Includes a phone consult plus Follow up Q&A MP3
This Fast Track VIDEO is all about worms! Bruce gives Hugo an overview of the rundown state of his farm when he arrived. It looked alright but soon was overrun with African Lovegrass and blackberries indicating an acidic soil.
Bruce did not follow the practice of poisoning and burning but instead turned to worms! The result was feed throughout a long drought at a very low cost.
Bruce then shows David Davidson his worm farms and they reveal how they grow worms, feed worms, harvest worms and finally apply the worm products to the paddock. Lots of handy tips along the way.
Dr. Maarten Stapper joins the discussion which includes the amazing benefits of worms and the work that they do including getting rid of heavy metals
Dr. Maarten Stapper looks at the soil profile under blackberry to compare it
with the soil under the love grass
Cell grazing and worm juice grow carbon in the soil. Bruce Davison has not applied any synthetic fertilisers to the soil since purchasing his farm. Dr Maarten Stapper
explains that is why the carbon level is increasing in the soil.
Why is love grass still growing in soil with 3% carbon? Maarten Stapper explains what is happening as he examines the soil profile.
www.farmingsecrets.com Here’s another of Bruce Davison’s worm farms. David notices the lemon and onions being fed to the worms successfully. He also advises on Bruce’s
www.farmingsecrets.com Why test for pH? Bruce Davison, Candelo shows Hugo Disler of Farming Secrets how easy it is to find out his soil pH. In