Dr. Graham Teackler

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was featured on Farming Today as a genetic researcher on low fertility soils. He has bred a new variety of Brussell Sprout that will do well on soils with low fertility.

This is erroneous in that healthy soil conditions makes for health giving crops. And the point of eating food crops is to get healthy……Everyone overlooks the soil.

If the soil was healthy then presumably there would be no problem. It appears that mainstream agriculture has little or no idea about how to improve soil fertility.

If you know how to improve soil fertility properly you will not require any chemicals in your agriculture at all.




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