Utilizing cover crops and diversity isn’t just great for building soil health, it also serves to create a more resilient soil that can stand up against extreme weather conditions.
Nat Bradford is an heirloom vegetable farmer in Sumter County. Recently, Nat has transitioned to a more regenerative style of agriculture and talks with us about the effects thus far and his vision for the future.
The benefits of incorporating cover crops for soil building are undeniable, but there’s more to consider for a farmer than just purchasing seed and incorporating them into his operation. Don Jackson found that out first-hand.