Controlling mite infestations with nutritional inputs & regenerative practices | Regenerative Ag

As temperatures rise in the summertime, growers across the country find themselves battling exploding mite populations. What can farmers do about this? The answer lies in proper nutritional management.

In this video, John Kempf explains the conditions that lead to increases in mite populations and the nutritional inputs that can reverse their takeover.

Advancing Eco Agriculture works with growers to create customized crop programs, combining our biological and mineral nutrition products with regenerative practices to improve crop quality, yields, and disease and insect resistance while regenerating soil health.

AEA Founder and Chief Vision Officer John Kempf is a leading crop health consultant and designer of innovative soil and plant management systems. He has a unique ability to simplify and clearly explain complex concepts in the areas of soil and plant health, and skillfully discusses the larger social and environmental impacts of food, agriculture, and ecology.

Check out the AEA website for more information:

Sign up for the AEA newsletter:

You May Also Like