First full season using regenerative principles proves fruitful

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Todd Mason has a playbook and a lesson list for the farm project at The Ohio State University at Lima. Both come in handy as he works his way through the development of the regenerative agriculture experiment, a topic he had not tried in his own fields before signing on as the campus farmer.

“Regenerative agriculture has a lot of moving parts and you can easily miss something if you don’t document the new process,” Mason said.

The 2022 season was the first full season that had all the regenerative practices in play and Mason knows he will see different outcomes and an improving soil structure as he moves forward.
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