Nutrition Farming Podcast

Nutrition Farming Podcast

By Graeme Sait
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.
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Harnessing Humus

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Harnessing Humus
In this episode of the Nutrition Farming Podcast, you will discover key strategies to boost organic matter and associated soil health. Cover cropping and compost are both considered, as part of a ten-part strategy, that also includes microbial stimulation, DIY inoculums, herbiciding alternatives and bringing back the mighty earthworm.
45:45
May 8, 2020
Special Edition - Immune Enhancement
In this second episode of The Nutrition Farming Podcast, we focus upon much needed strategies to build immune system resilience and reduce viral impact. You will discover several nutrition strategies including key minerals, vitamins, phytonutrients and probiotics to maximise your resistance.
39:28
April 24, 2020
Introduction To Nutrition Farming
In this introduction to Nutrition Farming, presenter Graeme Sait explains the core principles behind this revolutionary approach to farming. Graeme Sait is an expert on regenerative agriculture and internationally-acclaimed speaker and educator. His focus is simply on how to grow good food,  both profitably and sustainably. Nutrition Farming strategies aim to achieve maximum health and resilience for the soil, plants, livestock, people and the planet. It is a truly holistic approach that is both science-based and pragmatic; the goal is to address the root cause of problems rather than the ongoing treatment of symptoms.
36:34
February 18, 2020