About New Age Farming
We have a passion for helping farmers. Our products utilize mycorrhizal fungi to enhance root growth and soil health, which maximizes your crop’s growth and increases your yields.
New Age Farming was founded by Brady Krchnavy near Casselton, North Dakota in 2012. Brady grew up farming in SE North Dakota, and that's where his passion for farming started. When he was the sales manager at an agricultural radio station, he discovered Mycorrhizae at a farm show. After years of research and development and seeing great results with his products, he decided to start his own company to work with this new mycorrhizal fungi technology full-time. After nearly a decade and a half, his story comes full circle because he now helps farmers worldwide optimize their soil health and yield potential.
We are proud to be known as the nation’s leading supplier of mycorrhizal fungi for commercial farming.
Our goal is to cultivate positive soil health and strengthen plant stress tolerance while increasing crop yield for more sustainable growing. By offering products that concentrate on soil health and plant vigor, growers can attain higher yields. Because of this, we have a brighter outlook on future generations of farmers.
Check out our products to see how they can help you grow healthier crops.
Listen to this radio interview with Brady to learn more about us and mycorrhizae fungi.
3/12/19 Radio Interview - Part 1
3/12/19 Radio Interview - Part 2
3/27/18 Radio Interview - Part 1
3/27/18 Radio Interview - Part 2
2/14/17 Radio Interview Part 1
2/14/17 Radio Interview Part 2
3/25/16 Radio Interview Part 1
3/25/16 Radio Interview Part 2
Check out the media below to find out the importance of Mycorrhizal Fungi.
2022 Soil Food Web - "Magnificent Mycorrhizae"
2022 Soil Scientist Corn Report - June 14th
2022 Soil Scientist Corn Report - July 26th
Mycorrhizal Fungi easing Plant Stress - New Phytologist
Affects of Glyphosate on Beneficial Soil Microbes
2020 Corn Season - *New* - 12 Part Video Series
*Must Read!* - Plant and Soil Microbiome
*Cyst Nematode Control!* - Prairie Serf Article
NDSU Extension Crop Pest Report
Climate Fieldview Harvest Summary
Farm Journal Article Spring 2018
Farm Journal Article Spring 2019
TV Interview Part 1 of 12 Spring 2020
TV Interview Part 2 of 12 Spring 2020
TV Interview Part 3 of 12 Spring 2020
TV Interview Part 4 of 12 Spring 2020
TV Interview Part 5 of 12 Spring 2020