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Welcome to the Soil Sense Podcast, where we believe that building healthier soils is not just a prescription, but rather a pursuit. This journey requires collaboration, curiosity, and communication among farmers, agricultural researchers, agronomists, consultants, and extension. You’re going to hear their stories and discover how and why they’re working together to make sense out of what’s happening in the soil.
 
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Native Soil

Fr. Victor Ingalls

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This is Native Soil, a podcast from Fr. Victor Ingalls and 4PM Media. Join us here to talk about our beloved state of Alabama, hear personal stories from Fr. Victor and other local guests, and discover how we can cultivate the soil of our own hearts.
 
Each episode, long-time worldbuilding duo Lauren Harris and Adryn Erickson pair with Farm to Taber's plant medicine PhD, Dr. Sarah Taber to interview experts on topics like Ancient Trade Routes or 3D Printing in Space, then use what they learned to brainstorm a sci-fi or fantasy world listeners can use and make their own.
 
(English below) 土壤是一個複雜的三度空間結構🍂🌱, 有著迷宮般的物理構造、錯綜的化學環境、多樣的食物資源、以及水與氧氣的梯度變化等龐雜因子, 這些全都壓縮在土壤這小小的空間裡。 而居住在裡面的生物除了和環境有交互作用外,物種之間之內也有交互作用。 這些過程造就了現今地下生物多樣性與群落結構。🕷🐌🐜 在這裡我們將聊聊土壤生物多樣性、群落生態與演化。 藉由文獻閱讀來分享土壤生態相關的科學新知,以及聊聊我們自己的研究經歷與想法。 歡迎各位收聽~ -- Facebook專頁: www.facebook.com/SoilBioDivPaper ---------- Welcome to listening to the podcast on soil biodiversity! 🍂🕷🐌🐜🌱 Soil ecosystem is amazing and is one of the most biodiverse terrestrial habitats. Here we discuss scientific papers on soil biota, community ec ...
 
Exploring the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or on your farm. Each week features scientists and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things! In Search of Soil is hosted and produced by Diego Footer.
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
As an addition to simply posting slides while we are working remotely, I am also recording short podcast episodes that cover major points from the soils course. The idea here is that you could review the associated slides and then listen to the podcast. My hope is that by providing something audio-based it can be more mobile, allowing you to get outside, avoiding tethering you to a computer all day.
 
Soil to Soil serves to connect the dots in the lifecycle of clothing and material culture, offering a look at how, and why, Fibershed communities are working to cultivate fiber and dye systems that build soil and protect the health of our biosphere. Can fashion and textiles, an industry known as one of the heaviest polluters on the planet, change course and even become a stakeholder in a system that benefits people and planet? From sheep to sweater, field to finished good, we invite you to j ...
 
In this series, Jim Sollecito of Sollecito Landscaping Nursery in central New York provides a series of helpful talks to help navigate the seasonal shifts that impact plants, shrubs, trees, flower beds, and garden plots. Jim focuses on the use of natural products and cultivation methods specifically adapted to this region's climate, soil composition, geology, and native ecology. Sollecito Landscaping Nursery is the first Be Green garden center licensed by the New York State Department of Env ...
 
Fertile soil brings you conversations that empower you to develop your identity in Christ, build your community, and pursue your calling in life. Jesus told his followers a parable of seeds falling on rocky ground, being choked by weeds, and withering in the sun. However, some of the seeds fell on fertile ground and those seeds multiplied and produced a great harvest. We hope this podcast helps you develop fertile soil so that God's word can take root and truly transform your life!
 
The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009, the farm's primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. The Menoken Farm has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts and is visited by groups from around the world.
 
Life in the Soil brings you the insights and voices of some of the world’s best soil scientists. Learn about soil biodiversity, why it matters, and how we can protect it. This podcast project is a collaboration between the Rillig Lab and podcaster Anja Krieger, funded through the BiodivERsA project Digging Deeper. Matthias Rillig’s lab at Freie Universität Berlin is part of the Institute of Biology and the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute of Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB). Our research fo ...
 
The Soul Soil Podcast is a place where ideas, experience, and resources come together around the topics of agriculture and spirituality with the goal of inspiring and empowering listeners to interact and cooperate with the land in a way that nourishes and sustains the human body, mind, and soul while regenerating and sustaining the land itself.
 
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Soil health has been increasingly in the spotlight in recent years, and no topic has been drawing more attention than the concept of soil carbon. Specifically, can farmers optimize the amount of carbon they pull from the air and store in the soil based on farming practices? And can that carbon sequestration reach levels where it’s part of the solut…
 
👉 這一集是四月份的最後一個部分-part 4,我們分享了三篇文章: 10.在時間動態下高山鳥類群落沿海拔梯度的空間異質性 doi.org/10.1111/jbi.14045 García-Navas, V., Sattler, T., Schmid, H. & Ozgul, A. (2021) Spatial heterogeneity in temporal dynamics of Alpine bird communities along an elevational gradient. Journal of Biogeography, 48, 886–902. © 2020 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 11.大山雀腸道微生物區系、雛鳥體重與雛鳥存活率之間的時間延遲 …
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/tyRXBAiXfdQ Synopsis: Meet Justin Castanza. Teacher, Principal and how President of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory Schools. Hear how he discovering his calling to work with young people. Also how he discovered his call to marriage and children. He is a Montgomery native and a product of Catholic schools. Montgomery ha…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Cover crops need to pay in the immediate, short, and long-term. Join me as I discuss how treating cover crops as another input on the farm that is expected to give results will pay now and in the future. Episode link: https://www.plantsdigsoil.com/podcast/023-cover-crop-roi Email: scott@plantsdigsoil.com Click for Twitter and Li…
 
We often talk on this show about soil health being a journey. Well today’s guest has been on that journey as a farmer for over 75 years. Bob Radcliffe grew up on a farm near Lennard, North Dakota in the 20s and 30s, then served in the United State Marine Corps during World War 2 and returned full time to the farm in the 1940s. Since that time he ha…
 
Scary Turds month continues! DJ Chilly Billy (Corey Taylor) and his sidekick Paul (Zach Galligan) spin crappy tales of terror on Halloween night from a radio station in Conyers, Georgia. It's, BAD CANDY, and "bad" doesn't even begin to describe this cinematic turd. We love feedback! Tweet us with your comments and suggestions for future flushes!…
 
👉 這一集是四月份的part 3,我們分享了五篇文章,其中有三篇和「生物地理學」有關,兩篇與「土壤生態」有關: 5.形狀很重要:浮游生物細胞的幾何形狀與多樣性之間的關係 doi.org/10.1111/ele.13680 Ryabov, A., Kerimoglu, O., Litchman, E., Olenina, I., Roselli, L., Basset, A., Stanca, E. & Blasius, B. (2021) Shape matters: the relationship between cell geometry and diversity in phytoplankton. Ecology Letters, 24, 847–861. © 2021 The A…
 
It's Scary Turds month! This week the Cinematic Flushers get into each other's minds to flush Neil Blomkamps' boring demon possession turd, DEMONIC. When a young woman (Carly Pope) is asked by a medical facility to help her comatose mother, she quickly finds herself on a highway to demon hell. We love feedback! Tweet us with your comments and sugge…
 
In which Lauren, Adryn, Sarah, and special guest Susan Martinez of NASA create a science-fantasy world involving questionable solar mining practices, wizard cloning, a sidebar into Adryn's brain boner for Dyson spheres, and a potential foray into space piracy.Por Lauren Harris, Adryn Erickson, Sarah Taber, Susie Martinez
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/6OcRjozwCVI Synopsis: Meet Grace Galligan. Project Manager for Native Soil! Originally from Philadelphia. Hear how she wrestled with two great passions growing up—running and photography. See how the Lord guided her each step of the way. Discover what brought her to Alabama. You will appreciate her honest words about u…
 
In which Lauren, Adryn, and Sarah thinly conceal their excitement at having a NASA Additive Manufacturing Engineer on the show, space radishes make a comeback, and the story of Food Safety's advent has its gut-rumbling beginnings in a shitty little story that put Pilsbury on the....F.O.D. map.Por Lauren Harris, Adryn Erickson, Sarah Taber, Susie Martinez
 
We are pleased to introduce Young's Greenhouse's resident houseplant expert, Shannon Davies, to our podcast! She keeps the guys on their toes with her extensive green knowledge. Blake, Brian, and Shannon discuss fall planters before taking on the diverse world of Hoyas. "It Ain't Dirt, It's Soil!" is a creation of Wayneshout Productions, produced b…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/9fliKvOVZtY Synopsis: Meet Joe Arensberg. Husband. Father of 7. Grandfather of 13. One son is a priest—Fr. Pat Arensberg, Pastor of Corpus Christi Parish in Mobile. Head of the Theology Department at McGill Toolen in Mobile and football coach. Growing up in Hawaii, hear his amazing story of how Mobile came to be his Na…
 
👉 這一集是四月份文章的part 2,我們又分享了兩篇和「生物地理學」有關的研究: 3.風的全球格局塑造樹木的遺傳分化、不對稱基因流動和遺傳多樣性 doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2017317118 Kling, M.M. & Ackerly, D.D. (2021) Global wind patterns shape genetic differentiation, asymmetric gene flow, and genetic diversity in trees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118, e2017317118. 4.海拔差異比競爭作用更有效驅動熱帶蜥蜴輻射演化的形態趨異 doi.or…
 
👉 這一集是四月份文章的part 1,介紹了兩篇和「生物地理學」有關的研究: 1.全球尺度上蘑菇子實體大小的緯度格局與驅動機制 doi.org/10.1111/ele.13678 Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Müller, J., Krah, F.S., Reinelt, A. & Halbwachs, H. (2021) Global analysis reveals an environmentally driven latitudinal pattern in mushroom size across fungal species. Ecology Letters, 24, 658–667. © 2021 The Authors. 2.山區生物由氣候所驅動的生存範…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/PJpA_n5AyeM Synopsis: Meet Sr. Mary Jordan. Originally from Ohio. Now called to spend the rest of her life, praying for us on our Native Soil. Today she explains the origins of cloistered Dominicans, their monastery in Marbury, their mission as well as how the Lord brought her to Alabama. Dig In Further: Have you ever …
 
WATCH: https://youtu.be/wifhAd79tW4 Synopsis: Meet our Native Soil’s newest priest—Fr. Alex Crow. Hear how he went from being anti-Catholic to Catholic to a Catholic priest!!! Share in his excitement and thankfulness for his newly assumed priesthood. He is currently assigned as the Parochial Vicar at Corpus Christi Parish in Mobile. Dig In Further:…
 
#RealisticRegenAg | Given this new idea that tillage does not cause organic matter loss and my idea that cover crops are basically just putting carbon in its proper place, it follows that potatoes are not inherently bad for the soil. Their problem is they disturb this layering of organic matter that protects the surface. The goal, then, is to do wh…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to Italian soil Scientist Dr. Adriano Sofo to shed some light on the importance of soil macrofauna, earthworms, beetles, ants, and the like, and their roles in building healthier soil for more sustainable agriculture. Dr. Adriano Sofo is an associate professor in the University of Basilicata in Ma…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/GFGiWYWwtc4 Synopsis: Meet Lauren Hoyer. Religion teacher at Montgomery Catholic High School. Since childhood, she had a strange pull towards Alabama. She also had a desire to teach the faith at a Catholic school. Listen to how the Lord, in His timing, brought both of these desires to fulfillment. Dig In Further: Have …
 
👉 這一集是三月份的文章,介紹了一些生物多樣性、性狀方法與演化、與生物地理的研究: [Trait-based methods] (00:53-04:02) 1.以較平衡的多性狀組合來計算物種間的功能差異 doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13537 de Bello, F., Botta-Dukát, Z., Lepš, J., & Fibich, P. (2021). Towards a more balanced combination of multiple traits when computing functional differences between species. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 12(3), 443…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to one of the pioneers in developing probiotic technology, Dr. Matthew Wood, to shed some light on what efficient microbes (EM) are, what they do to the soil, and how our soils can benefit from adding them. Dr. Matthew Wood earned his Bachelor’s degree in Soil and Atmospheric Sciences from the Uni…
 
WATCH VIDEO: https://youtu.be/McW9ubJJmvI Synopsis: Meet Dc. Hector Donastorg. Director of the Office of Hispanic Ministry. Originally from the Dominican Republic. Listen in to see how he felt CALLED to be married, be a deacon, settle his family here in our Archdiocese and much more. Dig In Further: How did God bring you and your family to the Arch…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to soil scientist Dr. Kurt Spokas of the United States Department of Agriculture to walk us through what biochar is, what it can potentially do, and what its limitations are when it comes to applying it to agricultural production. Dr. Kurt Spokas is a soil scientist at the United States Department…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to Dr. David Laird of Iowa State University to shed some light on what it means to have clay soil, what its benefits and drawbacks are on agricultural production, as well as de-mystifying some common misconceptions on clay soils. Dr. David Laird is a professor at Iowa State University Department o…
 
Bake and Brian sing the praises of Fort Wayne's Farmers Market, where they have a booth every Saturday. The laughs flow easy as grocery store hamburger is disparaged in comparison to locally-produced meats, and carrots replace candy bars in this off-the-cuff miniature episode! It Ain't Dirt, It's Soil! is a creation of Wayneshout Productions. Find …
 
#RealisticRegenAg Now that we have a way to maximize the ground cover with green plants and having living roots growing as much as the heat and the moisture will allow, we can look at ways to supercharge the system. In this episode I’ll cover ways with and without animals to increase the capacity of the system. Episode link: https://www.plantsdigso…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to 3Bar Biologic’s Dr. Jane Fife to shed some light on microbial biologics, realistic expectations of what they can do to our soils and our crops, and a little bit about the biological products industry. Dr. Jane Fife is the Chief Science Officer at 3Bar Biologics as well as an Adjunct Faculty at …
 
In our latest episode, We look at what fertilizers can do for your annuals as we head later into the summer. Then, Blake wants to talk about Japanese beetles and how to kill them, and Brian opens a discussion on the coolest new plants to hit the greenhouse, including some hard-to-find monstera and nautically themed sansevierias. It Ain't Dirt, It's…
 
In which Adryn finds a new way to annoy Lauren, and Sarah describes the advent of electric reefs (spoilers: it has to do with oil rigs), what makes current breakwater construction ineffective, and why municipalities are so hesitant to adopt electric reefs as protection for their coastlines. It's like no one told them electric reefs are the tits!…
 
“Our sense of ‘the individual’, which really began with the rise of capitalism and the forceful severing of people from land and community, led to the concept that there are categories of being that do and do not have consciousness, that are and are not alive, that do and do not have their own right to existence…and when we actually drop into our s…
 
In this episode of In Search of Soil, we have Dr. Gary Harman of Cornell University on the show to talk about what Trichoderma is, what it does to the soil and all the benefits that it brings to plants and crops. Dr. Gary Harman is a Professor Emeritus at Cornell University College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, School of Integrative Plant Scie…
 
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