A friend recently emailed me the following question: Is there a limit to how much carbon soil can hold which then prevents the kind of sequestration that would be needed to reverse climate change? Or, in other words, does soil … Continue reading Soil carbon saturation: Myth or reality?
This past January, I read the book Amazon Besieged: By dams, soya, agribusinees and land grabbing. This book is a compilation of articles originally posted on Mongabay by veteran reporters Mauricio Torres and Sue Branford. Since I read this compilation, … Continue reading Amazon Besieged: Q & A with author and reporter Sue Branford
If you’ve listened to any of Gabe Brown’s many Youtube videos, you can hear his voice in your head as you read through his recently released book, Dirt to Soil: One Family’s Journey Into Regenerative Agriculture. In his book, Gabe … Continue reading Dirt to Soil, a book review (The Gospel of Gabe)
“In soil/natural ecosystems, microorganisms including bacteria and fungi exist in a very large number and play a very crucial role in maintaining major biogeochemical cycles, plant nutrition, plant health, soil fertility, soil structure, and degrading organic pollutants and remediation of … Continue reading It’s the Soil Biology, Stupid!