Nutrition in the Garden

Why we feed the soil, not the plants.

Nutrition in the Garden

Why we feed the soil, not the plants?

In nature there are no rich or poor soils. Wild plants are adapted to soils of their natural habitats. Their nutrient requirements are met by minerals from the parent rock and natural growth and decay.

Gardeners place extra demands on plants. We want them to grow outside of their natural range. To produce large crops we interfere with them ...

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