In this episode, we'll be learning about on-farm research trials that examined the role that silage tarps can play in managing agricultural soils in the winter months in British Columbia. Raelani Kesler, Master of Soil Science student with the Sustainable Agricultural Landscapes Lab, discusses the research process and key findings. Our conversation includes some of the challenges growers face managing soils in a changing climate and some of the tradeoffs associated with cover crops and tarps on the farm.
The link to the project report referenced in this episode can be found here.
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Funding for this project has been provided by the governments of Canada and British Columbia under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.