No-Till Farmer Podcast

Bio till cover crops

No-Till Farmer podcast series is brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crops.


Bio Till Cover Crops, a pioneer and leader in cover crop seed, represent a complete lineup of seeds suitable to a wide range of soils types and growing conditions. Bio Till Cover Crop vendors are committed to your success and provide local resources, education, guidance, and all the tips and tricks we know, to ensure your plantings have the correct foundations for success. The original producers of Bounty Annual Ryegrass, Bio Till Cover Crops continue to add new and improved cover crop and forage varieties, including Enricher Radish, Bayou Kale, Shield Broadleaf Mustard, African Forage Cabbage, and Mihi Persian Clover. With over 30 years of experience in production, processing, packaging, and shipping, you won’t be able to find a better fit for your farm anywhere else.

 

 

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[Podcast] Busting Myths About Sustainable Farming

For this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, Robert Paarlberg, associate at the sustainability science program at the Harvard Kennedy School, talks about the research that went into his book, his advice to commercial farmers and farm organizations about advocating for sustainability, what those groups need to do to combat the myths surrounding sustainable agriculture and more.
For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, Robert Paarlberg, associate at the sustainability science program at the Harvard Kennedy School, talks about the research that went into his book, his advice to commercial farmers and farm organizations about advocating for sustainability, what those groups need to do to combat the myths surrounding sustainable agriculture and more.
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[Podcast] Boosting Your Bottom Line with Humates & Mineral Nutrition

For this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, listen in as Associate Editor Michaela Paukner chats with Jim about why micronutrients may be the best opportunity to boost your yields this year, what to look for when buying biologicals and more.
For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, listen in as Associate Editor Michaela Paukner chats with Jim about why micronutrients may be the best opportunity to boost your yields this year, what to look for when buying biologicals and more.
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[Podcast] No-Till Rice on the Cajun Prairie with Justin Fuselier

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, we’re headed to Cajun Country for a talk with fourth-generation farmer Justin Fusilier. Corn and soybean operations dominate most of our readership here at No-Till Farmer, according to our benchmark survey, but Justin stumbled onto something he thinks holds promise in Lousiana, where crops like rice and sugarcane are far more common.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, we’re headed to Cajun Country for a talk with fourth-generation farmer Justin Fusilier. Corn and soybean operations dominate most of our readership here at No-Till Farmer, according to our benchmark survey, but Justin stumbled onto something he thinks holds promise in Lousiana, where crops like rice and sugarcane are far more common.
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[Podcast] No-Till Weed Control Strategies When Glyphosate Supplies Are Tight

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, Aaron Locker, Vice President of sales for HELM Agro joins us to discuss what farmers can do if they can’t get the glyphosate supply they’re used to.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, Aaron Locker, Vice President of sales for HELM Agro joins us to discuss what farmers can do if they can’t get the glyphosate supply they’re used to.
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[Podcast] No-Till Rice and Mulching What’s Available With Adam Chappell

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, fifth-generation Arkansas farmer Adam Chappell, joins us to talk about how he got into no-till, what methods he employs, what he sees for the future, and more.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, fifth-generation Arkansas farmer Adam Chappell, joins us to talk about how he got into no-till, what methods he employs, what he sees for the future, and more.
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[Podcast] Leveraging Climate Intelligence for Better No-Till Results

Himanshu Gupta, CEO and founder of ClimateAi, joins us to talk about how his company measures heat risk and drought risk and turns those into what he calls the planting risk index, a metric that can help growers make better operational decisions for their farms.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, Himanshu Gupta, CEO and founder of ClimateAi, joins us to talk about how his company measures heat risk and drought risk and turns those into what he calls the planting risk index, a metric that can help growers make better operational decisions for their farms.
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[Podcast] Plant Once, Harvest for Years with Perennial Kernza

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, Contributing Editor Dan Crummett speaks with plant biologist Lee DeHaan of The Land Institute where the breeding of Kernza and other perennial crops has been underway since 2003. Listen in as Dan and Lee discuss the characteristics of Kernza, how to grow it, the potential of the developing markets and more.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, Contributing Editor Dan Crummett speaks with plant biologist Lee DeHaan of The Land Institute where the breeding of Kernza and other perennial crops has been underway since 2003. Listen in as Dan and Lee discuss the characteristics of Kernza, how to grow it, the potential of the developing markets and more.
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[Podcast] Soil Regen Announces Regenerative Verified Certification

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, we talk with Russell Hedrick and Liz Haney of Soil Regen, the consulting company behind a trio of new labels — “Regeneratively Grown” “Regenerative Certified” and “Regenerative Verified.” Join us to hear what’s behind the new labelling and how farmers who qualify to use them can get paid premiums for the products they grow.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, we talk with Russell Hedrick and Liz Haney of Soil Regen, the consulting company behind a trio of new standards — “Regeneratively Grown,” “Regenerative Certified” and “Regenerative Verified.” Join us to hear what’s behind the new labelling and how farmers who qualify to use them can get paid premiums for the products they grow.
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[Podcast] Finding No-Till Success in the Face of Adversity

Jimmy Emmons and Loran Steinlage have built dynamic, profitable no-till operations, but the challenges they face are very different.

For this No-Till Farmer podcast, sponsored by Yetter Farm Equipment, Jimmy Emmons and Loran Steinalge were joined by moderator Rick Clark at the 2022 National No-Tillage Conference in Louisville, Ky., to share the management tactics they’ve relied on to achieve no-till success in vastly different climates, including how they’ve incorporated cover crops, managed water infiltration issues and how they’re preparing their operations for the future.


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[Podcast] Barry Fisher, Soil Health, and the Future of Carbon

Soil consultant Barry Fisher knows soil. Fisher – a multi-decade veteran of the NRCS and regional manager of the service’s Soil Health Division – recently started a soil health consultancy following his retirement from government service.

For this No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, lead content editor Brian O’Connor talks with Barry about the tests, making a mess in the prestigious Galt House Hotel, and the future of carbon agriculture. Fisher says the level of carbon sequestration by crop plant root systems could rival levels stored by the Great Plains. Listen in to hear why he’s excited about the future of agriculture.


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