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The No-Till Market Garden Podcast is a nuts and bolts (and earthworms and microbes) look at how to run a productive, profitable no-till market garden for small and mid-sized farmers.

The No-Till Market Garden Podcast Farmer Jesse

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 165 Ratings

The No-Till Market Garden Podcast is a nuts and bolts (and earthworms and microbes) look at how to run a productive, profitable no-till market garden for small and mid-sized farmers.

    Jodi Roebuck - Roebuck Farm

    Jodi Roebuck - Roebuck Farm

    Jodi Roebuck joins the show this week to talk about doing high production field crops in New Zealand where they manage massive amounts of rain and wind. We also discuss micro greens and other high profit crops.

    http://www.roebuckfarm.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roebuckfarm/
    Video mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnsQXIiWim4

    Sponsors: www.Growers.co + www.farmersweb.com
    Major Supporters: Scott Snodgrass and Jean Martin Fortier
    Support our work at www.patreon.com/notillgrowers

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Matthew and Nancy - Buffalo Seed Company

    Matthew and Nancy - Buffalo Seed Company

    Excited to be joined by Matthew and Nancy Kost of Buffalo Seed Company to talk about transitioning to no-till in their seed production in the midwest. 

    www.Buffaloseedcompany.com

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_buffalo_seed_company/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebuffaloseedcompany



    Sponsors: www.growers.co and www.bcsamerica.com



    Support us at www.patreon.com/notillgrowers 

    www.notillgrowers.com

     

    Major supporters: Jean-Martin Fortier and Scott Snodgrass

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Christine Jones - Amazing Carbon

    Christine Jones - Amazing Carbon

    In a follow up to my summer short interview with Dr. Chstine Jones about microbial quorum sensing and how it applies to the market garden. 

    www.amazingcarbon.com

    Sponsors: 

    www.Farmersweb.com

    www.Growers.co

    Support us at

    www.patreon.com/notillgrowers 

    www.notillgrowers.com

     

    Major Supporters: 

    Scott Snodgrass and Jean Martin Fortier 

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Angelique and Kip - Smarter By Nature Farm

    Angelique and Kip - Smarter By Nature Farm

    Excited to be joined by Kip and Angelique of Smarter by Nature in Northern Florida to talk about their hay mulching techniques in the sub tropics. 

    site: www.smarterbynature.org
    support SBN: patreon.com/smarterbynature
    instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smarterbynature/
    Tiktok: @smarterbynature


    Sponsors: www.BCSamerica.com +
    www.growers.co

    Suppor: www patreon.com/notillgrowers

    Major supporters: Scott Snodgrass and Jean-Martin Fortier 

    www.notillgrowers.com

    • 59 min
    Niva and Yotam Kay - Pakaraka Farm

    Niva and Yotam Kay - Pakaraka Farm

    Excited to be joined by Niva and Yotam Kay of Pakaraka Farm in New Zealand to talk about their work growing no-till and off grid on small acreage. 

    site: https://www.pakarakafarm.co.nz

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pakaraka_permaculture/

    Sponsors

    Farmersweb.com

    and

    Growers.co

    Follow us at notillgrowers.com

    Support us at patreon.com/notillgrowers or Venmo: @notillgrowers

    Major supporters: Jean-Martin Fortier and Scott Snodgrass

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Jan-Hendrik Cropp - Under Cover Consultancy

    Jan-Hendrik Cropp - Under Cover Consultancy

    In today’s episode, I speak with Consultant Jan-Henrik Cropp about His unique system of growing one’s own hay and haylage for no-till systems. https://www.bodenfruchtbarkeit.net/

    Sponsored by Growers.co, BCSamerica.com and Ramblinfarmers.com 

    For more info, visit notillgrowers.com or support us at patreon.com/farmerjesse 

    Big Shoutout to major show supporters Jean Martin Fortier and Scott Snodgrass . 

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

nurtures way flower farm ,

Budding Flower Farmer

Trying to find resources for learning about no till methods and another flower farmer suggested this podcast! But I am learning soo much more too! Soil health, cover cropping, all the things a farmer needs to know to go from empty field to loads of flowers!

WoodFrogFarm ,

My favorite podcast

I found this podcast last year sometime when I was still reeling from the loss of the Farmer to Farmer podcast. I live and farm in remote Alaska surrounded by National Park and Native lands and while many folks have a little homestead garden, it is hard to find people who care to speak about regenerative market gardening in depth. I have learned so much from listening to these interviews and have new ideas to try to increase our food security with minimal outside input. I hear about books, different techniques, and tools I might otherwise never discover on my own. Most of all, I just love listening to what is going on in the small farm community. Farmer Jesse is a fantastic host and asks the best questions with his unceasing curiosity. I often listen to back episodes while working in the garden and have to keep a notebook so I can scribble ideas down. The information from the beginning has been excellent and the audio quality has just continues to improve. Thank you for putting so much time into this podcast. I highly recommend anyone interested in market gardening or small farms to listen.

Sauntering Roots Farm ,

Best Sustainable Farming Podcast!

When I started my farm a year ago, I knew I wanted to do no till, but I didn’t feel like I had a lot of resources. There was a lot of guesswork and experimentation. I really wish I would’ve known about this podcast last year! I think it would’ve majorly helped and changed the way that I initially worked and cared for my soil. That being said, I now feel like I know and understand so many different methods and ways to go about no till in different situations. I truly think this podcast has made me a better farmer, a better land/soil steward, and I have SO MANY new ideas for the next growing season. The podcast also introduced me to things like Korean natural farming and soil remineralization- things that I don’t know very much about now, but I plan to dive into some rabbit holes over the winter. If you are a farmer, a gardener, a person who’s into soil, or you care about how your food is grown, then this podcast is a must. Definitely my favorite podcast to listen to while working in the field by myself. Thank you to everyone who puts this podcast together and to all the other patron members!

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