Straight Talk About Carbon – Increasing Opportunities for All Farmers in the Carbon Market
Straight Talk About Carbon
In this episode, John Pullis, Michigan-based agronomist, discusses how farm carbon is creating opportunities for all – from row crop farmers to specialty crop farmers. Watch to learn more!
Published on: February 11, 2022
Agronomist based in Michigan
Michigan’s diverse agriculture influenced John’s lifelong love for farming—from specialty crops like cherries, apples, pickling cucumbers, and sugar beet—to commodity crops like corn, soybeans and wheat. He earned an M.S. in Soil Science from South Dakota State University and a B.S. in Chemistry from Oakland University. John’s areas of expertise are Soil Fertility, Nitrogen Management, and Precision Agriculture. He has a decade’s worth of experience in retail agriculture, including a stint in manure and environmental management research for USDA-ARS, and serving as an Agriculture and Natural Resources educator at Michigan State University Extension (specializing in dairy and livestock production, potato production, and GAP third-party food safety audit preparation for growers throughout the state). John thrives from the constant stimulation and development of the agriculture industry. His greatest priority is ensuring sufficient diverse food and providing the basic necessities of life to all.