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Soil sustains all life on our planet. And yet, for decades, industrial farming practices have degraded and depleted the soil we depend on. It’s time for a change – and farmers like Matteo Mazzola and Paola Archetti are leading the way. In this film, we take a tour of their farm on the stunning hillside above Lago d’Iseo, Italy, as Matteo explains how he’s promoting a healthy ecosystem from the soil up. Using low-cost, sustainable innovations alongside traditional farming techniques, Matteo and Paola are replenishing the land for generations to come – and proving that modern farming really needn’t cost the earth. To find out more, and learn how you can be part of the Regenerative Agriculture Revolution: 🤍 This video is produced by EIT Food, the world’s largest and most dynamic food innovation community. Supported by the EU’s European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), we invest in projects, organisations and individuals that share our goals for a healthy and sustainable food system – with a focus on education, entrepreneurship, engagement and innovation. Thanks to Matteo Mazzola, Paola Archetti and family Jessica Pastore Tommaso Gizzi Created by Storytravelers Caspar Daniël Diederik | film and edit
Learn what makes plants grow and how you can cultivate a thriving, sustainable garden – the natural way. “Life in the Soil” explains the science behind healthy soil. Microbes, like bacteria and fungi, provide essential nutrients that help plants grow. However, human activity can deplete the soil of these valuable microbes. Planting with certified organic soils and amendments helps restore the symbiotic relationship between plants and the environment, which stimulates growth. Conserve Time & Resources With These 4 Tips: 1.) Think Organically – Using certified organic materials promotes growth naturally. 2.) Plant Native – Planting native plants encourages ecological balance with the area. 3.) Strive for 5 – Using 5% organic matter in soil promotes microbe growth and improves soil structure, as recommended by the U.S. Composting Council. 4.) 3 saves 30 – Placing 3 inches of nutrient-rich organic mulch matter on top of your soil garden beds can conserve up to 30% more water. Presented by Kellogg Garden Products. Learn more about our organic soils here, 🤍 Want More Garden Tips & Tricks? Connect With Us! Blog: 🤍 IG: 🤍 FB: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
Soil is underappreciated. But it's vital in so many ways. Here's a look at the importance of soil - and why soil matters so much. This was made in partnership with The Royal Society. Animation by Flock London. Enjoyed this? Have a watch of this video next! Why water is really, really weird 👉 🤍 Subscribe to BBC Ideas 👉 🤍 Do you have a curious mind? You’re in the right place. Our aim on BBC Ideas is to feed your curiosity, to open your mind to new perspectives, and to leave you that little bit smarter. So dive in. Let us know what you think. And make sure to subscribe! 👉🤍 Visit our website to see all of our videos: 🤍 And follow BBC Ideas on Twitter: 🤍 #bbcideas #soil #planetEarth
Healthy and productive soils matter. Soil is one of the earth’s most important natural resources and is essential for healthy plant growth, food production and ecosystem services such as clean, plentiful water and air. Our soils help regulate the earth’s climate and they store more carbon than all the world’s forests combined, making soil regeneration fundamental in efforts to combat climate change and increasing extremes of weather. We believe that by enabling and empowering farmers to rebuild and restore soils, Australia can mitigate and adapt to climate change and other challenges, while producing healthy, plentiful food and fibre in ways that are good for farmers, consumers and the planet. The Soils for Life documentary outlines the vision and commitment of founder, Major General Michael Jeffery, to a food secure nation and sustainable farming communities. #regenerativefarming #regenerativeagriculture #soilhealth #regenerativeagriculture #regenag #regenerativeag #climatesmartagriculture #healthysoils #holisticmanagement #australianagriculture #livingsoil #water #carbonfarming #foodsecurity #foodsovereignty #biodiversity #soilsforlife
Travel underground for an up-close look at the ants, amoebas, and bacteria that maintain healthy soil. Glimpse this microscopic world and learn about the symbiotic relationship between fungi and tree roots. Data Sources: Forest Data: Peter A. Steel Angelo, Coastal Range Reserve, University of California. Raptor View Research Institute Missoula Montana, Scientists at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Sherri Johnson. For classroom activities, visit 🤍calacademy.org/educators/habitat-earth-in-the-classroom - - - The California Academy of Sciences is a renowned scientific and educational institution dedicated to exploring, explaining, and sustaining life on Earth. Based in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, it's the only place in the world to house an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest, and natural history museum—plus cutting-edge research programs—all under one living roof. Connect with us: • Facebook: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • Snapchat: 🤍 • Tumblr: 🤍
Healthy Soil Grows Healthy Plants! Organic Soils are Living Soils! There are 4 main organisms that must be present to provide all of the nutrients and protection needed for maximum plant growth; bacteria, nematodes, fungi, protozoa. So what do they do? Watch to find out! 🌱 Looking to learn more about organic gardening? 🤍 Want More Garden Tips & Tricks? Connect With Us! Blog: 🤍 IG: 🤍 FB: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
Every year, over 100,000 square kilometers of good soil is lost worldwide. The ground is concreted over, treated with chemicals, and farmed carelessly. Yet it is the very basis of life. Healthy soil does not just produce healthy food. It also provides habitats for numerous species which are key to saving the climate. Some people have recognized this potential and are making up for lost ground. Austrian farmer, Josef Nagl, is one of them. An accident that nearly cost him his life got him thinking: what does he want to leave behind for his children? Barren fields that can only produce rich growth with industrial fertilizers and pesticides? He decided to radically transform his family farm. The plow and chemicals, both of which destroy soil life, are now taboo. Instead, he works with diverse crop rotation, constant greening of the fields and, above all, a different attitude toward natural cycles. Josef Nagl has joined the ecological region of Kaindorf, a growing movement of farmers who respect soil as a living organism and farm to constantly retain and renew its humus. This transformation also brings financial benefits - they are rewarded with a premium for building up humus and capturing CO2. On the soil where Erika Kothe stands, agriculture is ruled out for centuries to come. Uranium was mined here in the GDR, leaving behind a moonlike landscape highly contaminated with acids and heavy metals. How can such soil be healed? "With roots, bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi," says microbiologist Erika Kothe from the University of Jena, who is conducting research here with geologist Thorsten Schäfer. They are planting fast-growing plants and inoculating the soil with bacterial cultures and fungi to bind the heavy metals, rendering them harmless. This method could be used worldwide for renaturing huge post-mining landscapes. #documentary #dwdocumentary #soil DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch top documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to: ⮞ DW Documentary (English): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documental (Spanish): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو (Arabic): 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku (German): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी (Hindi): 🤍 For more visit: 🤍 Follow DW Documentary on Instagram: 🤍 Follow DW Documental on Facebook: 🤍 We kindly ask viewers to read and stick to the DW netiquette policy on our channel: 🤍
Living Soil: A Documentary. Now available with subtitles in more than 20 languages. Enable closed captions by clicking the 'CC' icon, then click the gear icon to select the subtitle language you want. Our soils support 95 percent of all food production, and by 2060, our soils will be asked to give us as much food as we have consumed in the last 500 years. They filter our water. They are one of our most cost-effective reservoirs for sequestering carbon. They are our foundation for biodiversity. And they are vibrantly alive, teeming with 10,000 pounds of biological life in every acre. Yet in the last 150 years, we’ve lost half of the basic building block that makes soil productive. The societal and environmental costs of soil loss and degradation in the United States alone are now estimated to be as high as $85 billion every single year. Like any relationship, our living soil needs our tenderness. It’s time we changed everything we thought we knew about soil. Let’s make this the century of living soil. This 60-minute documentary features innovative farmers and soil health experts from throughout the U.S. Accompanying lesson plans for college and high school students can also be found on this site. "Living Soil" was directed by Chelsea Myers and Tiny Attic Productions based in Columbia, Missouri, and produced by the Soil Health Institute through the generous support of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation. The film is freely available to download and stream at 🤍soilhealthinstitute.org/livingsoil. A special thanks to Dawn Bradley, Brian Berns, Keith Berns, Bill Buckner, Mimo Davis, Dan DeSutter, Miranda Duschak, James “Ooker” Eskridge, Barry Fisher, Liz Graznak, Steve Groff, Jerry Hatfield, Trey Hill, Larkin Martin, Bianca Moebius-Clune, Jesse Sanchez, Larry Thompson, John Wiebold, Kristen Veum, Kevin Mathein, Ben Harris, Tim Pilcher, Josh Wright, Haley Myers, Rob Myers and Josh Oxenhandler.
A short film looking at how the succession and colonisation of bare substrate by organisms such as lichens and mosses leads to the formation of soil. The evolution of soil took millions of years and was a process that involved, not only the physical weathering of bedrock, but also the addition of organic matter from the death and decomposition of plant matter. Presenting the film is environmental scientist, Octavia Hopwood. Music Credit: Air Sparks - By Barrie Gledden and Richard Lacy
Dr. Elaine Ingham explains the science of returning life to the soil. ✅ This webinar is an extension of the Soil Regen Summit 2022, sign up FREE to view full Summit replays! 👉 🤍 Dr. Elaine helps us explore biological and ecological patterns in soil ecosystems. What happens when living systems are disturbed and then recolonized with microorganisms? She translates a complex story about the friendship that unfolds as plants live in partnership with bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and nematodes. When we understand this story, we can celebrate and support the magnificent microorganisms that make it all possible Dr. Ingham has advanced our knowledge about the Soil Food Web for over 4 decades. Widely recognized as the world’s foremost soil biologist, she’s passionate about empowering ordinary people to bring the soils in their community back to life. Follow the Soil Food Web Blog: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 The Soil Food Web School’s mission is to empower individuals and organizations to regenerate the soils in their communities. The Soil Food Web Approach can dramatically accelerate soil regeneration projects by focussing on the soil biome. This can boost the productivity of farms, provide super-nutritious foods, protect and purify waterways, and reduce the effects of Climate Change. No background in farming or biology is required for our Foundation Courses. Classes are online & self-paced, and students are supported by highly-trained Soil Food Web School mentors. Over the last four decades, Dr. Elaine Ingham has advanced our knowledge of the Soil Food Web. An internationally-recognized leader in soil microbiology, Dr. Ingham has collaborated with other scientists and with farmers around the world to further our understanding of how soil organisms work together and with plants. Dr. Ingham is an author of the USDA's Soil Biology Primer and a founder of the Soil Food Web School. #SoilScience #DrElaineIngham #SoilFoodWebSchool
In this video, part 2 of the Soil is life series, Matteo Mazzola and Paola Archetti explain how they are building a probiotic agroecosystem above and below the ground on their farm overlooking Lago d’Iseo. By using compost, incorporating grazing animals and following intelligent agroforestry design principles, they have dramatically increased the soil’s microbial activity. Thanks to the abundance of beneficial microorganisms, the farm’s immune system has improved, making the plants and animals in the agroecosystem more resilient to disease and providing them with all the nutrients they need to thrive and produce healthy food. Part I 🤍 Part III 🤍 To find out more, and learn how you can be part of the Regenerative Agriculture Revolution: 🤍 This video is produced by EIT Food, the world’s largest and most dynamic food innovation community. Supported by the EU’s European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), we invest in projects, organisations and individuals that share our goals for a healthy and sustainable food system – with a focus on education, entrepreneurship, engagement and innovation. Thanks to Matteo Mazzola, Paola Archetti and family Jessica Pastore Tommaso Gizzi María Rubianes Created by Storytravelers Caspar Daniël Diederik | film and edit
Jessi and Squeaks make a new friend named Grady, and he teaches them about all the living things you can find in soil! Disciplinary Core Idea: LS4.D: Biodiversity and Humans - There are many different kinds of living things in any area, and they exist in different places on land and in water (2-LS4-1). Performance Expectation: 2-LS4-1. Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of life in different habitats. Love SciShow Kids and want to help support it? Become a Patron on Patreon: 🤍 If you have a question for Jessi, Squeaks, and Mister Brown you can write to them here: 🤍 Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 SOURCES: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #scishowkids #soil #tardigrade #animation #kids #elementary #education #worm #garden #plants
Dr. Elaine Ingham presents her soil science for beginners masterclass. She covers what the soil food web is, how plants benefit from a healthy soil food web, and how you can change the food web in the soil for your benefit. ✔️ Follow Diego on IG 🤍 Growing in Vista, CA (Zone 10a) - Elevation 397ft - Latitude 33N Podcasts by Diego Footer: ▶️ Daily Vegetable Farming: 🤍 ▶️ Vegetable Farming: 🤍 ▶️ Soil Science & Compost: 🤍 ▶️ Microgreens: 🤍 ▶️ Livestock Farming: 🤍 ▶️ Weekly Audio Blog: 🤍 My Online Courses: 🌱Learn how to start a Profitable Microgreens Business 🤍 🐔Learn how to raise Pastured Poultry, Pigs, and Cattle as a business in the Pastured Profits Course - 🤍 🛠 Small Farm Tools 🤍 ✔️ Follow PaperpotCo on IG 🤍 🎙Learn more on the podcast 🤍 🎙 🛒 Support my content while you shop at Amazon: 🤍 #CommissionsEarned
Regenerative Agriculture is not a method. It is a way of looking at things. “It is an approach, and within this approach, there will be appropriate practices depending on the crop, soil, environment and climate. From this field to that one over there, we use a completely different method of cultivation for the same crop, but the approach is the same.” In this third video about the Iside Farm located at Lago Iseo in Italy, Matteo Mazzola shows us that nature does not waste anything. The whole system that he and his partner Paola are setting up is based on biomimicking nature and trying to create natural productive systems. The vision is to study, to experiment and get as close as possible to nature’s behaviour, productiveness and efficiency, and in the process enable the amazing ecological services that nature gives the biosphere. To find out more, and learn how you can be part of the Regenerative Agriculture Revolution visit: 🤍 This video is produced by EIT Food, the world’s largest and most dynamic food innovation community. Supported by the EU’s European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), we invest in projects, organisations and individuals that share our goals for a healthy and sustainable food system. Thanks to Matteo Mazzola, Paola Archetti and family Translation and subtitles by María Rubianes - Hedapen Created by Storytravelers Caspar Daniël Diederik | film and edit
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Here in the Valley, we see ourselves as regenerative organic farmers and custodians of the land, which means we work to leave it better than we found it for future generations. Which is why, we’re letting you in on some of the soil’s secrets… For us, everything starts with healthy soil: it grows the very best food and draws down carbon from the atmosphere to help slow down climate change. Watch this film to dive deep underground.
The single most impactful thing a gardener can do is learn about how plants work. To do that, you must learn about the soil food web of life. I hope to cover this topic in detail in this video, but also keep you awake and entertained while doing so. This is just really important information to put into your gardening tool kit, because it will save you from making many mistakes - some of which can cost you decades. This video represents years (literally) of reading books (including university textbooks), podcasts, research papers and digging that I have done. This isn't me talking here, this is me simply relaying the information I've learned in my own journey. So much of this information seems like it's "book info" and not useful in the garden, but it's simply not true. If a soil test came back high in nitrates but low in ammonium, what FUNDAMENTAL THINGS would that tell you about your soil? After watching this video you will be able to answer that question with ease, and then take specific action to move the system and soil to where it needs to be. If you enjoy this content, if you got value out of it, please consider supporting this channel by joining the membership program below. Thanks for watching and happy gardening everyone! Keith Timestamps: 3:14 Dirt vs Soil 4:10 Bacteria and Fungi role in the soil. Glues, Soil aggregates, nutrients out of stone. 6:12 Chelation: the act of taking those nutrients and making them bio available. 6:30 Plant Root exudates. I.e. how plants trick microbiology to do all the work for them. 10:29 Soil tests, Soluble vs insoluble nutrients. How soil tests can be misleading. 14:50 The nitrogen cycle and what your nitrites, nitrates and ammonium concentrations can tell you about your soil food web of life. 17:50 How ecological transition and the nitrogen cycle tie in together. Note that I cut out a long winded section on pH here, and that Nitrates make alkaline soils (the bacterial glues are very alkaline) but fungi and ammonium make acidic soil. 19:36 A continuation of the above, but what that means for weeds and what plants you will create the environment to grow. I suggest if this topic is of interest, that you start at 14:50 so that you have all the information you need to understand this section. 22:14 A Dog in a cowboy suit 22:45 How the soil food web of life can solve your sand, silt or clay problems and create a loam. You will still have heavy clay, you just won't care. Nor will your plants. This is why something like a carpet of daikon radishes is the ultimate clay solution. 26:54 Tilling 28:14 The larger organisms of the soil food web of life. I.e. this is where chelation happens. 30:25 We are all just spaceships carrying around the smaller lifeforms. 32:31 Fertilizers and microbiology 36:27 Every piece is as important as every other piece. I.e. balance in all things. 38:50 Okay okay, enough already I get it. I need a soil food web. How do I make one? 41:20 Aerobic vs Anaerobic. 46:08 Three things you should do today after learning this. _ Doing shopping on Amazon? If you start your shopping by clicking on my Amazon affiliate link, it costs you nothing (not even a penny) but I receive a small commission of anything you buy. The link here takes you to my website blog on my favorite permaculture books. However, if you click on any link there as your starting point, then go buy ANYTHING, it helps support me. 🤍 Want to become a member and earn perks? Check out our membership program here: 🤍 Want CPL merch? 🤍... Or help me plant trees directly through Patreon by becoming a Patron: 🤍 Barn Boots and Country Roots: 🤍 Gardening in the North: 🤍 Music credits: Epidemic sound: 🤍 Closer by Jay Someday | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License 🤍 Boat by Vlad Gluschenko | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License 🤍
Todd's Dad (Tom) hasn't had very good luck with his garden the last few years. It was the point where he told us he was considering turning his plot into a parking lot for his camper. His Birthday was April 1st, so as a gift to him, we decided to try to bring some life back to his soil. It was some of the most compacted life-less soil we have ever seen. To the point, we had a hard time running our broad fork across it. Previously, he's never covered his soil at all. He would strip it every fall of leaves and all forms of vegetation - and leave it completely bare over the winter. After broad forking, we started with about 15 bags of manure compost and peat moss that had been amended with a nice balance of organic amendments. Then we spread about 4 bales of spoiled hay across the bed, and topped that with a thin layer of finely chopped wood chips to hold it all in place. Will it work out? We sure do hope so. We'll do some additional videos to update you all on the progress, over the course of the year. Want to show some Support for our Channel? Shop from this link to Amazon. Every price you pay, will be exactly the same as it would be without the link, but we get a small kick-back from Amazon to help support our channel: 🤍 Our Instagram: 🤍 Our Facebook: 🤍 Our Patreon: 🤍 #homesteadrescue #savemygarden #deepmulchgardening #microbiome #gardeningadvice
There is an intricate and important community just under my feet.The health of my garden depends on the health of this ecosystem. And because I eat what comes from the garden, it`s becoming clearer for me to understand that the level of my wellbeing, is equal to the wellbeing of the soil. This video is some highlights from my recent film "Down the Carrot Hole". Learn more about The Weedy Garden and the movie on 🤍 love and peace to everyone Weedy 🤍 #selfsufficientliving #selfsufficient #permaculture #organicgardening #howtogarden #growingyourownfood #sustainableliving #offthegrid #growfood #gardening #gardeningtips #sustainability #vegetablegarden #lactobacillusbacteria #soilbacteria #soilmicrobes #foodsecurity #organic #gardening
”A refreshing perspective on what it means to be wealthy” – Don Smith, Kiss the Ground In the documentary ”Into the Soil” we follow Brigid LeFevre, who runs a community supported agriculture operation (CSO) in Järna, Sweden. In her biodynamic vegetable garden she focuses on fermenting the harvest in order to enrich it with nutritious lactic acid bacteria. Brigid grew up in an anthroposophically inspired Camphill community in Northern Ireland where volunteers lived and worked together with people with special needs. It was a self-sufficient community where the local store brought in bulk organic produce and each household would write down their purchases – without any actual exchange of money. Growing up in a place where food was separated from the economic market has had a big impact on Brigid’s philosophy as a farmer. And really, come to think about it, why is it that the global ups and downs of the economy should determine the operating practices of small scale local farms? In Brigid’s garden it doesn’t. She grows and ferments vegetables for the members, who subscribe to her sauerkraut, kimchi and lacto fermented pickles, all year round. The members support this regenerative agriculture operation with money or hands-on help in the garden. It’s a local, circular economy, which underpins an alive garden, buzzing and chirping, where the goal isn’t to turn a profit, but rather to make the soil more alive with the passing of each season. Directed and produced by Mattias Olsson for Campfire Stories. Musical score composed by Arvid Rask. Sound design by Boris Laible and Jonas Källstrand. Financed in part by the Namaste Foundation. Campfire Stories is a community supported project. Please consider becoming a Patron: 🤍
Break through the surface to explore the living, breathing ecosystem beneath our feet. “Dirt” — a new documentary about saving our soil — delves into how Arkansas farmers, ranchers and more are improving their operations by helping the environment. "Dirt” is a 2023 nominee of the 47th Annual Mid-America Emmy® Award in the category of Documentary – Cultural and and a winner in the category of Audio Post-Production. “Dirt” is a finalist for the 55th Public Media Award in the Content category for Topical Feature. The Public Media Awards honor NETA members’ finest work in content, community engagement, marketing/communications and education. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and never miss an update at 🤍 Sign up for our newsletter at 🤍 to receive updates about fresh, local content from The Natural State and the PBS programs you've trusted for decades. With the support of Arkansas PBS members, we are able to educate, inform, enrich and inspire Arkansans. Consider making a gift today at 🤍 With your support, we will continue to illuminate the people, places and stories for Arkansans of all ages. About Arkansas PBS: Arkansas PBS, Arkansas’s only statewide public media network, enhances lives by providing lifelong learning opportunities for people from all walks of life. Arkansas PBS delivers daily, essential, local, award-winning productions and classic, trusted PBS programs aimed at sharing Arkansas and the world with viewers through multiple digital platforms, including livestreaming at myarpbs.org/watchlive, on-demand services and YouTube TV, and the distinct channels Arkansas PBS, Arkansas PBS Create, Arkansas PBS KIDS, Arkansas PBS WORLD and Arkansas PBS AIRS on SAP. Members with Arkansas PBS Passport have extended on-demand access to a rich library of public television programming. Arkansas PBS depends on the generosity of Arkansans and the State of Arkansas to continue offering quality programming. Additional information is available at myarkansaspbs.org. Arkansas PBS is broadcast on KETS (Little Rock), KEMV (Mountain View), KETG (Arkadelphia), KAFT (Fayetteville), KTEJ (Jonesboro), KETZ (El Dorado) and KETS (Lee Mountain). Find us on Social Media 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Today I'm creating a new herb bed out of an old concrete planter filled with dry and dusty garden soil. Before I can plant into it, I'll need to bring life and moisture back to the soil. This is how to fix dry soil, using just two ingredients and a little bit of elbow grease. 🌿 Recommended videos 🌻 Create a No-Dig Garden with Sheet Mulch: 🤍 🥕 The Easiest Way to Make Compost: 🤍 🌼 Quick Start Guide to Growing Food in Containers: 🤍 🌿 Build a DIY Herb Spiral: 🤍 🌿📕 Order my new book USA: 🤍 UK: 🤍 Canada: 🤍 More places: 🤍 About A Woman's Garden: 🤍 ➤ If you enjoy this video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe (thank you!) ➤Remember to TURN ON notifications to know when new videos are out. Just click the little bell icon next to the subscribe button. ➤ Subscribe to the Lovely Greens newsletter → 🤍 ➤ My Amazon Shop* → 🤍 🌿 FIND LOVELY GREENS ONLINE ◆ LEARN MORE: 🤍 ◆ INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ◆ TWITTER: 🤍 ◆ FACEBOOK: 🤍 *Lovely Greens is a participant in Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Basically, I make a small commission if you end up making a purchase. Thank you for your support. #gardeningtips #vegetablegarden #gardening
#Soils are the foundation of life on earth - providing us with #food, fiber, filtration of air and #water, foundations for architecture and engineering, 'f'armaceuticals, and #fun literally everything we depend on in our everyday lives! But how did they get here, what's hiding beneath their surface, and how can we protect them to ensure a healthy future for all? Join us for a #journey to the microcosmos and find out more about the #solutions that lie right beneath our feet! Follow us on IG 🤍: 🤍 on FB 🤍: 🤍 Dedicated to: All the #farmers, #ranchers, and #soil organisms who work tirelessly, day in and day out, to feed us all! Music: This video is for #educational purposes only. We do not own the rights to this music. The Speed of Life - Owned by: Polaris Hub AB - 🤍
Life, nature, environment and food chains on planet Earth all rely on soil. Can science reverse some of the worst damage done to earth? Soil is the basis for human life on our planet as we know it. Yet soil is something we take for granted and it is full of life that most people don’t know of. Soil contains 80% of the biomass of the world. The documentary ‘The Last Harvest’ follows scientists and farmers who are trying to find out how to reverse some of the worst damage done to the earth in the form of desertification, soil erosion, soil contamination, biodiversity loss, loss of organic matter and soil sealing. Researchers in England say that if our model of production does not change we have as few as 100 harvests left. UN research gives us another 60 years. The Last Harvest takes us around the world, to places including France, Spain, the UK, Sweden and the US, as it investigates this super organism that we are completely dependent on - earth.
. The South Australia Paddock Labs project Over the last several decades Australian crop growers have been increasingly challenged by rising temperatures and input costs, increasing rainfall variability, and declining soil health. Improving soil health is widely recognised as a key mechanism to address these challenges, not least for improving drought resilience. Healthy, functioning soils store water by acting as a sponge. Innovative Australian croppers have been leading the way to build healthy soils for drought resilience. In this ‘Paddock Labs for Drought Resilience’ project (2021-2022), we supported experimentation with, and adoption of, drought resilient cropping practices in South Australia. This episode: Trials with alternative fertilisers Towards the end of the Paddock Labs process, we hosted a peer learning session, where two focus farmers shared their experiences and lessons with alternative fertilisers. Tom Robinson shares and answers other farmers’ questions about his experiments with summer crops and grazing, seed coatings, sap testing and foliars, and crop nutrition management. He also shares a video of his set up for coating his seeds with Johnson Su fertiliser and then transferring to the truck.David Foster shares the design and results of his replicated trials with deeping ripping, companion planting with alternative fertilisers, such as manures, and what he calls synergy planting. He talks about the benefits of sowing wheat and beans and sweet corn and beans together, including a ‘doubling of root mass’ and nitrogen deficiencies where the beans weren’t included. More information This project is supported by Soils for Life, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund. To learn more about the South Australia Paddock Labs here: 🤍 Contact us at 🤍 for any further information. Chapters 0:00 Introduction and instructions 1:03 Introduction to farmer Tom Robinson 1:35 Tom Robinson - Enterprises and practices 4:40 Tom Robinson - Rainfall 5:37 Tom Robonson - Johnson Su compost 7:23 Question: What is the timeline for creating compost tea? 8:16 Question: How do you keep the compost tea cool? 12:06 Question: Do you roller crimp your paddocks? 14:03 Question: What inputs do you use in your paddocks? 15:15 Nitrogen sampling and tracking 18:18 Sap testing 19:32 Introduction to David Foster & David Davenport 20:12 Trial: Beans as a soil amendment for wheat 21:19 Results of trial 23:17 Yield data 25:48 Isolated trails with beans and corn 27:00 Results and findings: Fungal associations 27:46 Replicated trials for 2022 29:58 Results: Better root mass & penetration, more earthworms 34:38 Input costs and commercial fertiliser 36:13 Question: Could you seed two or more crops at the same time at different depths? 39:03 Thanks and acknowledgements #soilsforlife #paddocklabs #southaustralia #cropgrowers #soilmentorapp #nicolemasters #soilmonitoring
Soil is the foundation for an abundant and healthy garden. Here are 5 tips that will build you awesome soil. Thanks for the kind words and support 😁🐕❤️ Merchandise: jamesprigioni.com Amazon Store: 🤍amazon.com/shop/thegardeningchannelwithjamesprigioni MY FAVORITE GARDEN PRODUCTS 🧰 💯 → Birdies Raised Beds: COUPON CODE: TUCK 🤍 →Amazon affiliate link: 🤍 → Sulfur Dust for Fungal Diseases: 🤍 → UV Resistant Marker: 🤍 → 40% Shade Cloth- 🤍 → Garden Straw Mini: 🤍 → Coco Coir: 🤍 → Vermiculite: 🤍 →Perlite: 🤍 →Mykos Pure Mycorrhizal Inoculant: 🤍 →6 Mil Greenhouse plastic: 🤍 →Row Cover: 🤍 →Neem Oil: 🤍 →Insect Netting: 🤍 →BT Spray for Brassicas: 🤍 →Pruners I use: 🤍 →Tomato Clips: 🤍 →Square Foot Gardening Book: 🤍 →My Boots 🤍 ALSO FIND ME ON →Facebook: 🤍 →Twitter: 🤍 →Instagram: 🤍 →Contact: (Business Only) thefranchisse3🤍gmail.com
Aloha! Join me as I guide you through my potting mix recipes for the perfect soil by plant type. I've crafted these mixes to simulate the natural environment that plants grow in. And I'm here to tell you that these custom soil mixes are a total game-changer when it comes to preventing root rot. These four mixes will be my go to potting soil mixtures moving forward. ⭐️WAYS TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL (and get something back❤️)⭐️ 👉Become A Channel Member and Get Special Perks: 🤍 👉Shop My Fave Products: *Soltech Solutions Grow Lights: Use code: ALOHA for 15% off: 🤍 *Amazon Storefront: 🤍 OTHER PRODUCTS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO (NON-SPONSORED): Premium Potting Soil: 🤍 *MUSIC FROM EPIDEMIC SOUND: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 0:39 Potting mix ingriedients 0:44 Perlite 1:30 Pumice 1:47 Pine Bark 2:21 Horticultural charcoal 2:36 Coco coir 2:55 Premium potting mix 3:12 Orchid potting mix 3:51 Epiphyte potting soil mix and/or 1st aroid potting mix 4:16 List of plants to use Epiphyte Mix for 4:49 Epiphyte potting mix recipe 5:24 Forest Floor Mix and/or 2nd aroid potting mix 5:50 List of plants to use Forest Floor Mix for 5:57 Forest Floor Mix recipe 6:30 Basic Mix 7:37 List of plants to use Basic Mix for 7:43 Basic Mix recipe 8:23 Cacti and Succulent Mix 8:27 List of plants to use Cacti and Succulent Mix for 8:38 Premium store-bought Cacti and Succulent Mix 8:49 Bonsai Jack's Gritty Mix 9:22 Which Cacti and Succulent mix is better? 10:44 The Cacti and Succulent Mix I will be using moving forward _ "Aloha Plant Life" is a channel produced by me, Drea Williams, featuring all things plants. The purpose of this channel is to educate, entertain, and discuss anything and everything related to plants. I believe everyone is capable of having a "green thumb", so let me help you find yours while having some fun along the way. Reach out with any questions and/or suggestions in the comments below or on Instagram and Facebook 🤍alohaplantlife Business inquiries: alohaplantlife🤍gmail.com Send Mail To: Drea Williams 3400 Coit Rd. PO Box 260555 Plano, TX 75026 Don't miss out on all the latest and greatest happenings! ❤️ SUBSCRIBE/FOLLOW 👇 ▶️ Subscribe to my YouTube: 🤍 ▶️ Follow on Instagram: 🤍 ▶️ Follow on Facebook: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: *Starred links are affiliate links. This means that I might get a small commission if you purchase through that link at no extra cost to you. I totally understand if you don't wish to shop through those links, but know that these are products I love and use regularly! All opinions and views in this video are my own. This video is not sponsored. #soilmix #plantycare #alohaplantlife #houseplants #plantlife #plantcare #plantcaretips #plantpeople #houseplantcommunity #aroids #pottingsoil #pottingmix #soil #plants
Leaf mould is the best sustainable and regenerative amendment for your garden! In the modern society we tend to separate and label good and bad but in nature you actually find both which create a balance like ying and yang. I made this for the first time a few years ago after reading the Jadam book. Leaf mould contains such a huge diversity of microorganisms, fungi etc and you can use it to regenerate intensively farmed land, loosen up thick mulch, increase the plants resistant to pest and disease and add biodiversity to soil which is not active. I see plants like our body, if you never expose it to bacteria but you keep it protected in a dome, at the first contact with any disease it will just collapse. INGREDIENTS: - 5 x gallon of water - 1 or 2 x scoops leaf mould - 1 x boiled potato - A few rocks - 1 x Tbsp sea salt - 1 x paint stainer or even a pair of socks STEP BY STEP: - Find an area with high vegetation (ideally where you see mycelium on the ground, it looks like white fluffy stuff) - Move the first layer of leaves - Collect the well decomposed layer of leaves, brown earthy material - Prepare 5 gallon of water in a bucket - Add your sea salt (full of minerals and good in low quantity) - Mix well - To your paint strainer bag add rocks at the bottom, one boiled potato and your leaf mould - Add the bag to the water and knead and squeeze for a few minutes - Suspend in water with a stick - Cover and wait 2-3 days depending on the weather conditions - When foamy = biology activity - Dilute 1:50 with unchlorinated water - Water as soil drench or spray over plants NEW VIDEO OUT EVERY DAY MY NEW BOOK: → pre order it here: 🤍 LINK TO PRODUCTS I USE:: → Bokashi Grains (Use code Spicymoustache for 10% discount): 🤍 → The cheapest and easier Greenhouse: 🤍 → YouTube video Equipment: 🤍 → Garden Equipment: 🤍 GARDENING BOOKS: → Jadam Organic Farming: 🤍 → Jadam Organic Pest and Disease Control: 🤍 → Jadam Natural Pesticides: 🤍 → Growing in container: 🤍 → Rebel gardening: 🤍 SUPPORT MY WORK: → Buy me a Plant: https: 🤍 → Patreon: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: → Instagram: 🤍 → TikTok: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍 → Reddit: 🤍 → Twitter: 🤍 CHANNEL MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: → → Keyword research tool: for YouTube (TubeBuddy): 🤍 GRAPHICS: → Logo, Merchandise, Thumbnails: 🤍 Copyright 🤍 Spicymoustache 2020. Any reproduction or illegal distribution of the content in any form will result in immediate action against the person concerned. DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel so I can continue to provide you with free content each week!
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A group of around 15 NRCS soil scientists helped out with lab sampling soils at the Smithsonian site, near Annapolis, MD. This video is a quick demo of the sampling process and includes everything from digging the pit to collecting soil, to shaving clods. These soils were packed up and sent to the laboratory for analysis. (From Ben Marshall – Frederick, MD) USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
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How To Fix Poor Soil, Bringing Dead Soil Back To Life - Regenerating Soil, Creating living Soil, Fix Soil Compaction When creating a garden bed it's important to build healthy soil. This greenhouse bed has very compact soil, which is dead soil with very little soil life. In this video i will gegenerate the soil in the greenhouse and create the conditions to bring garden soil back to life and be hospitable for growing plants. Transform dirt into healthy soil, transforming dead soil into living soil, Creating Soil Life, building soil life If you like our work and would like to support our channel please consider becoming a patron; 🤍 or you can make a one off donation to the channel here; 🤍 Clawed Garden Gloves 🤍 I film everything on my phone 🤍 Our Amazon Wish List 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍
I have been building healthy soil for years, and this is how I do it! Thanks for the kind words and support 😁🐕❤️ Merchandise: jamesprigioni.com Amazon Store: 🤍amazon.com/shop/thegardeningchannelwithjamesprigioni MY FAVORITE GARDEN PRODUCTS 🧰 💯 → Birdies Raised Beds: COUPON CODE: TUCK 🤍 →Amazon affiliate link: 🤍 → Sulfur Dust for Fungal Diseases: 🤍 → UV Resistant Marker: 🤍 → 40% Shade Cloth- 🤍 → Garden Straw Mini: 🤍 → Coco Coir: 🤍 → Vermiculite: 🤍 →Perlite: 🤍 →Mykos Pure Mycorrhizal Inoculant: 🤍 →6 Mil Greenhouse plastic: 🤍 →Row Cover: 🤍 →Neem Oil: 🤍 →Insect Netting: 🤍 →BT Spray for Brassicas: 🤍 →Pruners I use: 🤍 →Tomato Clips: 🤍 →Square Foot Gardening Book: 🤍 →My Boots 🤍 ALSO FIND ME ON →Facebook: 🤍 →Twitter: 🤍 →Instagram: 🤍 →Contact: (Business Only) thefranchisse3🤍gmail.com
FCP Living Soil correspondent Rion Naus and intrepid camera operator and man of many questions Tom Hymes visit Steve Cantwell and the Green Life Productions team in Nevada. 22 cycles and counting... Discount code for Grassroots Fabric Pots online store: 🤍 FCP5