“It is our goal to educate the public about the best practices, people, and places dedicated to sustainable practices and to reversing the negative impacts we’ve made on the land we raise our crops and the air we breathe."
JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) August 23, 2019
A new episode of American Farmer, the award-winning series that is currently in its 8th season on RFD-TV, will broadcast on Tuesday, August 27th at 8:30aET. Check your local listings for more information.
Soil plays a vital role in Agriculture today. It is responsible for feeding the growing global population and for producing fiber for clothing, feed for livestock, and even fuel for transportation. Watch to explore how advances in soil health practices are helping to improve water quality, increase resilience to drought and floods, and provide a better overall growing environment.
With a look at organic farming, this episode will explore how organic agriculture is working to improve the environment, and how by using natural growing practices and avoiding harmful chemicals we can advance our ecosystem, accelerate growth, provide better-tasting quality food, and improve the earth for years to come.
Learn how by better understanding the growers’ needs, independent seed businesses are bridging-the-gap between today’s American farmer and future innovation and technologies.
“Human activates are responsible for destroying ecosystems and the environment. It is our goal to educate the public about the best practices, people, and places dedicated to sustainable practices and to reversing the negative impacts we’ve made on the land we raise our crops and the air we breathe,” said Chad Densen, production manager for the American Farmer series.
About American Farmer:
American Farmer is a breakthrough program on a mission to showcase the latest advancements in agriculture and farming. From seed to harvest, livestock and more, our producers have traveled the country covering the people, places and issues impacting all areas of farm country.
American Farmer airs Tuesdays at 8:30am ET on RFD-TV. For more information, visit http://www.AmericanFarmerTV.com or call 866.496.4065.