Why Soil Matters
You will fall in love with soil and appreciate how important it is to health of the planet. Soil is alive and we intend to keep it that way! Join the massive food growing movement and do it in soil! Your plants will never achieve maximum nutrition if you grow it in chemicals. That means neither will you. Root to rise! Grow food in living organic soil with Planted Places.
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Soul of Planted Soil
What makes soil alive?
When you put a plant in a pot or the ground you are actually not working in dirt, you are working in soil! Dirt is just the reminisce of soil you get on your hands and clothes while working in the garden, but soil is a living thing made up of microbes, bacteria, fungi and elements of the earth that have been decomposing since its very existence.
What's in our Soil?
Our soil has a good variety of all the micro and macronutrients it could possibly need! Let's start by listing all the ingredients in our base soil: coconut coir, biochar, worm castings, feather meal, bone meal, pasteurized poultry litter, alfalfa meal, azomite, gypsum, dolomitic lime, kelp meal, epsom salt, diatomaceous earth, sulfate of potash, humates, and sphagnum moss.
That is all of the organic materials our soil is made up of. All in all our soil is a great start for growing edible food due to its deliverance of all the macro and micro nutrients our plants could need while also encorganing the population of beneficial fungi and microbes.
Rodale Institute Interview with Jeff Tkach
the right solution
Kiss the Ground
Kiss the Ground is a full-length documentary narrated by Woody Harrelson that sheds light on an “new, old approach” to farming called “regenerative agriculture” that has the potential to balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.
Activists, scientists, farmers, and politicians turn to regenerative agriculture to save the planet's topsoil.