3 edition of Soil secrets found in the catalog.
by Pacific Edge Publishing, distributed by BC Teachers" Federation, Lesson Aids Service in Gabriola, B.C, Vancouver, BC
Written in English
|Statement||Gladys Stansbury, Cathy Ready ; [content editors, Geoff Hughes-Games and Deborah Nikkel ; educational editor, Diana Mumford].|
|Contributions||Hughes-Games, G. A., Nikkel, Deborah., Mumford, Diana., Ready, Cathy, 1954-, B.C. Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation., British Columbia Teachers" Federation. Lesson Aids Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
Secrets of the Soil is a clarion call for changing agriculture for the better. Written in a non-technical voice, Secrets of the Soil is revolutionary in its scope and required reading for anyone interested in the secrets of the natural world. It goes beyond agriculture to probe the primal mysteries of the soil and presents a compelling picture for the regeneration of our planet. Secrets of the Soil tells the fascinating story of the innovative, nontradi- inal, often surprising things that certain scientists, farmers, and mystics are ing to save our .
Just got my new copy of Secrets of the Soil from Amazon yesterday, I have read the first 8 chapters already and find it quite interesting. On page 68 there was some talk of a more permaculture type of growing, but so far in the book it seems almost all the growing has been monocropping. It appears the growinig on the page 68 discovered that monocrops were depleating the soil even with the. Secrets of the Soil. This is a thoroughly researched organic gardening book, a classic. You won’t find most of this valuable information in a standard soil science textbook, but it’s important stuff. Some of the info is fairly straight-forward and some gets a little far from convention, such as biodynamic gardening and other energetic.
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This book has positively changed my life and direction. What an awakening I have had from reading it. It is a compilation of soil/plant research that I found to be a page-turner.
I highly recommend reading The Secret Life of Plants by Peter Tompkins as well/5(18). Soil Health Web PSA. Noted astronomer urges viewers to unlock the secrets in the soil Dr. Laura Danly of California’s Griffith Observatory is helping USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service promote its “healthy soils” campaign.
But why is an astronomer talking about soil, rather than the stars. THE SECRETS OF THE SOIL contains nearly exactly the same information. I cannot recall anything that was new information. I do like the authors writing style so would recommend this book, none the less.
Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Sending feedback /5(64). Secrets of the Soil by Christopher Bird and Peter Tompkins. This book, a fascinating companion to 'The Secret Life of Plants' by the same authors, tells the story of the innovative, nontraditional, often surprising things that certain scientists, farmers, and mystics are doing to prevent the slow degradation of our planet.
For example, using the techniques of Rudolf Steinera's biodynamic. Read "Secrets of Fertile Soils Humus As the Guardian of the Fundamentals of Natural Life" by Erhard Hennig available from Rakuten Kobo. This stimulating book provides a highly practical window into the complex, interdependent relationships between soil, pl Brand: Acres U.S.A.
This book is the successor to "The Secret Life of Plants". The authors discuss and explain the practices and beliefs of biodynamic agriculture. Reviews of the Secrets of the Soil So far in regards to the ebook we've got Secrets of the Soil comments users haven't yet.
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Note the list of books at the end of the biography. Peter Tompkins was a man obsessed with secrets, mysteries, and (in later years) hidden forces of nature and other occult and/or new age stuﬀ.
(No value judgments here.) Actually, an important book, Secrets of the Soil,6 is miss-ing from the above list. Secrets of the soil changed the way that I approach life. The book details the wonders of how everything is connected in the cosmos, and we are but a tiny but powerful influance on our book led me to discover the life saving benifits of minerals.
it is simply a good good are NO chemicals used in our garden or home thanks to secrets of the soil. it's a shame this book is. Secrets to Great Soil by Elizabeth Stell (Storey Publishing )().
The author provides instruction on how to make great backyard compost and fertilizers. There is a great simple pH soil test on p. My rating: 7/10, finished 2//5. Buy Secrets of the Soil by Peter Tompkins, Christopher Bird online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. I like to start my garden seedlings in natural topsoil.
I usually don't use potting soil because it generally does not produce the results I want. I fill a large, deep baking pan with top soil and bake it for 30 minutes at degrees. This sanitizes the soil and ensures that no unwanted weeds or grass will come up in your soil. Secrets of the Soil: New Solutions for Restoring Our Planet, companion and sequel to The Secret Life of Plants by the same authors, is a compendium on the science and metaphysics of soil, agriculture, and the environment.
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In her book Cows Save The Planet, she argues that proper management of soil could solve a long list of environmental problems. 'Cows Save The Planet': Soil's Secrets.
The “Secrets Of The Vegetable Garden” is a great book. This book is a Shine-a-Light book which means you can shine a flashlight behind the. Secrets of the Soil: A Fascinating Account of Recent Breakthroughs- Scientific and Spiritual- That Can Save Your Garden or Farm by Tompkins, Peter.
Bird, Christopher Seller Veronica's Books Published Condition Very Good Edition First Edition ISBN Item Price $. Secrets of the soil User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict This book, another preposterous (wacky might be a better adjective) work by the authors of the popular The Secret Life of Plants (LJ 12/15/73), is about so-called "biodynamic agriculture,'' a method 5/5(1).
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Learn all the secrets for creating fertile, productive soil anywhere. With more than detailed illustrations and at-a-glance charts, Secrets to Great Soil solves all your soil problems and gives you techniques for year-round soil building.Create productive soil anywhere, with step-by-step instructions for making compost and fertilizers.
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