How Plants Absorb Living Microbes and Convert Soil Pathogens into Beneficials with James White
John Kempf interviews Dr. James White of Rutgers University who explains how plants “farm” microbes, convert fungi from pathogenic to beneficials, and send endophytic ambassadors to forage for plant nutrition.
Tim Parton is a regenerative agriculture advocate and Farm Manager at Brewood Park Farm in the United Kingdom who has been implementing regenerative practices on his 300-hectare estate for over 15 years. He has received several accolades for his work, such as being named the Arable Innovator of...
James Johnson is a fourth-generation farmer in New Mexico and the Vice President of Carzalia Valley Produce. John Kempf talks with James about his 20-year journey to regenerative practices, highlighting the long-term effects of pesticide use on crops.
Dale Strickler is a Sales Agronomist at Green Cover Seed and prominent author primarily focused on soil health. Dale sits down with John to discuss his agricultural background as well as his most memorable success stories working with growers across the country.