Learn about Indiana farmer, Brian Miller, and his experience with carbon farming and the Agoro Carbon program so far. Brian farms corn, soy, wheat, hay, and cattle. He did his carbon research, selected a program, then his practices (cover cropping, nitrogen optimization), and has been enhancing his soil health practices over the last few years.
Did you know that changing your nitrogen (N) management practices for various crops creates opportunities for earning carbon credit payments? In many instances across the U.S., too much N is applied be properly utilized by the plant. Performing best practices around N management reduces N loss pathways from nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions and groundwater leaching […]
Upon reviewing the list of practice changes that growers can implement to enroll in a carbon credit program one that seems to generate confusion is nitrogen efficiency. What does the efficient usage of nitrogen have to do with sequestering carbon? It is important to first explain what the term “nitrogen efficiency” means in terms […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBFA-UEq6W8 “In our climate I don’t see a down side to capturing carbon. People love to romanticize the image of the farm life, nah we are production ag we are a business and ultimately you have to take the emotion out of it and be profitable.“ – Devin Moon, Washington Dryland Wheat Farmer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBFA-UEq6W8 Farmer, Devin Moon, shares his perspective on conservation ag practices and how he’s taking action towards a more profitable and sustainable future for his business.