In 2008, I started The Organic Gardener’s Pantry to sell microbial inoculants and most of the fascinating products outlined in the free chapter we’re going to give you today.
I moved in 2010, but Christina has kept things going strong.
One of the bonuses of getting these products out into the world was that I was able to see how effective they could be since I had hundreds of clients using them.
There are more than 80 elements, many of which are probably useful in small amounts as catalysts and enzymes in the soil and plants.
These are called trace minerals or micronutrients, and examples are iron, manganese, copper, molybdenum and selenium.
Our food supply is deficient in most of these, and our health is suffering as a result.
Our gardens are lacking, too, resulting in pests and diseases and overall poor growth and unsatisfactory flowering.
This chapter will teach you how to get the nutrition back into your foods, flowers, shrubs and trees.
Fill out the form to the left to get Phil’s free download. I will never, ever share your email address.
I’ll also send you:
- An occasional lesson on how to produce a healthy, pest-free garden, and
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