Episode 162. Starting a Farm: Soil Considerations
Today’s episode of Voices from the Field is part of the occasional series entitled “Starting a Farm” from Rockiell Woods, Director of NCAT’s Gulf States Regional Office in Jackson, Mississippi, and Bill Evans, Director of Horticulture at Up in Farms Food Hub in Jackson. This episode is about soil considerations on a new farm. They talk about factors that affect soil, how to have yours tested, and the various ways you can improve your soil.
For more information on this topic, you can contact Rockiell Woods directly at email@example.com.
Related ATTRA Resources:
How to Add Compost on Your Small Farm
Soil Management: National Organic Program Regulations
Tipsheet: Manure in Organic Production Systems
Tipsheet: Assessing the Soil Resource for Beginning Organic Farmers
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