It's All about the Biology...
When Soil is healthy, it is packed full of microbes. These microbes live in symbiosis with the plants. The plants feed the microbes sugars and the microbes feed the plants minerals and nutrients.
Through the use of chemicals and industrial farming practises, much of our Soil has been stripped of its biology and has turned to dirt. Plants growing in dirt need constant synthetic inputs to ensure survival, they lack nutrient density, they are susceptible to disease and with a lack of underground biodiversity, there is a lack of above ground biodiversity too. Not only this but the dirt cannot hold water and it loses valuable soil carbon into the atmosphere as atmospheric CO2.
Healthy Soil sees an increase in:
/ Water retention
/ Crop yield and resilience
/ Carbon Sequestration
Just as nature designed…