Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 5)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 5)

In this fifth installment of our Soil Therapy™ guidelines, we will look at two interrelated minerals that are so often overlooked in soils and plants around the world. Boron and silicon are anions »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 4)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 4)

In this instalment of Soil Therapy™ guidelines, I will continue to highlight the key characteristics and strategies relative to the minerals measured on your soil test. Here, we will consider sodium and sulfur. »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 3)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 3)

In this third instalment of the Soil Therapy™ guidelines, we will consider the major soil-sweetening cations, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Calcium (Ca) – The trucker of all minerals Key Roles Calcium is always the »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 2)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 2)

In this segment, we will consider the two major minerals, nitrogen and phosphorus, in relation to your Soil Therapy™ report. The goal here is to clarify the key roles of these minerals, identify »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 1)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 1)

I am currently writing new guidelines for our Soil Therapy™ reports. It occurred to me that these detailed explanations of every facet of a good soil test might be of value to Nutrition »