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Financing is available for the 2023 season from First Mid Bank. And some other exciting news in our Fall Newsletter
The country's most educational conference for organic and regenerative farming is coming up: The Acres Eco-Ag conference is Dec 5 - 8 in Cincinnati. Great speakers, networking - and we look forward to seeing you at our booth. Visit ecoag.acresusa.com
The global AgriBusiness Taskforce, which includes some of Ag's biggest corporations, just reported on the eve of the COP 27 that it's critical for the momentum towards regenerative farming to accelerate. Ag's playing a big role drawing excess carbon from the atmosphere back into the soil.
The trial blocks with Pacific Gro performed best in the Precision Planting research plots in Pontiac Illinois. Brad Forkner's program proved the superiority of using biological inputs in a conventional system.
A comparison of healthy corn grown with biological inputs, and the alternative.
Fungi play an essential role supplying plants with nutrients and water. Building up diverse fungi in your soil is a key biological farming strategy.
A producer in Kansas has excellent corn, produced with proven biological inputs and little to no synthetic inputs. He's saved $500 per acre on inputs, and has a healthy crop.
Report about a successful biological application in a milo crop in Texas - where a mid-season fertigation of Pacific Gro, Biocast and Meta Grow 5X corrected nutrient imbalances and showed obvious crop improvement in 10 days.
A producer near the Chesapeake Bay is improving crop yields and soil health, using less synthetic inputs. Profitability is up, and nutrient run-off to the watershed is down.
Growing a successful crop of Pima Cotton with a biological fertility program.