Plants with the ability to resist compaction and its associated problems, for garden, orchard, lawn, field, and pasture.
Best results will follow from tailoring the farm layout to the farm conditions. So what are the optimal conditions for common aspects of a farm?
The Law of the Minimum and the Law of Return are regarded as representing opposing perspectives on soil nutrients and plant health. But can they coexist?
Peat humus seems to be one of those “magical” soil amendments that can fix whatever ails your garden (assuming you can find any to purchase). But is this perception accurate? Let’s find out.
Zinc may be a micronutrient, but it is of vital importance to garden and field crops. Take a look at this list of roles.
Sulfur is a rather interesting mineral when it comes to plants. It is essential for growth and photosynthesis.
The role of sodium in plant health is unclear at present. Most experts say plants do not need it and therefore cannot suffer deficiency.
The terms organic, sustainable, and regenerative may seem confusing at first, but each approach has a slightly different philosophy.
Scientists do not consider selenium to be an essential plant nutrient. However, it is beneficial because it helps plants resist stressors.
Healthy, nutrient-rich food starts with vibrant soil. You can build that vibrant soil in your backyard in 10 steps.