@Accidental Agronomist Really looking forward to seeing your work on here!
As an agricultural student following my retirement in the military, Ive lost count of the times Ive been asked why I “need a degree in agriculture” to farm orneork in the industry. Agree there is a generation that seem to believe all one needs is an Elliot Coleman book and a lifestyle change to succeed. While I like Elliot Coleman books, we must not assume that we as humans know everything there is to know about raising crops (i.e., biology, chemistry, etc). Proud to see you here inspiring others like me! Keep up the good work and look forward to seeing you help others!
Mark- First I would like to thank you for your service. It does not surprise me that you have chosen to be in agriculture. There are many parallels between it and the military. I would also like to thank you for the kind words. I have been fortunate to have been exposed to some of the best in the industry starting with my family. Being able to help others and share what I have learned along the way has been extremely rewarding. I look forward to hearing more about your journey as well.
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