The proliferation of biological crop inputs over the last several years has been almost overwhelming. I personally believe soil biology — understanding it and working with the soil versus against it — is the next frontier for production Agriculture. That said, the world of biological soil and crop enhancements is crowded while still a bit murky. What exactly is in those jugs of biologicals, what do they do, how do farmers benefit from them, and will we use more biologicals and less chemistry on farms of tomorrow? Answers to those questions and so many more are in this discussion with Illinois farmer Greg McClure and BWFusion agronomist Sean Nettleton.
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