Biological Farming Basics With Dr Mary Cole (Agpath)

In this video we sit down with Dr Mary Cole from Agpath as she addresses some of the most frequently asked questions we get from farmers who are considering making the switch to farming Biologically.

In the call we cover:

0:50 - About Mary Cole & Agpath - how Mary helps farmers to farm Biologically and move away from harmful chemical products.

10:13 - Where does NPKS fit in the Biological Farming System?

34:55 - What are the main species of Bacteria and Fungi needed in productive Soil?

43:09 - Cultivate the right ratios of microbiology for specific crops, pastures etc.

47:48 - How can farmers naturally increase carbon in the soil when farming biologically?

51:25 - What's the easiest way to measure the health and nutrient density of plants? (and how to improve them.)

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