Untapped Potential in Regenerative Ag

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Regeneratively managed crops should produce higher yields and profitability in the first season in most cases. If they do not produce this result, it is a reflection of the agronomic mismanagement and a focus on regenerative agriculture idealism rather than practical application. Many growers have never observed plants so healthy that they are resistant to disease and insect pressure. Plants with such abundant health perform differently from common expectations.
In this presentation, John Kempf will describe the fundamentals of managing agronomy from a biological rather than a chemistry oriented perspective, and how to produce exceptional crop responses during a regenerative agriculture transition period.