Jul 16, 2021
Integrated pest management, or IPM, is a system by which pests are controlled using informed decision-making techniques. Regenerative agriculture is an approach to farming that focuses on soil health and environmental recovery. In this episode, Tom Green finishes out our five part mini-series on IPM by walking us through how these two systems can work together to improve soil health, reduce pests, and help improve farmer profits.
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American Society of Agronomy and Certified Crop Advisor Program IPM Webinars: https://www.agronomy.org/education/online-courses/kellogg
Dirt to Soil: One Family’s Journey into Regenerative Agriculture by Gabe Brown: https://www.amazon.com/Dirt-Soil-Familys-Regenerative-Agriculture/dp/1603587632
Understanding Ag Consulting Group: https://understandingag.com/
Soil Health Academy: https://soilhealthacademy.org/
Kiss the Ground: https://kisstheground.com/
University of Illinois Regenerative Ag Group: https://sustainability.illinois.edu/research/illinois-regenerative-agriculture-initiative/
IPM Institute: https://ipminstitute.org/
IPM Symposium: https://ipmsymposium.org/2021/
The Kellogg Company is committed to supporting one million farmers and workers globally by the end of 2030 with programs focused on climate, social and financial resiliency. Kellogg’s Origins™ program provides farmers with training, funds, and technical assistance to adopt conservation and regenerative agriculture practices. To strengthen these programs across North America, Kellogg is investing in science-based integrated pest management (IPM) training for the agronomy professionals farmers turn to for practical guidance. Visit www.KelloggCompany.com or www.OpenforBreakfast.com to learn more.
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