Secrets of the Soil

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Title:Secrets of the Soil

ISBN:9788129105639

Author:Peter Tompkins
Christopher Bird

Publisher:Rupa Publications

Publish Year:2014

Edition:Fourth Impression Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Non Fiction | Bibliography/Reference

Language:English

Remarks:B&W Photographs, Appendixes, Bibliography and Index.

Pages:444

Size:138 x 217 mm

Weight(gms):450

Price:USD 9.32

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  • This book, a fascinating companion to The Secret Life of Plants by the same authors, tells the story of the innovative, nontraditional, often surprising things that certain scientists, farmers and mystics are doing to prevent the slow degradation of our planet. From techniques such as Rudolf Stemer's biodynamic agriculture, with its reliance on ethereal forces from the planets, to Dan Carlson's growth stimulating Sonic Bloom, and rock dust fertilizer to revitalize depleted soils, or gardening with the help of truly amazing new technologies, this book is a comprehensive study on the various ways to reverse serious agricultural problems. 

    The author illustrate, in simple and lucid language, the pivotal role that natural elements play in our lives, and the necessity of preserving and sustaining the most basic of the all-the soil.

    Peter Tompkins

    Peter Tompkins was an American journalist, World War II spy, and best-selling author. His best known and most influential books include The Secret Life of Plants, published in 1973, Secrets of the Great Pyramid, reprinted in paperback in 1997, and Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids, published in 1976. He is the father of author Ptolemy Tompkins.

    Christopher Bird

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