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The No-Till Growers Podcast Network (formerly known as 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. It's also where you can hear everything else No-Till Growers produces.
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We The Growers

Cultivation Podcast

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A Growers podcast hosted by a panel of growers based out of Southern California. We bring you perspective, best practices and discuss the latest technology in the Cannabis Industry. Our guest are knowledgeable sharing years of Cultivation experience throughout a multitude of trades within the Cannabis Industry. We are also available to watch full episodes and clips on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@WeTheGrowers
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If you are a grower or owner looking to optimize your existing or new cultivation facility or anyone looking to cultivate more in less space, then this is the show for you. Each week, join Host Michael Williamson as he travels across the country, to explore the world of vertical farming and the future of cannabis and food production through his conversations with leading industry operators, growers and executives who are demonstrating success and resilience as growers and cultivators. Each e ...
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Growers Live

No-Till Growers

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A bimonthly live show with professional ecological vegetable and flower growers, soil scientists, and small-farm centered companies from all over the world. Hosted by Josh Sattin.
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The NHGC's number one goal is to provide wealth for our members through regenerative agricutlure and sustainability. We will answer all your questions and give you advise on how to move your business in a positive direction. Whether it's through hemp growth and cultivation, hemp transporting, hemp innovations, or hemp industrial law, we hope to have you covered.
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The Seed Growers Podcast with Dan Brisebois of Tourne-Sol Co-operative Farm. Every episode I’m going to bring you a conversation with a grower who has integrated Saving Seeds into their own farm systems. Some grow seed crops to sell commercially and some do it just for their own farm use. I’m hoping their stories will make you want to save seed on your own farm... and if you already save seed on your farm, I hope it makes you want to save more!
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Today, I have TWO guests, Emily Von-Trapp of Von Trapp Flowers in VT and Linda D’arco of Little Farmhouse Flowers in NY. Emily and Linda each operate their own cut flower businesses with a focus on wholesale and winter flower bulb forcing AND they collaborate to teach flower farmers how to bring beautiful flowers to bloom during the coldest and dar…
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Today, I have TWO guests, Emily Von-Trapp of Von Trapp Flowers in VT and Linda D’arco of Little Farmhouse Flowers in NY. Emily and Linda each operate their own cut flower businesses with a focus on wholesale and winter flower bulb forcing AND they collaborate to teach flower farmers how to bring beautiful flowers to bloom during the coldest and dar…
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📺 Subscribe and watch on our Youtube channel Introduction and Background This episode of Cultivation Elevated discusses vertical farming and the future of cannabis and food production. Guest Atiyyah Ferouz is introduced as a consultant, educator, plant scientist, and CEO/co-founder of AgCann Consultancy and the International Cannabis Quality Standa…
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We The Growers sits with Dylan Knapp and Jay Schulte from BeanFiendz. In this episode, they get into how they are seeing the best results they have ever seen using both HPS and LED's, both of their backstories, and how they are creating some of the best genetics in the industry. We are also available to listen to on Spotify and Apple podcasts: http…
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Over the last 14 years, Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms has been passionate about developing growing systems to successfully grow and sell certified organic produce fifty-two weeks a year in western Tennessee. Along with his wife Ashley and six homeschooled children, he is committed to creating a family-focused farm that allows for a sustainable and …
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Over the last 14 years, Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms has been passionate about developing growing systems to successfully grow and sell certified organic produce fifty-two weeks a year in western Tennessee. Along with his wife Ashley and six homeschooled children, he is committed to creating a family-focused farm that allows for a sustainable and …
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Folks who support the show... Harnois Greenhouses for controlled environment agriculture innovation, partnering with market gardeners and farmers across North America to deliver comprehensive, turnkey, commercial greenhouse solutions. Farmhand is the all-in-one software platform and virtual assistant built by and for independent farmers. Instantly …
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📺 Subscribe and watch on our Youtube channel Veg Timing Importance: Timing veg growth is crucial for determining plant height and structure before transitioning to the flowering phase. It directly impacts yield and performance in the grow. Vegetative Phase Overview: The vegetative phase involves keeping plants under an 18-hour photo period, allowin…
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Host Mimi Casteel of Hope Well Wine talks with friend, BEE researcher, and "bee girl" herself, Sarah Red-Laird about how our farms and market gardens can promote bee health. Bee Girl Orgs mission is to educate and inspire communities to conserve bees, their flowers, and our countryside. Check out the Bee Girl Org website where you can support her v…
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Host Alex Ball sits down for a farmer roundtable with Kolin Buzerak of Starry Ridge Farm, and Caitlin and Simon Yevzelman of Cedar Field Farm to discuss how they access farm land, working with those in their community, and making their farms work in these times of high interest rates and expensive land values. We discuss the value of connecting wit…
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📺 Subscribe & Watch on YouTube European Cannabis Market Variances: The European cannabis market varies significantly depending on the country. Spain still has a significant black market presence, while countries like Switzerland, Holland, Germany, and Malta are more interested in multi-tier cultivation due to advancements in legalization and commer…
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Soil Testing. Over the years, Natalie has gotten a lot of this kind of question: why are my results from THIS lab different from my results from THAT lab? And WHY are the recommendations DIFFERENT? For this episode, she spoke with Bruce Hoskins who runs the Soil and Plant Anaylitcal Lab at The University of Maine. It's impossible to cover everythin…
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We The Growers sits with Mike from The Village and Symbiotic Genetics. They go over everything from the story behind Mimosa, what it was like living in a grow for 4 years, and how Mike is currently using IPM/Stack. We are also available to listen to on Spotify and Apple podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/5VrbpGb... https://podcasts.apple.com/u…
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"We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It's easy to say it's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem. And then there are those who see the need and respond. And I consider those people my heros." - Mr. Rogers Mimi Casteel is talking with one of HER heros, the amazing Sarah Keiser, from Wild Oat Hollow. Sh…
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📺 Subscribe & Watch on YouTube Spannabis Experience: Anders shared his personal experience at Spannabis, highlighting the vibrant social club scene in Barcelona and the excitement around cannabis culture and legalization. They particularly enjoyed the hash scene, with notable mention of Piatella hash and its unique curing process. International Tra…
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Alex Ball sits down with fellow farmer and friend Cheyenne Sundance of Sundance Harvest, Commons, & Market in Ontario, Canada. They dig deep on managing a multi-farm cooperative land-trust project, building a team around an idea, and balancing urban/rural production. Follow the prolific Cheyanne Sundance on Instagram More information on Sundance Co…
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In March, part of the No-Till Growers team went to the Organic Growers School in NC and held a roundtable with Erin of Cedar Chest Farm and Lyric and Noah of Wild East Farm about scaling-up from homestead to full-fledged farm business. We get to hear the stories of how both farms started on a very small scale and smartly grew their operations, plus…
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Got a BONUS Farmer Jesse episode this week with Ari Memar, founder of Farmhand, a personal assistant for growers. It may not surprise you, Farmer J is not the most tech-savvy guy, so we’re excited to chat with Ari about the easy-to-use program they’ve built at Farmhand to save admin time and get farmers farming more, plus how the tech world and gar…
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There is nobody who does more awesome headlines than the British. Especially the tabloids, so good. They can even manage to talk about things like compost in a way that almost brings tears of joy… “Posh compost that’s entry level.” -The Times “Luxury manures, the sweet smell of success.” -The Times “Twenty pounds for a tiny bag of poo? What really …
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On today’s episode Alex Ball of Old City Acres sits down with Hannah Weber & Michelle Brosius (½ of the management team) from Green Things Farm Collective in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Green Things was interviewed several years ago by farmer Jesse AND farmer Jackson and since then they have radically increased the scale of their no-till production and lo…
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Imagine the theme music from Masterpiece Theater… a former oil & gas accountant leaves his lucrative career and travels by bicycle to a walled garden. Mimi Casteel speaks with her friend Tim Phillips from Charlie Herring Wines in the UK. If you do nothing else, check out his website—beware the litany of web warnings!—for a darlin illustration of hi…
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We The Growers sits with Chris from Ghostbudsters and Chris Durand, head of Manufacturing at Athena. They go over how defoliation rates will affect the overall run, the differences between the EC recommendations between Blended and Pro Line, and also cover how state taxes and regulations are holding cultivators back from running a profitable busine…
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Farmer Jesse recently got the chance to speak with Daryl Ward of Sow Right Seeds about starting and running a small seed company. In particular, how seed businesses like Sow Right are dealing with new genetically modified varieties that are hitting the shelves. We also talk about home gardening, the business of selling seeds, and more. Full disclos…
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Farmer Jesse is back this week with Kyle Forest-Burns of Burns Blossom Farm, which he runs with his partner Mel, in Chico California. They discuss farming with a debilitating disease, nutrient management, and tips for new farmers. A very cool and wide-ranging talk that we’ve been waiting to have for several years. If you want to SEE the conversatio…
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On today’s special episode of The No-Till Market Garden Podcast, Alex says goodbye to his old farm and embraces the change to running and setting up a brand new no-till site for Old City Acres. We chat with two special guests, co-founder Farmer Jackson, and first year farm partner Seth Torkelson-Regan, all about renting -vs- owning (can you afford …
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Pirate radio with Mini Casteel.. keeping your nuts dry with "nutter" Justin Holt of the Asheville Nuttery. Justin has been a part of the agroforesty world since 2011--part of the Nutty Buddy Collective--he also leads tours and consulatancy around agroforestry and foraging. You going to want to listen to this one, it's quite the nut to crack. Folks …
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Today, we are doing a podcast special with Farmer Jesse and Max Epstein of Krautgaart in Luxembourg, discussing his no-dig, pay-what-you can, collaborative CSA model and a whole lot more! To see a VIDEO version of the conversation with additional photos, check it out on YouTube! Folks who support The No-Till Market Garden Podcast... Join Organic Gr…
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One of the things that I, Natalie, love about doing this podcast is the freedom to talk to just about anyone and you may have noticed that I'm pretty agnostic when it comes to getting good information. I think you can find wisdom and knowledge from farmers, scientists, EVEN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. For this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking wi…
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Mimi has another 'charming accent' interview, this time with Nicole Masters of Integrity Soils and author of For the Love of Soil. She a world leader in soil health, a very accomplished educator, and is focused on an outcomes-based approach to improving soils. She also has a joyous way of being and looking at the world, and is a delight to listen t…
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Today, Alex Ball sits down with Kat and Kolin of Startty Ridge Farm in Petersburg, NY. They dig deep into successfully carving beds into the sid eof rocky hills, building a farm business with family, and marketing a diverse selection of local products to the community. Mentioned in the show... Follow Starry Ridge Farm on Instagram Follow Alex Ball …
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