Jérémy Rizoud (Regenerative Cultures) and Permaterra are pleased to offer you scientific, technical and practical training.
The challenges of today's agriculture are daunting. The degenerative effect on ecosystems of certain practices in the food industry, through the intensive use of phytosanitary products and techniques disrupting the life of the soil, leads to an impasse. That of the biological death of soils (loss of natural fertility, erosion, fires) and of biodiversity.
Many farmers are looking for innovative agricultural practices that can increase soil fertility while adapting their production system to global warming and the scarcity of water resources, to the loss of organic matter in the soil, but also to standards. ecological and environmental.
This training is part of this training in order to offer concrete and proven solutions, based on decades of research and experience led by Dr. Elaine Ingham ( The Soil Food Web ) in the field of microbiology. and soil regeneration around the world and different ecosystems.
Many examples will be detailed during these 3 days in order to highlight the possible changes quickly towards an agriculture based on ecological balances of the soils, and this in all agricultural fields, from livestock to plant production.
This scientific, technical and practical training will allow you to acquire the capacity to:
- Understand the key roles of the different functional groups of soil microorganisms.
- Determine the microbial equilibria necessary for its cultures.
- Produce a bio-complete compost, adapted to its needs.
- Sanitize potentially pathogenic materials and resources.
- Evaluate the quality of different types of amendments.
- Develop bio-complete liquid preparations such as oxygenated composts teas.
- Reduce its need for inputs and irrigation.
- Sustainable storage of carbon in the soil.
- Limit weeding thanks to soil micro-organisms.
- Improve the vitality of plants and their nutritional quality.
The Trainer: Jérémy Rizoud
Consultant in soil microbiology, he has been working since 2015 in connection with Dr. Elaine Ingham and The Soil Food Web . In 2017, he created his microbiological soil analysis laboratory, the Lab'O fertileS , and specializes in soil regeneration through the development and application of biologically complete amendments, solid or liquid, such as Compost Teas Oxygenated (TCO).
He has been collaborating since 2017 with Gérard Ducerf to transmit his approach to the diagnosis of soils by bio-indicator plants, but also in the writing of two books to be published.
Jérémy Rizoud supports agricultural projects by adapting the biological balance of soils to crops, in order to accelerate the transitions to natural soil fertility. He regularly intervenes to animate trainings around regenerative agriculture in agricultural high schools, with associations, NGOs, or in other training centers in France and abroad.