30 episodes

This podcast series is designed for food producers seeking to increase the nutrient density, flavour and medicinal value of their produce. You will discover multiple strategies to increase profitability, productivity and sustainability, in a wonderful win/win scenario. Nutrition Farming will help you reclaim your passion for the most important of all professions.

Nutrition Farming Podcast Graeme Sait

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 56 Ratings

This podcast series is designed for food producers seeking to increase the nutrient density, flavour and medicinal value of their produce. You will discover multiple strategies to increase profitability, productivity and sustainability, in a wonderful win/win scenario. Nutrition Farming will help you reclaim your passion for the most important of all professions.

    Synergistic Strategies and their Profit Potential

    Synergistic Strategies and their Profit Potential

    In this episode, the focus is upon synergy. We will explore a hugely important synergy involving the profound relationship between boron, silica and calcium. I will share some innovative techniques to address this trio. In a new segment called 'Gold From the Vaults', we will review the legacy of the iconic US consultant, Jerry Brunetti.We will also look a little more closely at the potential of the powerful, natural plant growth promoter, triacontanol. Finally, we will look at the hype and truths surrounding the benefits of bone broth. Here I’ll share a remarkable bone broth recipe, that could well prove a nutrient-dense game changer for some of you.

    • 2 hr 3 min
    pH Power - Mastering Management of Soil Acidity and Alkalinity

    pH Power - Mastering Management of Soil Acidity and Alkalinity

    In this episode, we are set to dive deep into the intricacies of soil pH. What are the mechanics of this soil test parameter? How are plants and soil microbes impacted by acidity and alkalinity? You will discover that this measure of soil health can have a profound impact on crop production and soil health. Additionally, you will learn how to best counter pH extremes to optimise soil productivity. In the Human Health component of the podcast, our focus will remain on the acid/alkaline balance. Here, you will recognise the validity and potential of monitoring urine pH as a guideline for your ongoing health and longevity.

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Holistic Nutrition for Plants and People

    Holistic Nutrition for Plants and People

    In Season 4's premiere, we continue our deep dive into a holistic approach to profitable food production, planetary wellness, and the health of you and your family. You will be amazed to hear about the benefits of addressing cobalt nutrition when this micronutrient is so commonly ignored. You will discover the many benefits of humates and learn how to build protein and fight disease in legume crops. The human health segment focuses on the root causes of cardiovascular distress with an emphasis on the potential of proteolytic enzymes. The Rewarding Recipe for this episode involves practical guidelines for DIY fertilizers, including what goes with what and the most productive application rates. The illuminating interview features a fascinating conversation between Graeme and leading Canadian-based consultant, Joel Williams.



    Timestamps:

    (03:52) – Holistic Plant Nutrition - Considering Cobalt

    (21:56) – Five Planet Saving Strategies

    (34:18) – Understanding Humates and Antioxidant Tips

    (58:50) – Fava Beans - Building Protein and Fighting Disease

    (01:39:17) – Human Health - The Proteolytic Imperative - Improving Heart Health

    (01:53:31) – Illuminating Interviews - Graeme chats with leading Canadian consultant, Joel Williams

    (02:50:17) – Rewarding Recipes - DIY liquids - What Goes with What and How Much Is Needed

    • 3 hr 12 min
    Small Beginnings - The Dynamics of DIY Living Fertilisers

    Small Beginnings - The Dynamics of DIY Living Fertilisers

    The Nutrition farming podcast is back! Episode 5 of Series 3 is entitled,  “Small Beginnings - the Dynamics of DIY, Living Fertilisers”. In this fascinating session, the focus will be on building soil biodiversity and problem solving with microbial inoculums that can be produced inexpensively on the farm. There is an in-depth look at the often unrealised potential of seed treatment. The rewarding recipe involves a versatile lactobacillus tea. The human health fits the story line in that we are drilling down to a cellular level as a strategy to boost longevity, via awareness of the roles of our telomeres. The Illuminating interview this episode involves revelations from Grant Sims, the innovative broadacre farmer and consultant who was one of the founding members of the wonderful Victorian No-Till Association.

    • 2 hr 47 min
    Proactivity vs Reactivity - Returning to Root Causes

    Proactivity vs Reactivity - Returning to Root Causes

    Episode 4 of Series 3 of The Nutrition Farming Podcast is called “Proactivity vs Reactivity - Returning to Root Causes”. In this pearl-packed, six session episode you will discover the secrets of optimal lucerne (alfalfa) production, anaerobic compost benefits, and proactive pest management. Five politically incorrect jokes preface a health segment based upon managing mental wellness. The Illuminating Interview features the accomplished US consultant, Bob Schaffer. Finally, in the Rewarding Recipe segment, you will learn how to make a remarkable, health drink called a “shrub”.

    Part 1 - Nutrition Farming Tools @ 2:19 - The secrets of optimising lucerne (alfalfa) production. Here you will also learn novel uses for this high protein legume, including the production of protozoa tea and DIY triacontanol.

    Part 2 - Three Questions @ 33:17 - Discover how to manage fungal disease without chemicals, learn the dynamics of successful anaerobic composting, and understand the potential of aloe vera on the farm and in your body.

    Part 3 - Joke time @ 1:16:58 - Time for some laughter with Graeme’s  irreverent humour.

    Part 4 - Health Help @ 1:29:45 - Understand a nutrition-based approach to avoiding the dreaded “black dog”, in this session on proactive mental wellness.

    Part 5 - Illuminating Interview @ 1:58:21 - The wonderful US teacher/farmer, Bob Schaffer shares his invaluable wisdom in this fascinating chat.

    Part 6 - Rewarding Recipes @ 3:20:02 - Here you will discover a powerhouse health drink based upon apple cider vinegar called a “Shrub”.



    To find your closest Nutri-Tech Solutions Distributor... Please call our NTS Customer Service Team on (07) 54 729 900 if you live in Australia, and for all international enquiries please email Trevor on trevor@nutri-tech.com.au

    If you are interested in one-on-one Zoom consultation with Graeme Sait, please email Graeme on graeme@nutri-tech.com.au



    Credits: Acoustic tracks by Sky Toes.

    • 3 hr 37 min
    Pushing Performance - Plant Therapy, Trichoderma and Two-Minute Health Tips

    Pushing Performance - Plant Therapy, Trichoderma and Two-Minute Health Tips

    Episode 3 of Series 3 of the Nutrition Farming Podcast features a deep dive into plant analysis for enhanced profitability. The Three Questions segment covers fungal disease management, with a focus upon brown rot. There is also a fascinating discussion of the potential of Yacons, as an alternative high value crop. There are four memorable jokes and a Human Health feature entitled, “Ten Two Minute Tips for the Time Starved”. A DIY trichoderma extract is the focus of the Rewarding Recipe segment . The Illuminating Interview in this episode features a fascinating chat with Author/ Educator/ Film maker, Cyndi O’Meara.



    Nutrition Farming Tools @ 2:31 (Discover plant analysis as a productivity tool in this how, why, where and when? expose of an invaluable productivity tool.)

    Three Questions @ 33:35 (Understand fungal disease and how it can be proactively managed. Learn about the diverse benefits of Yacons, and their exciting potential as a cash crop. Understand the root cause of skin inflammation and how it can be countered).

    Humor @ 1:16:43 (Get the oxygen flowing with Graeme’s irreverent humour.)

    Health Help @ 1:25:16 (Discover a short, sweet, life changing game plan in a wellness segment entitled “Ten Two-Minute Tips for the Time Starved”.)

    Illuminating Interviews @ 1:59:04 (The dynamic author / educator: Cyndi O’Meara is Graeme’s live wire guest this episode. She shares her insights into changing habits, sustainable farming and regenerative diets.)

    Rewarding Recipe @ 3:04:29 (Trichoderma are amongst the most versatile of beneficials. They control over 30 diseases, they boost immunity, root growth and resilience, and they solubilise phosphorous and build humus. Discover how they can be multiplied in a 40-day compost and then extracted to create a powerhouse liquid inoculum.)



    To find your closest Nutri-Tech Solutions Distributor... Please call our NTS Customer Service Team on (07) 54 729 900 if you live in Australia, and for all international enquiries please email Trevor on trevor@nutri-tech.com.au



    If you are interested in our Certificate in Nutrition Farming course, yacon rhizomes or a one-on-one Zoom consultation with Graeme Sait, please email his PA on victoria@nutri-tech.com.au



    Credits: Acoustic tracks by Sky Toes.

    • 3 hr 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
56 Ratings

56 Ratings

Runrabbitrun154 ,

Excellent production/information.

Graeme manages to break down the complex mechanisms related to plant growth, and soil and human health and present them in understandable and actionable ways for farmers seeking to work alongside their soils and crops.

Very much appreciate his sharing of DIY recipes, which make it clear that his primary goal is to spread the knowledge he has gathered and help farmers produce healthy and profitable crops that steps radically away form the current industrial agricultural model.

Enjoying, too, the longer format offered in the second season. Graeme’s podcast is one of the few that I repeatedly re-visit for another listen. Have a look at the show notes for the helpful timestamps.

Keep it up, Graeme! All the best from Central Maine, USA.

Swayzerino ,

Great show!

Graeme does a great job on this podcast. Tons of information makes listening to each episode a few times a must. Thanks Graeme!

love the soil microbes ,

Zambian farmer

Love listening and learning from you. Thanks so much for your time and effort. It’s always so interesting. Crops and animals are always happier and healthier when we farm the soil.
We keep on changing. Thanks again.

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