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Videos & Presentations

What are we watching and learning about soil health?

 Adaptive Challenges - A Soil, Conservation, and Place Supplement


A Grass-Roots Movement For Healthy Soil Spreads Among Farmers


USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service – The Science of Soil Health video series


Benefits of No-till Farming


Changing The Way We Think About Soil Microbes




Cycle, Re-cycle, Repeat


Discover the Cover


Dynamic Cropping Systems


Fighting Plant Disease with Microbes


Flail Mowing Cover Crops at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Getting a Handle on Mineralizable N in Soils


Growing Money and Soil at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Hay Mulch for Vegetables and Soil at Potomac Vegetable Farms


How Healthy Soil Should Look


Intensive Composting at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Natural Systems and Weeds


Nature's Way of Extracting Minerals from Soil


Nightcrawlers and Soil Water Flow


Overseeding Cover Crops into Fall Vegetables at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Soil Feeds Plants, and Vice Versa


Soil Spading for Gentle Tillage at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Soil Stability Test


Systems in Agroecology


Understanding the Value of Legumes and Nitrogen-Fixing Microbes


Using Cover Crops to Soak up Nutrients for the Next Crop


Using Insects to Manage Pests


The “Vacation Year” Cover Crop Rotation at Potomac Vegetable Farms


What Happens When You Till?


Without Carrot or Stick


USDA-NRCS East National Technology Support Team. 2012. Under Cover Farmers - Featured Length


Brown, G. 2014. Grazing Cover Crops and Benefits for Livestock Operations. Presentation at the USDA-SARE National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health.


Organic No-Till Farming - This video features Dr. Kathleen Delate of Iowa State University with funding from USDA-NIFA, USDA Agricultural Research Service, The Rodale Institute, The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, and CERES.


USDA NRCS Webinar Portal


Starting with Soil at Waterpenny Farm


No-Till Vegetable Experiments at Fauquier Education Farm


Fine-Tuning Fertility at Potomac Vegetable Farms


Experiments with No-Till Cover Crops at Potomac Vegetable Farms

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