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Virtual: Regeneratively Grown Seed

March 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5

Regeneratively Grown Seed

Join John Kempf and Keith Berns on Tuesday, March 19th at 12:00pm CT to discuss seeds, where they come from and why it matters.

Instinctively, we know that when a seed germinates quickly, producing a healthy, dark green seedling, that plant is off to a good start and will likely produce a high yielding crop. On the flip side, we get a sinking feeling when germination is slower than anticipated, followed by the emergence of a pale, weak seedling. The difference in these two outcomes can greatly influence the economic viability of a crop.

What are the conditions that create a robust seed, equipped with the nutrition it needs to grow with vigor? How greatly does the health of the parent plants and microbial diversity of the soils in which it’s grown impact the seed produced? What can you do as a grower to provide nutrition for your seeds before they go into the ground and how can you ensure the seed you purchase is of high quality?

We’ll be diving into this very topic with John Kempf on March 19th to kick-off our Regeneratively Grown Seed Webinar Series. Following our talk with John, we’ll be interviewing four of our cover crop seed growers over the coming weeks to learn more about how Green Cover seed is grown, who is growing it and how we ensure the highest quality seed for our customers.

Looking to do some study prep? Read John Kempf’s Seeds and Seedlings with Speed article in preparation for the webinar and bring your questions for Q&A!

Register for the Webinar


March 19
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5