No-Till Farmer Steve Groff

Pennsylvania no-till vegetable farmer Steve Groff spoke with Regenerative Farmers of America about his family's legacy of no-till, the decision to get into cover crops and more on the group's Youtube Channel.


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SOURCE by Sound Agriculture wakes up the soil microbiome so you can access more nitrogen and phosphorus from your field. This bioinspired chemistry fixes atmospheric nitrogen and unlocks phosphorus that is tied up in the soil. It’s like caffeine for microbes, working with the soil you’ve already got to make your season more productive. Learn more at www.sound.ag.