No Country for Old Ag

is creating a science based podcast about growing food on a small scale.

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The idea for this podcast was born out of the observation of a significant gap in knowledge between what backyard and urban growers are wanting to know and what professionals within the regenerative agriculture community are already practicing with a high level of success. The purpose of these conversations are to share science based, peer reviewed information, dissecting it through the lens of food grower and identifying actionable steps to improve our own self sustainable and bio-intensive practices in our gardens and urban farms.

This podcast is about precociously exploring soil and plant systems and breathing some new life into Australia's current 'how to' gardening channels. I hope that listeners are able to better understand the ecological processes that improves our backyard’s microbiome, simultaneously producing nutrient-rich, edible crops that are resistant to pests and disease so that we can have a legitimate conversation about advancing urban farming and growing our own food as medicine.




The idea for this podcast was born out of the observation of a significant gap in knowledge between what backyard and urban growers are wanting to know and what professionals within the regenerative agriculture community are already practicing with a high level of success. The purpose of these conversations are to share science based, peer reviewed information, dissecting it through the lens of food grower and identifying actionable steps to improve our own self sustainable and bio-intensive practices in our gardens and urban farms.

This podcast is about precociously exploring soil and plant systems and breathing some new life into Australia's current 'how to' gardening channels. I hope that listeners are able to better understand the ecological processes that improves our backyard’s microbiome, simultaneously producing nutrient-rich, edible crops that are resistant to pests and disease so that we can have a legitimate conversation about advancing urban farming and growing our own food as medicine.



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