Us, everything on this planet relies on that simple equation – photosynthesis – these factors, these limiting conditions allowing plants to grow.And, of course, that’s what you’re in the business of.
How do we actually stop mining, exploiting, degrading and how do we get into soil restoration farming to rebuild the cycling of that planet? It’s really the practical tools and capacity to do that which is important.
And it’s the formation of soil, this pedogenesis with microbes solubilising minerals and creating organic matter, which is really the building block.
Gerhard is showing farmers how to use a penetrometer. It is a handy tool to measure compaction.
“You know, Steve, I really like what you’re doing but I can’t do it.” But when they trial and see the benefits they find a way.
Steve Groff is a farmer and researcher who aims for high nutrients in his crops. Steve grows for Whole Foods in the US and his food is highly ranked on their 300 point scoring system.
Fungi can pull phosphorus out of the soil bank and communicate it directly to plants. They are an important part of recycling plant material. David
David compares a photo of a plant and its roots that has been constantly grazed alongside another plant that has had 70 days recovery. David
We’re pleased to announce that the new revised edition of David Murphy’s book “Organic Growing with Worms” is out and about! This is the book
Increases in soil nutrients – Why? Tim Wright saw the levels increase in phosphorous and calcium in 2 short years after he changed to planned