The Intelligent Gardener: Growing Nutrient Dense Food

Veggies, fruits, and grains are a major source of essential nutrients, but centuries of intensive agriculture have actually depleted our soils to historical lows. As an outcome, the broccoli you take in today may have less than half of the vitamins and minerals that the equivalent serving would have included a hundred years ago. This is a matter for major issue, considering that bad nutrition has actually been connected to myriad health issues including cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes. For optimum health we must increase the nutrient density of our foods to the levels taken pleasure in by previous generations.

To grow produce of the greatest dietary quality the vital minerals lacking in our soil should be replaced, however this re-mineralization calls for much more focus on information than the easy addition of composted manure or NPK fertilizers. The Intelligent Garden enthusiast demystifies the procedure while at the same time debunking much of the false and deceptive info perpetuated by both the conventional and natural farming movements. In doing so, it conclusively develops the link in between healthy soil, healthy food, and healthy individuals.

This practical step-by-step guide and the accompanying customizable web-based spreadsheets surpass natural and are vital tools for any severe gardener who cares about the quality of the fruit and vegetables they grow.

Steve Solomon is the author of numerous landmark gardening books consisting of Gardening When it Counts and Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades. The creator of the Territorial Seed Business, he has actually been growing the majority of his household’s food for over thirty-five years.


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