Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 6)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 6)

We have covered the major elements and some key trace minerals in previous postings, but here the focus will be upon the minor minerals, zinc and copper. The concept of major and minor »

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 »