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Gardening for Better Health

Of course, not everyone grows their own food. But regardless of what you’ve got in your garden, you’re still reaping health benefits by gardening.
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler

The New Organic

The new organic law says there is nothing beyond organic. We beg to differ. We feel that the soil continuum is a fundamental aspect of ecological production that is beyond what "organic" has become!
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler

4 Ways to Save Water

Much of the world is becoming a drier place, and it is happening quickly due to the poor soil conditions world-wide. Improving your soil and saving water with these tips may prove invaluable in the near future.
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler

Anatomy of the Red Worm (Eisenia fetida)

The 104 digestive biles and enzymes in the Red Worm's digestive tract interact with feedstock to produce nature's perfectly balanced, microbial rich, and mineral dense soil supplement.
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler

Healthy Soil Microbes, Healthy People

With the release last summer of the results of the five-year National Institutes of Health's Human Microbiome Project, we are told we should think of ourselves as a "superorganism," a residence for microbes with whom we have coevolved.
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler

Soil Biology and the Landscape

An incredible diversity of organisms makes up the soil food web. They range in size from the tiniest one-celled bacteria, algae, fungi, and protozoa, to the more complex nematodes and micro-arthropods, to the visible earthworms, insects, small vertebrates, and plants.
July 14, 2015/by Elizabeth Fritzler