Global Hunger

Worldwide hunger is in extremes 842 million people,12 percent of the global population were unable to meet their dietary requirements and the number is growing each year. We as a civilization are in the eleventh hour to change the way we farm or else we will have mass populations dying of starvation and disease from lack of proper food.

Grains, fruits nuts, and vegetables are grown today offer very little nutritional value as compared to foods grown one hundred years ago. The UK study takes an in-depth look at how organic and conventional crops differ nutritionally and shows that organic crops have higher antioxidants than conventional crops. When researchers looked at the antioxidant activity, they found that there was a 17% mean percentage difference between organic and conventional crops, with organic crops having a significantly higher antioxidant activity than conventional crops. They also looked at individual antioxidants, and found that when compared to their conventional counterparts, organic crops had 19% higher levels of phenolic acids, 69% higher levels of flavanones, 28% higher levels of stilbenes, 26% higher levels of flavones, 50% higher levels of flavonols, and 51% higher levels of anthocyanins.

Large global corporations believe they have answers that will feed populations, however, chemical fertilizers are stripping the biological life forms from our earth's crust causing sterilized soils, diseased produce, and crop failure. The lack of life and diversity of microorganisms in the soil causes disease, lack of nutrients and minerals, little organic matter and crop failure.

Our company wishes to create mineral packed antioxidant-rich foods while building sustainable soils. Working alongside nature we will start a healthy cycle, creating opportunities to feed the masses while cleaning our soils, groundwater, and oceans.

The benefits of using biological soil inoculants as a part of soil building program or fertilization program are as follows: The aerobic zone is the top portion of the soil that feeds plants. A healthy rich soil will normally have an aerobic zone up to 24 inches deep, in most soils worldwide we cannot find this depth on average. Because of indiscriminate use of synthetic fertilizers, most soils worldwide only are one percent 1% or less organic matter when this happens there is a small aerobic zones 1 to 2 inches.

The diverse population of soil microorganisms (Mycorrhizal and beneficial bacteria) will immediately begin to build organic matter in soils called "aerobic zone." As plants attach themselves to the root system of any plant within the microbial web, whether a germinating seed or the majestic oak tree. This microbial life clicks in and takes over, these forms have fed plants from the beginning of time on planet earth as they do today. The soil will begin to change as the microbial population in the soil improves. This process helps change the soil’s pH and the charge (energy) of soil particles. Microbes digest agriculture chemical residues that have built up in the soil which may aid in causing hardpan and soil compaction and nitrogen runoff. Microbes also work in the soil to move the pH toward neutral, weather the soil is acidic or alkaline, the pH is changed around the root system of the plant by the microbes, plants can uptake valuable minerals and carbohydrates that were earlier locked in the soil. In return the plant feeds the microbes sugars, creating a symbiotic relationship that has been going on since the first palm arrived on our planet.

Organic matter is invaluable for growing and harboring microbes, earth's little soil builders. Earth’s skin “soil”, is a living entity much like coral reefs, and as sensitive. This organic energy is protein from the bodies of microbes that have died as a result of their reproduction cycles. The organic matter material provides about 40 to 50 pounds of nitrogen per acre, in about three years of building and continuous inputs the soils are the called sustainable soils.

Observing great forests or jungles and oasis, microbes are busy feeding the plants, envision a city of tiny microbial colonies by the billions, living breaking down soils, repopulation and dying leaving their single cell forms behind creating organic matter, creating viable soil.

As organic matter in the soil increases, fertilizer input requirements are usually reduced, sometimes up to 50%. This depends on the type of crop that is being grown. Science has shown that soils with a diverse population of microbes improve the biological control of soil-borne pathogens.

In the “green world," the norm is sustainable resources, such as food, soil, and water meaning plants grown or produced with little to no harm to the environment that there is no danger in using up all natural resources.

When farmers apply Mycorrhizal and beneficial bacteria along with humates, conditions in soil begin to change for the better quickly. Usually, the first change in the soil is a return of the earthy fragrance, living soil. Farmers will notice a reduction in the crusting of the soil also, glossy leaves on plants, better taste, dense fruits, and vegetables with a longer shelf life, offering high antioxidants and disease-fighting minerals.

The reduction of the thick crusting and clodding will allow for a quicker more uniform plant stand because once seeds germinate, the shoot is able to break through the soil surface without struggling, this helps reduce the need for replanting in most cases and has conditioned the soil.

Good viable mineral rich soils create, rich viable mineral packed produce. Healthy people and animals cleaner groundwater, cleaner oceans. As a part of soil building program or fertilization program are as follows: The aerobic zone is the top portion of the soil that feeds plants. A healthy rich soil will normally have an aerobic zone up to 24 inches deep, in most soils worldwide we cannot find this depth on average. Because of indiscriminate use of synthetic fertilizers, most soils worldwide only are one percent 1% or less organic matter when this happens there is a small aerobic zones 1 to 2 inches.

The diverse population of soil microorganisms (Mycorrhizal and beneficial bacteria) will immediately begin to build organic matter in soils called "aerobic zone." As plants attach themselves to the root system of any plant within the microbial web, whether a germinating seed or the majestic oak tree. This microbial life clicks in and takes over, these forms have fed plants from the beginning of time on planet earth as they do today.

The soil will begin to change as the microbial population in the soil improves. This process helps change the soil’s pH and the charge (energy) of soil particles. Microbes digest agriculture chemical residues that have built up in the soil which may aid in causing hardpan and soil compaction and nitrogen runoff. Microbes also work in the soil to move the pH toward neutral, weather the soil is acidic or alkaline, the pH is changed around the root system of the plant by the microbes, plants can uptake valuable minerals and carbohydrates that were earlier locked in the soil. In return the plant feeds the microbes sugars, creating a symbiotic relationship that has been going on since the first palm arrived on our planet.

Organic matter is invaluable for growing and harboring microbes, earth's little soil builders. Earth’s skin “soil”, is a living entity much like coral reefs, and as sensitive. This organic energy found in our products is protein from the bodies of microbes that have died as a result of their reproduction cycles. This organic matter material provides about 40 to 50 pounds of nitrogen per acre, in about three years of building and continuous inputs the soils are the called sustainable soils.

Observing great forests or jungles and oasis, microbes are busy feeding the plants,envision a city of tiny microbial colonies by the billions,living breaking down soils,re- population and dying leaving their single cell forms behind creating organic matter, creating viable soil.

As organic matter in the soil increases, fertilizer input requirements are usually reduced, sometimes up to 50%.This depends on the type of crop that is being grown.Science has shown that soils with a diverse population of microbes improve the biological control of soil borne pathogens.

In the “green world" the norm is sustainable resources, such as food,soil and water meaning plants grown or produced with little to no harm to the environment that there is no danger in using up all natural resources.When farmers apply Mycorrhizal and beneficial bacteria along with humates, conditions in soil begin to change for the better quickly.

Usually, the first change in the soil is a return of the earthy fragrance, living soil. Farmers will notice a reduction in the crusting of the soil also, glossy leaves on plants, better taste, dense fruits, and vegetables with a longer shelf life. The reduction of the thick crusting and clodding will allow for a quicker more uniform plant stand because once seeds germinate, the shoot is able to break through the soil surface without struggling, this helps reduce the need for replanting in most cases and has conditioned the soil. Good viable mineral rich soils create, rich viable mineral packed produce. Healthy people and animals cleaner groundwater, cleaner oceans. 

 

  • drains well and warms up quickly in the spring
  • does not crust after planting
  • soaks up heavy rains with little runoff
  • stores moisture for drought periods
  • has few clods and no hardpan
  • resists erosion and nutrient loss
  • supports high populations of soil organisms
  • does not require increasing fertilizer for high yields
  • has that rich, earthy smell 

 

Dori Bon 

Grow for Change 

www.growforchange.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dori Bon