What is Living Soil?
Visualize bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, and earthworms breaking down organic matter to make nutrients available for plant roots. It’s all about diversity. The cycles are symbiotic, bio-dynamic exchanges of energy. Make a batch of soil, and keep it alive. And like whiskey, it gets better with age.
All of the phrases to describe the process of Living Soil are relatively modern. However, these ideas are anything but new. The concept encapsulates nature in its truest form: a microcosm of cooperative organisms forming an elaborate soil food web of which, the processes are complex and many, resulting in the maximum genetic potential of every plant grown within a perfectly designed system.
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Why Do I Care?
Because you are what you blaze. Conventional soil is made up of low-quality ingredients, primarily peat, wood chips, and whatever else they want to throw in there. And generally, it’s not biologically active. In fact, most of the time, it’s fortified with synthetic salt-based nutrients. Even high quality horticultural soil is usually stored outdoors where it collects pests and/or it’s sterilized by high heat.
And just like your diet, you want to consume what’s vibrant, happy, and healthful.
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