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The No-Till Flowers Podcast

Jan 22, 2023

Guest Laura Beth Resnick of Butterbee Farm in Maryland joins host Jennie Love again to discuss building and rebuilding a successful farm business over the past decade. 

Covered in this episode are:

- Finding land to farm
- Pros and cons of renting versus buying farm land
- Funding sources for land and infrastructure
-...


Jan 8, 2023

Host Jennie Love walks listeners through a clear and detailed description of how she has prepared no-till beds at her farm over the seasons.  She goes into particular detail about the "deep mulch system" that many smaller diversified farms use for no-till bed preparation.  Jennie also discusses her own journey...


Dec 27, 2022

Welcome to Season 3 of the No-Till Flowers podcast!  Emma Horswill from Earthenry Farm in Tasmania joins host, Jennie Love, for a lovely chat that hits on several important regenerative farming practices. 

The primary focus of this episode is irrigation, particularly an approach to it called "pulse watering".  Other...


Nov 18, 2022

Do you view your farm as a production space? A landscape that should generate x number of stems in x square feet for x amount of dollars each season?  Many farmers do.  In this episode, host Jennie Love encourages listeners to look at their farms as whole ecosystems that serves millions of lives, not just your...


Oct 4, 2022

In this episode, host Jennie Love is joined by farmer Matt Arthur of BLH Farm to dive into bokashi and worm farming at a scale that can actually provide a large volume of high-quality compost and castings for a small farm. 

If you've struggled with making compost on your farm or finding well-aged, herbicide-free compost...