Joe Gulotti joined me to talk about one of the posts that got the fewest views in 2018. The topic is soil microbes and how they live in a carbon-rich world, and why the addition of "carbon-based" fertilizer is difficult to understand.
- Joe joined me to talk about one of the least read blog posts of 2018. This one, about soil microbes being in an environment with ample carbon, but being limited by nitrogen: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/microbes-live-carbon-rich-nitrogen-poor-world/
- We also discussed this post, "How much carbon and humus are in the soil?" https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/how-much-carbon-and-humus-are-in-the-soil/
- Joe Gulotti on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hardg43
- The Talking Greenkeeper podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-talking-greenkeeper/id1435947281
- The Walking Greenkeeper blog: http://www.thewalkinggreenkeeper.com/
- ATC Office Hours about playability of golfing surfaces with Carl Schimenti: https://share.transistor.fm/s/b6b3bb32
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Creators and Guests
I'm chief scientist at the Asian Turfgrass Center and director of the @paceturf information service. Some current projects include #OM246, #ClipVol, and #MLSN.
Joe is a GCS who decided he might be better at talking about growing grass than actually growing it, so he decided to start a podcast where he has conversations with industry insiders about managing playing surfaces for the game of golf . The podcast is titled The Talking Greenkeeper and can be found on most podcast hosting platforms.