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Look through our collection of soil videos, ranging from videos on vertical tillage, zero or no tillage, soil management, testing, soil samples, and more.
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Saving Soils part 2 - 09

Saving Soils part 2 - 09

Mike Gretzinger reviews the work happening in the field for our small plot Saving Soils trials involving roller crimping and cover crops. The Saving Soils project is funded by Weston Family Foundation's Saving Soils grant as well as RBC's Tech for Nature grant.... More
Saving Soils Living Mulch & Strip Tillage - 10

Saving Soils Living Mulch & Strip Tillage - 10

Mike's back to show off the second half of our Saving Soils project - funded by Weston Family Foundation and RBC's Tech for Nature grant. This project compares strip tilled plots with living mulch with the common herbicide disc and no-till plots to see effectiveness.... More
Soil Regeneration

Soil Regeneration

Learn from Nuseed Carinata, Global Product Success Lead, Graham Collier, PhD how we are incentivizing the improvement of soil regeneration.... More
Soil and Plants- Little Green Thumbs

Soil and Plants- Little Green Thumbs

This video explores the role of soil for plants, people and our planet. Soil is the loose upper layer of the Earth’s surface where plants grow, and is essential for life on earth to survive! From our friends at Little Green Thumbs national.... More
Compacted Soil, how to spot it and fix compacted soil

Compacted Soil, how to spot it and fix compacted soil

Here we go out and spot soil compaction and then discuss how best to fix it with a tractor with rippers or a broad fork by hand... More
Mixing Up Soil Amendments

Mixing Up Soil Amendments

I receive a delivery of wood chips, mix up a blend of amendments, mulch walkways and plant the first beds.... More
Flip Your Soil: Feeding the Microbes

Flip Your Soil: Feeding the Microbes

Farmers getting started on a path to improving soil health can only accomplish that if they Flip their Soil to make it more alive. Mitch Hora, Agronomist and CEO of Continuum Ag, says this involves changing the dead soils on your farm by reinvigorating the microbiological activity. He says ... More

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture

Gabe Brown, a North Dakota farmer has become a leading voice in the regenerative agriculture movement. For decades, Gabe has been working to restore the health of his land and build a sustainable farm using innovative practices that focus on soil health and biodiversity.... More
Ripping No-Till

Ripping No-Till

How Farms Work by Ryan Kuster is a YouTube channel based in rural Potosi, Wisconsin. Our mission is to teach those who didn't grow up on a farm what the farming life is like. These videos show the Kuster family working together raising cattle and crops. We believe everyone who wants to know more... More
Conservation Tillage Dairy Silage Cropping Systems

Conservation Tillage Dairy Silage Cropping Systems

Explore how California dairy farmers are working together to perfect techniques to maximize the benefits of conservation tillage in producing dairy feed to reduce inputs and costs, increase quality and ensure healthier more productive and sustainable agricultural soils and production. Series: "S... More
Flip Your Soil

Flip Your Soil

Farmers getting started on a path to improving soil health can only accomplish that if they Flip their Soil to make it more alive. Mitch Hora, Agronomist and CEO of Continuum Ag, says this involves changing the dead soils on your farm by reinvigorating the microbiological activity.... More
Soil amendments

Soil amendments

Soil Amendments are materials that are added to soil to improve its physical and chemical properties, making it more conducive to plant growth. This video explains the different types of soil amendments, including organic and inorganic materials, and how they can be used to adjust soil pH, add n... More
Farmland Health Check-Up: VanMeer Farms

Farmland Health Check-Up: VanMeer Farms

Farmland Health Check-Up: VanMeer Farms | OntarioSoilandCrop... More
Field School 2022 - Simple Soil Moisture, Dr. Mark Johnson & Lewis Baarda

Field School 2022 - Simple Soil Moisture, Dr. Mark Johnson & Lewis Baarda

Lewis Baarda & Ensemble Scientific's Dr. Mark Johnson deliver their journey in developing an autonomous variable rate irrigation (VRI) system; this study is supported by Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR). Working with a pivot with existing VRI capabilities, our system will place a s... More
Fixing Low pH Soils (From Ag PhD #1116 - Air Date 8-25-19)

Fixing Low pH Soils (From Ag PhD #1116 - Air Date 8-25-19)

The Hefty brothers discuss ways to raise the pH of soils.... More
Developing an Ontario Soil Information System | Asim Biswas

Developing an Ontario Soil Information System | Asim Biswas

Dr. Asim Biswas is an Associate Professor of sustainable soil management in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph. His research program aims to develop sensors and sensing technology make it possible to digitally map soils. He has recently created an online portal wher... More
Ask an Expert: Why do farmers test their soil?

Ask an Expert: Why do farmers test their soil?

If you’ve ever grown a garden, you’ll understand that plants need healthy soil to grow. But just what is soil? Soil is a living ecosystem made up of sand, silt and clay particles, as well as minerals, organic matter and pockets of moisture and air. Soil organic matter consists of both decayin... More
Soil testing at the University of Maine

Soil testing at the University of Maine

University of Maine Cooperative Extension shows you how to sample your soil, when the best time is to test your soil, and where to send your soil for analysis.... More
Soil Health & Nitrogen Management with Dr. David Burton

Soil Health & Nitrogen Management with Dr. David Burton

Dr. David Burton who is a Distinguished Research Professor from Dalhousie University. Dr. Burton’s research examines the role of the soil environment in influencing the nature and extent of microbial metabolism in soil. His current research programs involve an examination of the production and c... More
Why Do Our Soils Crust?

Why Do Our Soils Crust?

Many fields will experience soil compaction to some degree throughout the growing season. There are several different forms of soil compaction, all of which negatively affect crop growth and yield. Brad Mason, Pioneer Field Agronomist, highlights one of the types of soil compaction: surface crus... More
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