Regenerative agriculture is in everyone’s best interest. This is true for the producer, who reap a variety of benefits from fully regenerated soil. The general idea being healthy soil is more resistant to environmental stresses; ranging from drought to disease, and will therefore produce healthier plants. This is true for consumers, who stand to gain… Read more
Over the last few years we’ve been hearing great things about vermicast (i.e. worm manure). And when farmers are talking up one kind of shit over all the other types of shit they have access to, we’ll it’s time to listen up — cause farmers know their shit. What makes worm castings so special —… Read more
if one can consistently feed the worms the exact same food then the castings produced should be of a consistent quality and thus consistently bestow the same benefits upon the crop
The Prairie Serf is an agricultural blog dedicated to discussing the past, present and future of the great Canadian farm.
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