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Demonstrating the Use of Roller Crimper Technology and Starter Fertilizer in No-Till Organic Corn

Gladis Zinati1*, Ph.D., Jeff Moyer2, and Rae Moore3 1Associate Research Scientist, 2Executive Director, and 3Research Technician Rodale Institute, 611 Siegfriedale Road, Kutztown, PA 19530 *Email: gladis.zinati@rodaleinstitute.org Published December 18, 2015 Introduction  The development of the roller-crimper has provided an alternative … Continued

Overcoming Challenges of Reduced-Till Organic Corn

Gladis Zinati1, Ph.D., Mr. Jeff Moyer1, Mr. Guillaume Tant2 Associate Research Scientist, Executive Director, Visiting Intern 1Rodale Institute, 611 Siegfriedale Road, Kutztown, PA 19530 2ISARA-Lyon 23 rue Jean Baldassini, 69007, Lyon, France Published December 11, 2015 Organic grain producers have … Continued

New York Times Op-Ed Cites The White Paper

Read here about Rodale Institute’s research on reversing climate change through regenerative organic agriculture in this recent op-ed in the New York Times. Click here for the white paper, cited in this article, which contains our research on how regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change. For more information, please visit … Continued

Agriculture.com Article Features Rodale Institute

“This farm destroys any preconceived notion of organic farms you may have,” Bill Spiegel says of Rodale Institute in his Agriculture.com review. The praise for organic farming practices comes after Spiegel attended Executive Director Jeff Moyer’s presentation at the Kansas Rural Center’s Farm … Continued

The Dirt on Biodegradable Plastics

The Dirt on Biodegradable Plastics: Are they compatible with organic practices? By Johanna Mirenda, OMRI Technical Director With the proliferation of plastic in the environment and in our lives generally, it’s no wonder that interest is growing in biodegradable forms of … Continued

Watch Us On PBS39

Watch the Rodale Institute team at work on PBS39 FOCUS! In this segment, we discuss how our ASC (Agriculture Supported Communities) and Organic Allentown programs are working with the community and training organic farmers of the next generation.