How are things growing?
…in your garden? Your farm? Around your homestead? Would you appreciate a simple way to
- transform those problem crops into thriving, disease-free and insect resistant plants without using chemicals?
- grow lush, healthy trees, lawn and landscape using a totally biological approach?
- starve your weeds while your crop or landscape plants grow strong and resilient?
- be sure the food you grow for your family or community is nutrient-dense?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, the soil food web approach may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
This method of growing is based on an emerging understanding of how plant nutrients cycle in natural ecosystems. It is already being used on millions of acres across the globe to:
→ grow food and landscapes without any chemical pesticides or inorganic fertilizers
→ substantially increase yields by restoring real-time plant nutrient cycling
→ increase net farm income (by reducing those input costs and increasing yields)
→ balance the soil nitrogen pool for garden, crop and landscape plants, eliminating high-nitrate conditions that weeds love
→ grow naturally nutrient-dense foods
→ naturally cover plants with an armor of beneficial biology that acts as a shield against plant disease
→ strengthen plants to increase resistance to insect pest damage
→ make no-till growing practical
→ be a permanent soil health solution, when combined with a few very simple management approaches
→ enable us to garden, farm, and landscape the way Nature does
→ and much, much more!
Who can benefit from the soil food web approach?
→ Home or market gardeners
→ Farmers at any scale
→ Home-owners or businesses with lawns and landscape plants
→ Municipalities with parks and public spaces to keep beautiful and healthy
→ Landscaping enterprises who would like to offer biological lawn and landscape treatments
→ Homesteaders, permaculturists, horticulturists, soil scientists, agroforestry professionals – virtually anyone that wants to help steward healthy and beautiful land!