Regenerative Agriculture and Robust Compost

Regenerative Agriculture is the return to the harmonious and mindful application of

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Guest Blog by Matt Jerge, Formerly 
Master Cultivator, Sur Farms, Salinas
R&D Manager, Vertical farms, Buellton CA
Operations Manager, Start Inc, Carpenteria 

natural systems to farming.  This approach has proven its ability to dramatically increase the nutritional value of crops, without sacrificing yields, while reducing inputs and associated costs of highly intrusive techniques, healing the damage done by conventional approaches to farming.

 

The true cost and inherent flaws in the conventional approach to how mankind interacts with the ecosystem are now emerging.  It will be in a return to the natural systems, those that evolved over centuries and millennia in which mankind will discover its salvation.

Insight into the soil ecosystem is being displayed in the related work of institutions such as Cornell and the University of Illinois involving minimal tillage practices to allow soil ecosystems to heal themselves and the results on crop production. In the emergence of regenerative agricultural practices that represent the evolution of the organic movement.

The discoveries of Paul Stamets and the applications for fungi in breaking down pollution and restoring ecosystems. And countless other emerging discoveries related to embracing and utilizing the wisdom of millions of years of evolution, as opposed to fighting it, or thinking we as a species have the mental capacity to improve upon, or right to claim dominion over the miracle that is our planet.

SymSoil Robust Compost represents the key component to the evolution of agriculture.

SymSoil is at the forefront of developing and proving out techniques for taking this harmonious interaction to commercial scale, the true value of this work is only beginning to be understood. The application of this work will play a vital role in the future of agriculture. Restoring the nutritional value to foods, reducing pesticide use and the auxiliary damage that does to the environment, conserve and help clean our most valuable resource…. fresh water.

I cannot overstate how important this work is, or how valuable it will demonstrate itself to be to the future of agricultural production and long term survival of our species. A key component in the healing of the ecosystem we depend on for survival. The regenerative capabilities and possible applications of this work will reach across the globe in the generations to come.

This is the ground floor….. the Regenerative Agriculture movement is growing rapidly, and it will touch the life of every human.

This is an investment in all future generations. Please, support the movement toward a return to true and complete human health, beginning with the healing of the mother that birthed us all. Every human is born of this earth, and to this earth will return……

I think Michael Pollan said it best: “Cheap food is an illusion. There is no such thing as cheap food. The real cost is paid somewhere. And if it isn’t at the cash register, its charged to the environment or to the public purse in the form of subsidies. And its charged to your health.”

About SymSoil

SymSoil Inc., a Benefit Corporation (B), is a leader in development of biological soil amendments for agriculture that restores the microbes that provide the right food to the plant roots, improving plant health, and making food more tasty and nutrient dense, the way nature intended. These indigenous crop and regional soil specific microbes regenerate the soil significantly increasing crop yields and nutrient density in food. For more information please visit https://www.fundable.com/symsoil-inc or  call 833-SYMSOIL (833-796-7645)

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