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Show notes, etc are at http://bdnow.org/bd-now-036-michael-phillips-organic-orchardist-and-author-of-mycorrhizal-planet-how-symbiotic-fungi-work-with-roots-to-support-plant-health-and-build-soil-fertility

Welcome episode 36 of the Biodynmiacs Now! Investigative Farming and Restorative Nutrition podcast. Your host is Allan Balliett Our guest today is apple orchardist Michael Phillips, Author of Mycorrhizael Planet How Symbiotic Fungi Work with Roots to Support Plant Health and Build Soil Fertility Mycorrhizal Planet abounds with insights into “fungal consciousness” and offers practical, regenerative techniques that are pertinent to gardeners, landscapers, orchardists, foresters, and farmers. Michael’s fungal insights will resonate with everyone who is fascinated with the unseen workings of nature and concerned about maintaining and restoring the health of our soils, our climate, and the quality of life on Earth for generations to come

 Michael Phillips is a farmer, writer, carpenter, orchard consultant, and speaker who lives in northern New Hampshire, where he grow apples and a variety of medicinal herbs with his wife, nancy. Michael is the author of The Apple Grower (Chelsea Green, 2005) and The Holistic Orchard (2011), and teamed up with Nancy to write The Herbalist's Way (2005). His Lost Nation Orchard is part of the Holistic Orchard Network, and Michael also leads the community orchard movement at www.GrowOrganicApples.com The show notes for today's conversation are at bdnow.org

 

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Direct download: BDNOW036MichaelPhillipsMycorrhizalPlanet.mp3
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