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Natalie Lounsbury

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Podcast about soil intended for farmers, educators, and students. Host Natalie Lounsbury is a cover crop enthusiast, graduate student, and farmer. Interviewees are some of the leaders in soil health. Full transcripts available at www.soilpodcast.com.This project was supported by a grant from Northeast SARE (www.nesare.org)

Latest Episodes

Episode 1: What does organic matter do for your soil?

The first of four episodes devoted to soil organic matter. In this episode, we get into the physical, biological, and chemical role of soil organic matter. Organic matter affects water dynamics, is the food for soil organisms, and contributes to cation exchange capacity. Featuring: Johannes Lehmann, Ray Weil, Ivan Fernandez, and Charlie White.

19 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Episode 1: What does organic matter do for your soil?

Episode 2: Where does soil organic matter come from?

Second episode in a four part series about soil organic matter. This episode delves into the carbon cycle to get a better understanding of where soil organic matter comes from, with particular attention on photosynthesis and respiration. Featuring: Ray Weil, Johannes Lehmann, Stephanie Yarwood, and Steve Groff.

21 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Episode 2: Where does soil organic matter come from?

Episode 3: What is soil organic matter, really?

The third episode in a series of four about soil organic matter. Now that we've covered the basics in episodes 1 & 2, this episode gets into more detail about what soil organic matter really is--and the answer is mostly dead microbial cells! Featuring: Johannes Lehmann, Ray Weil, Cynthia Kallenbach.

25 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Episode 3: What is soil organic matter, really?

Episode 4: How does soil organic matter stick around?

In the fourth and final episode devoted to soil organic matter, we get into how texture, aggregation, and the microbial community itself affect organic matter storage. Featuring: Stephanie Yarwood, Johannes Lehmann, Charlie White, and Cynthia Kallenbach.

24 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Episode 4: How does soil organic matter stick around?
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Latest Episodes

Episode 1: What does organic matter do for your soil?

The first of four episodes devoted to soil organic matter. In this episode, we get into the physical, biological, and chemical role of soil organic matter. Organic matter affects water dynamics, is the food for soil organisms, and contributes to cation exchange capacity. Featuring: Johannes Lehmann, Ray Weil, Ivan Fernandez, and Charlie White.

19 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 1: What does organic matter do for your soil?

Episode 2: Where does soil organic matter come from?

Second episode in a four part series about soil organic matter. This episode delves into the carbon cycle to get a better understanding of where soil organic matter comes from, with particular attention on photosynthesis and respiration. Featuring: Ray Weil, Johannes Lehmann, Stephanie Yarwood, and Steve Groff.

21 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 2: Where does soil organic matter come from?

Episode 3: What is soil organic matter, really?

The third episode in a series of four about soil organic matter. Now that we've covered the basics in episodes 1 & 2, this episode gets into more detail about what soil organic matter really is--and the answer is mostly dead microbial cells! Featuring: Johannes Lehmann, Ray Weil, Cynthia Kallenbach.

25 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 3: What is soil organic matter, really?

Episode 4: How does soil organic matter stick around?

In the fourth and final episode devoted to soil organic matter, we get into how texture, aggregation, and the microbial community itself affect organic matter storage. Featuring: Stephanie Yarwood, Johannes Lehmann, Charlie White, and Cynthia Kallenbach.

24 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Episode 4: How does soil organic matter stick around?
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