Soil for Humanity

The Soil is losing organic matter

Depleted from its abundant and diversified microorganisms, Soil fails to harvest healthy, nutrient-rich produce, which affects our health.

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microbes in the soil

Microbes in the Soil

An interesting article from Daphne Miller, MD, in The Washington Post.
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Fungi

Fungi are microscopic cells in the soil. There many types of fungi and each one has its role.
humic acid from peat production

Are All Humic Acids Created Equal? 

Although all are Humic Acids, the source and the production of each one of them and the impact on the environment is not the same.
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Meet Mr. Protozoa

This microorganism feeds mainly on bacteria and sometimes eats fungi as well. Protozoa are essential to the Soil.
Nitrogen

Nitrogen

Nitrogen is crucial for plant growth. Now, here is the weird thing, Nitrogen is amongst the most abundant elements on Earth; however, it is not in a plant-available form.
Roots of medicine

Agriculture – When did we lose our Roots in Medicine?

Physician Daphne Miller observes the native indigenous diets work best for our health. Modernization has changed many of our traditional recipes, shifting waistline structure, and our sensible diet.

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