Joining us today is Andrew Hammermeister, the Director of the Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada (OACC) and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Agriculture at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada. He sits down to discuss his history in the field, and the lesser-known intricacies of organic farming.
Dr. Hammermeister has worked with the OACC since 2002 and has been involved in the research of grain and vegetable cropping rotations/systems, soil amendments, low-till organic production, and more. What has he uncovered in his years of work as an expert in organic farming? Tune in now to find out…
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In this conversation, we cover:
- What led Dr. Hammermeister’s interest in organic agriculture research.
- Common misconceptions connected with organic farming.
- What organic farmers are often criticized for.
- The key ecological approaches associated with organic gardening.
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