Secrets of the Soil: New Age Solutions for Restoring Our Planet

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Perennial Library, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 444 pages
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Explores scientific and mystical developments that renew and enhance the soil, among them rock dust fertilizer, biodynamic agriculture, and other highly unusual fertilizers

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Review: Secrets of the Soil: New Solutions for Restoring Our Planet

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

Bad writing combined with stunningly bad 'science.' Just open it at random and try not to find fault with the very first sentence you read. Ready? Heeerre we go: "Agile as goats, they leap over ... Read full review

Review: Secrets of the Soil: New Solutions for Restoring Our Planet

User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

Authors Tompkins and Bird, whose previous book, "The Secret Life of Plants" was a landmark documenting the emotional and psychic life of plants, returned with a potentially even more far-reaching book ... Read full review

Contents

Cornucopia
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Pulse of Life
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Moonshine
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Peter Tompkins was the author of the number one New York Times bestseller The Secret Life of Plants. He also wrote books on the pyramids and other mysteries of the world, and was a World War II spy and a journalist. Tompkins passed away in January 2007.

Bird gardened in places as diverse as Alaska and south Texas during his twenty years in the Air Force. After retiring in 1993, he became a master gardener and editor of San Antonio Gardener.

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