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Compost Application to Rangelands: Applying for Funding through CDFA’s Healthy Soils Grant Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Schultz
38:27
Do you know if any finished compost producers are utilizing the offset biogas for energy production?
Andrew Johnson
41:11
The Biodigestor in San Luis Obispo is producing significant energy through their "digestate" production
Julia Schultz
41:37
Thank you!
Molly Scannell
56:03
Forgive me if this seems like a dumb question for clarity, but am I correct that it’s best if we do not turn or till the soil in our (horse) grazing pastures at the end of the grazing season, but rather, ideal to just apply additional compost on top, and not till it in?
Molly Scannell
59:26
Great, thank you!
Andrew Johnson
01:28:43
yeah
Jessica Poncia Valentine
01:28:45
We can hear you, Jonathon!
A. Mark Liiv
01:29:18
In regards to the cost and payment, what would be the likely schedule of that so we can budget accordingly? We understand we may be able to get 25% up front. If we do get the grant, when would the initial money come in and when would we need to pay the rest?
Josh Perucchi
01:34:52
Is the 6-8 tons per acre total amount over 3 years or annual application rate for total of 18-24 ton pers acre after 3 years?
Josh Perucchi
01:37:18
Do we apply directly through CDFA or through our local RCD which would be Goldridge RCD.
Eric Rubenstahl
01:41:57
Thank you Jeff, Jonathan and Michele!
Jessica Poncia Valentine
01:42:19
Thank you Jeff, Michelle, and Jonathan!
Melissa Williams
01:42:21
Thank you so much!
A. Mark Liiv
01:42:22
thanks!
Nancy Scolari
01:42:46
nice job!