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The No-Till Market Garden Podcast

Author: Farmer Jesse

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The No-Till Market Garden Podcast is a nuts and bolts (and earthworms and microbes) look at how to run a productive, profitable no-till market garden for small and mid-sized farmers.
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Kristyn Leach joins the show again, this time we talk symphylans infestation, 2020 seed shortages, big issues with hybrids and more! Second generation seeds: Follow: Sponsors:   and   Support our work:
Jean-Martin Fortier of La Ferme des Quatre-Temps, and Growers and Co. joins the show to talk about his experience with living pathways, his indoor and outdoor approach to fertility management, the changing culture of the small-farm movement over the last decade and where it's headed, and adds his two cents about . Just sayin'. . Sponsors:  +  + Support our work at   Major Supporters: Scott Snodgrass and Jean-Martin Fortier
Justin Gay of Seeds of Xanxadu joins the show to talk about high production micro greens and mushrooms in a backyard setting and complimenting those crops with a small number of garden beds.  YouTube: Sponsors:  +  + Support our work at   or  or Major Supporters: Scott Snodgrass and Jean-Martin Fortier
Andrew Mans - Mans Organics

Andrew Mans - Mans Organics

2021-04-1901:19:12

Andrew Mans joins us to talk about his one acre greenhouse, using sap analyses for nutrient management, intercropping on a large scale, and more.  Cat tunnels for Canada: Sponsors:  and  and My book: Support our work: Major supporters: JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass
Cover crop guru, Steve Groff joins the show to talk about his large, wholesale operation in Lancaster County, PA + can you manage all your fertility with cover crops + organic termination methods + tillage radish history + more!  book: CBD products: Twitter: IG:   Sponsors: +   Major supporters: JM Fortier + Scott Snodgrass  Support our work:
James joins the show from Washington state to talk about different bed flip options, paper pot in deep mulch, as well as a breakdown for beets, arugula, and leeks.  Sponsors:  +  + Support our work at  or at
Tracy joins the show to chat about her unique approach to baby greens, running a pay-what you can farm store, being an organic, queer-run farm, building land reparations into a farm plan, and a whole lot more.  Sponsors:    Support our work at:  or Major Supporters: JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass
Steve Larson joins the show from Akron, Ohio to talk no-till, cover crops, compost troubles, following the guidance of a few popular agronomists and more.  Sponsors: +  + Major Supporters: JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass  Learn more: Support our work at or at
Haley Roberts and Max VanderBroek join the show to chat about growing flowers, no-till vegetables, selling to chefs in covid and more.    Sponsors:  and Major supporters: JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass Pick up The Living Soil Handbook at   Support our work at .
Nazirahk Amen joins the show to talk dry land rice production, cover crops, and the economic potential of small grains. Located outside of Washington DC.  Sponsors:   Major supporters: Jean Martin Fortier and Scott Snodgrass  Support our work at Jesse's book:
Michelle Aronson joins the show to talk about her small North Carolina-based, hosting cooking classes on her market garden, ordering her plant starts, deer fencing, and more.  Sponsors:    Major supporters: Scott Snodgrass and Jean-Martin Fortier  Support our work at or
Cheyenne Sundance joins Clara to talk: winter farming in Canada + being a BIPOC farmer + interplanting + ditching salanova lettuce for the winter + food justice + way more.   Follow Cheyenne: Instagram: Follow Clara: Sponsors:  +  + Support by  and the members at
Mark joins the show to chat about interplanting, radicchio forcing, sun choke production. covid in the culinary grower world and more. Check out mark's work at https://esoterraculinary.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/esoterraculinary/ Tending the Wild (book): https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520280434/tending-the-wild My book: Sponsors: www.growers.co www.tilthsoil.com www.bcsamerica.com Supporters: JM Fortier, Scott Snodgass Support our work: www.notillgrowers.com/support or www.patreon.com/notillgrowers.
After nearly 20 years in prison, Alfred Melbourne decided he did not want to see other young kids wind up in the system so he started Three Sisters Gardens to offer an alternative. Amazing story. Amazing work.  Donate here: Instagram: Facebook: Sponsors: +  +   Patrons: JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass follow our work: Support our work:
Ann and Bob join the show from England to talk about their profit-driven market garden that they started after long, successful careers in other industries.   My book: Sponsors:     Support our work:   Big supporters: JM Fortier, Scott Snodgrass, and Veggie Cropper.
Rodale farm manager Dan Kemper joins the show to talk about working with researchers, the many trials they are doing, cover crops, animals integration, curing onions, mulch comparisons and more. Sponsors: , Major Patrons: Veggie Cropper, Jean Martin Fortier, Scott Snodgrass New Book: Support our work: ,
Todd Ulizio - Two Bear Farm

Todd Ulizio - Two Bear Farm

2021-01-2501:11:13

Todd Ulizio joins us from Montana to talk managing 13 acres in permanent beds, cross-tunnel tomatoes, and much more.    My book: Sponsors:    Major supporters: Jean-Martin Fortier, Scott Snodgrass, and Veggie Cropper.
Jayne Merner Senecal joins the show to talk about compost production in Rhode Island, inputs, using the garden to show off the compost quality, rhubarb, and much more!  Sponsors:    Supporters:  JM Fortier and Scott Snodgrass.  Support our work: Living Soil handbook:
Singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov joins me to chat market gardening, being on the road, turnips, melons, seeds, and more.  Living Soil Handbook:   Sponsors:   and  and   Support us Major Patrons:  JM Fortier, and Scott Snodgrass
Eric and Nate join us from Ann Arbor, MI, to talk about their collaborative farm and field management on 3 acres, plus the many enterprises that sustains this five-owner farm.  Sponsors:   Major supporters: JM Fortier, Scott Snodgrass and Us: support us:
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Dd l

This is just fantastic.

Nov 16th
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Tim Raley

you need the to title your podcasts so that I have an idea of what i'm going to be listening to. the name of the farm tells me nothing.

Jan 31st
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Briana Yablonski

Jesse and crew have created an outstanding community with no-till growers. The podcast shows are informative and inspiring. They provide detailed information about all aspects of no-till farming.

Nov 13th
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Madapple314

great podcast. the answers I have been looking for

Feb 26th
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