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Farming Forward is a video series brought to you by the Farm Resilience Mentorship Program. Sharpen your soil health expertise with cover cropping, nitrogen management, and advanced grazing. Learn from industry experts, farmers and ranchers, and researchers from across Canada!

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Farming Forward is a video series brought to you by Farmers for Climate Solutions’ Farm Resilience Mentorship Program and the Farm Learning Hub. Visit the hub to learn more about events in your area and to access more resources about building soil health.

Latest Episodes

Farming Forward: Exploring the why of cover crops

It seems that everywhere you go right now, farmers are talking about cover crops. Producers across the country are not only using a diverse plant mix to provide feed for livestock, but also as potential solutions to compaction, a lack…

Date: 2024-05-24

Farming Forward: The economics and science behind the right rate of nitrogen fertilizer

Are crops really inefficient at taking up nitrogen? Actually, no — crops take up and store N in grain and also in stalks, stems, leaves, and roots, which can sometimes be overlooked in nitrogen removal calculations, leading some to think…

Date: 2024-05-13

Farming Forward: How to grow more soil with advanced grazing

What does soil look like after 20 years of applying the GRASS principles? (Those are covered in this video) A soil pit in this pasture that Steve Kenyon of Greener Pastures Ranching has grazed cattle on for about 20 years…

Date: 2024-04-26

Farming Forward: Tips for terminating cover crops

Cover crops can do a number of things, such as hold soil in place, cycle nutrients, suppress weed growth, and fix nitrogen. They can also interfere with planting and seeding the next crop if not terminated properly. There are several…

Date: 2024-04-15

Farming Forward: Using SWAT maps to inform nitrogen management decisions

Soil tests are one tool for determining fertilizer needs of a particular field, but several other factors impact the overall productivity of any soil zone, regardless of nutrient level. Factors such as physical make up of the soil, salinity, internal…

Date: 2024-03-28

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