Nutritional Food Production

Healthy soil is teaming with biological diversity. However, chemical and organic farmers, can struggle with production techniques that lead to lifeless soils, producing foods, that may lower levels of mineral nutrients such as calcium and magnesium.

Fertilizers and Pesticides Reduce Soil Biology
by Dr. Elaine Ingham.

Aerobic Fungi
by Dr. Elaine Ingham.

Mychorrhizae fungi roots Don't Treat Soil Like Dirt
Decrease drought stress, increase nutrient uptake. "The Benefits of Mycorrhizal Fungi," by doctor Amaranthus.

compost Farm Composting Guide
The down and dirty research evidence for creating healthy soil and food.

Strawberry How To Grow A Better Strawberry?
Strawberries are known to contain higher concentrations of phytochemicals and have higher antioxidant capacity among common fruits. Research compares nutritional farming techniques.

Greenhouse Low-Cost, High-Wind Greenhouse Design
by Tim Coolong, University of Kentucky.

Organic or Synthetic Fertilizers What's best?
The Benefits of Composting
Art and Science of Farm Composting
Compost Tea Recipes
Cleaning Your Compost Tea Brewer by Elaine Ingham.

Farming methods working to keep nitrogen recycled on the farm, allowing coastal marine life to breath easier and survive.