3’04: Dr. Teague explains how healthy soil functions. 6’00: How soil biology gets damaged/degraded.
“We have looked for farmers who have been farming for decades and have managed to improve their soil function as a basis for increasing their net profitability. Those two things go hand in hand for successful land management and production of food. They have used biological means: they manage the plants in a manner that results in the healthiest and most productive output from the soil microbia, which then supports the plant growth.“Richard Teague
27’55: The details of successful rotation, requiring very few inputs but good management –and leading to greater stability and economic viability!