754: Daniel Sweeney on Seven Springs Farm Supply, Part 2.
What is Healthy Soil?
In This Podcast:
Greg recently interviewed Daniel Sweeney and part of that conversation was worth it’s own breakout podcast episode. This episode is focused on the questions around what healthy soil is and how to improve your own soil. Listen in and see what Greg found out.
Our Guest:Daniel has been the Crop Adviser at Seven Springs since 2018 and he enjoys working with farmers and helping them find solutions. Prior to joining Seven Springs, Daniel managed, large fruit and vegetable farms. He now raises a flock of registered Shetland sheep and experiments with sunflowers and other fun cover crops. Seven Springs Farm Supply has been serving farmers and gardeners since 1990. They offer a comprehensive selection of soil amendments, growing mixes, pest and disease control products, and cover crop seeds for the organic grower.
Listen in and learn about:
- Daniel’s definition of healthy soil
- Some apps that Greg and Daniel really like for organic gardeners
- Thoughts about worm castings
- Why cover crops are beneficial
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