William Albrecht and Dr. Carey Reams have changed the world of agriculture.
This knowledge has taken the focus away from merely trying to achieve high volume yields to achieving the highest yields of the highest quality and nutritional value, while building optimal health in the soil, the crops, and the people and animals that rely on them for food. Learn how to be your own agronomist or start a new career doing this for others. Full of insights.
Numerous 'ah-ha' moments in each interview. The digital version is available through Graeme Sait's website: www. Each chapter holds a unique insight that greatly enhances ones perspective on life and agriculture.
Jay L. McCaman, Weeds and Why They Grow A comprehensive documentation of specific soil mineral levels and their correlations with weed presence.
Ever wonder why specific weeds grow in specific spots and not in others? Every weed grows in a somewhat narrow window of allowable soil conditions.
For the first time, hundreds of weeds of commercial importance are detailed along with the chemical analysis of accompanying soils. For example, burdock grows in soils with very high levels of iron and sulfate, very low levels of calcium and manganese.
Balance the soil, lose the weed. This is the 2nd edition of the book formerly titled Weeds and Why They Grow.
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Philip Callahan Ph. Professor C. Louis Kervran, Biological Transmutations The seminal text by a member of the French Academy of Science very rigorously documenting shifts in mineral levels not conventionally explainable. Very convincing.
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Thomas E. A very sophisticated analysis of energy and how it works and where it comes from. In view of the worldwide increasing interest in plant-soil interactions, Part II has been considerably altered and extended, particularly on the effects of external and interal factors on root growth and chapter 15 on the root-soil interface. The second edition will be invaluable to both advanced students and researchers.
Transport of Mineral Nutrients. Yield and the SourceSink Relationships.
Mineral Nutrition and Yield Response. Nitrogen Fixation. Diagnosis of Deficiency and Toxicity of Mineral Nutrients.
Beneficial Mineral Elements. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants H. A hypothesis relating critical potassium concentrations for growth to the distribution and functions of this ion in the plant cell.