‘Regenerative’ is a fairly new term in the agricultural space. In this video, Will Metts of Metts Organix unpacks what this approach to farming is all about and how producers and consumers alike can benefit from it.
Some of our farmers in South Carolina have voiced frustration over an increase in wildlife pressure after incorporating cover crops. We sat down with Will Metts of Metts Organix to hear first hand about this experience and what to expect.
‘[Outside of the plot] you can see quite a few weeds, but inside [with the cover crops] if we were to peel it back, you would see that we don’t have any weed pressure.’ Cover crops: Nature’s way of suppressing weeds and building healthy soils at the same time! Hear producer Rupert Burrow’s experience with…
Hear S.C. farmer Rupert Burrows talk about his experience with cover crops and how he’s seen them increase soil infiltration moisture and stabilize soil temperature.
What kind of cover crop growth can you expect out of several degraded soils? Hear what Ruper Burrows, producer out of Williamsburg County, South Carolina found and how his cover crops are not only growing, but improving soil health along the way!
Dr. Kristine Nichols is a world-renowned leader in the movement to regenerate soils for healthy food, healthy people and a healthy planet. Hear our chat with Dr. Nichols where she unpacks the benefits of regenerative agriculture for healthy soils in this second part of our two-part interview.
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.