Growing Nutrient Dense Food – 3 Important Lessons For Organic GardenersApril 11th, 2012 | Posted by in Organic Farming | Organic Gardening
Calcium is one of the most important nutrients in the soil and it is one of the nutrients, we need to have in the soil in certain amounts. Most of the organic gardening chores do not work without calcium. Proper calcium is needed for the soil to be a nice place to live, for root hairs to grow, for microbes to flourish, for plant cells to communicate, and ultimately to produce nutrient dense food. After doing necessary chores, we should look at improving the soil food web, the biology of the soil. This soil food web does most of the work in our organic gardens. These organisms allow us to produce nutrient dense food. After calcium and biology process, we can supply that biology with nutrients through organic fertilizing directly to plant leaves. It helps us get all those vital micronutrients like selenium and iodine into our organic vegetables and fruits so we can be healthy.
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