What regenerative farmers need to understand about micronutrient deficiencies | John Kempf, AEA

In order to establish healthier soils and increase crop performance, regenerative agricultural practices rely heavily on understanding micronutrient deficiencies.

In this video, AEA Founder John Kempf discusses the accuracy of testing measures, applications of nutrients, preferred nutrient form, and effective management practices.

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.

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