The Regenerative Agriculture Academy is the most comprehensive actionable course in cutting-edge regenerative agriculture (including regenerating farm profit) available that you won’t have to “unlearn” in just a few years as the science evolves.
I’d never heard of Redox Potential (Eh) before, so this course was revelatory! It was fantastic to hear about it and all the implications/ impacts it has from someone who is clearly a (the?) leader in this area. I found the subject is pretty technical, so you need to pay attention, you can’t just listen in the background as I tried to do initially.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find more cutting-edge, relevant or impactful information and experiential knowledge than what John shares in his webinars, podcasts, lectures and online courses….that is until you get the chance to attend a live training course. Be forewarned; the course will be dense. Study up, come prepared so that you can participate in the co-creation.
John has the ability to explain complex content very clear. It’s easy to understand, very good to apply and it makes a lot of sense! I’m looking forward to all the upcoming courses. It’s so much more useful than what I learned in school! Thanks for all your work.
Taking this course has deepened my knowledge of what a truly healthy plant is and how it ties into the greater ecosystem, as well as animal and human health. This is one happy soil-plant-microbe nerd! I recommend this course to anyone who wants to remove uncertainty and boost your confidence in working with plants and growing healthy food.
I gained good knowledge as to how pH and Redox potential can be used to monitor crops. Soil health is the “hot topic” and there is many functions, conditions, and variables that make soil health. This course will take you outside the box of conventional thinking and head you in the right direction.
I can say from personal experience that, as an agronomist, I have thoroughly benefited from attending many of Johns regenerative agriculture seminars and webinars. John definitely has a gift when it comes to teaching agriscience and is able to bring many different complex facets of agronomy together in an clear manner that even a novice can grasp and then begin to apply in any agricultural system.