Soil as a Service Webinar Series
Soil as a Service: it’s a new paradigm for an age-old capability. Before synthetic fertilizers and the plow, soil functioned as an ecosystem, creating microbiomes within a plant’s rhizosphere to foster symbiosis.
We revisit the ability of soil to supply the nutrients plants need to reach their genetic potential. Dr. James White, Rutgers University, joined by Dr. Kris Nichols, MyLand Research Director and Kiss the Ground co-star, discuss the role plants play in producing the exudates needed to meet growth needs.
Lance Gunderson, founder of Regen Ag Lab, and MyLand’s Dr. Kris Nichols share the importance of knowing and understanding the activity and availability of the biology in agricultural soils.
Rescheduled due to technical issues, please join Drs. Liz & Rick Haney and MyLand’s Dr. Kris Nichols will provide an in-depth look at the Haney Soil Test, from sampling and reading to real-world application of the knowledge provided by the testing.
No matter what crop you grow, if you’re invested in the productivity of your soils and searching for progressive answers to higher yields and reduced inputs, you won’t want to miss these conversations.