Author: MICHAEL ASTERA
This how-to manual tells exactly how to go about changing your farming practices to a more sustainable and healthier model that does not require large yearly inputs of fertilizer or organic matter. Based on the premise of a new agriculture where being well-fed leads to health (soil, animals and humans). This book focuses on the least known part of sustainable agriculture – an understanding of balancing mineral nutrients in the soil. Understanding balancing soil minerals is not difficult and once achieved, insecticides and other rescue chemicals will drop away. This is the guidebook to show you how.
This newly revised edition compiles a wealth of new material and information that has been garnered as the methods of balancing minerals have been applied in all parts of the world. The result is a more comprehensive handbook for proper soil balancing. Moreover, the application of soil balancing methods has provided a scientific foundation for a new approach to agriculture in the 21st century—one that can improve the nutritional value of crops and sustain a healthy world.
Copyright 2015, softcover, spiralbound, 171 pages.
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