Feed your Plants without Fertilisers

Getting your soil ecosystem functioning again

Imagine if you didn't need to apply fertilisers regularly, yet still, produce good yields.

It's difficult to appreciate what we can achieve as virtually all of us grow food in soil ecosystems that no longer function properly.

Our soils may not show the customary signs of soil degradation – erosion, compaction and salinity. But they lack functioning nutrient recycling systems, soil structures promoting root growth, and sufficient microbes and organic matter to release nutrients locked in the mineral particles in our soil.

It has become the norm to substitute for these FREE ecological services with compost and other biological fertilisers. Virtually everyone does it.

Good news... we can get our soils working again!

There are farmers around the world, showing what you can achieve.

  • Reduce  your fertiliser costs - getting your soil ecosystem supplying nutrients naturally to your plants.
  • Leave your tractor in the shed - giving the job of making good soil structure to your team invertebrate and microbial soil structural engineers.
  • Grow healthy crops, less vulnerable to pests and diseases, with a bio-diverse soil food web.

It's 'eco-logical' bring back these free services, and you'll gain the know-how by learning from Nature with this resource.

 "Fertility is a term that should be applied to the soil and vegetation together, for the soil derives its capacity for producing life from the vegetation, as much as plants derive their capacity for growth from the soil." Eve Balfour, 1948.

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