Rain Making Bacteria Cover Crops And Seed Quality >>

EPISODE #7

AIRED: 09-29-2020

In this episode we covered rain making bacteria if the first part. Then we moved on to bio-remediation of pesticides and chemicals in soils. Later we discussed cover cropping systems and tactics and methods for cover crops as well as a few different varieties. We discussed Buckwheat as a cover crop as well as a honey crop and green manure crop. We talked about Rye and it’s ability to build soil tilth and structure, and we discussed Austrian Winter Pea as a Nitrogen fixing legume and winter cover crop for fairly cold climates. Finally we discussed some of the finer details of seed quality especially as it relates to trace mineral nutrition and seed vigor as well as yield.

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