Vegetables and Soil Quality

There’s a reason that we grow our garden in the same pen in which we keep cattle all winter.

Did you know that the composition of the soil in which a vegetable is grown can alter it’s nutritional status? Plants grown in soil that is rich in humus and microbes will be more nourishing to the human body than those grown with conventional petroleum based fertilizers.

Read this article from Scientific American to learn more!

Photo Credit: Martin Poole, Digital Vision/Thinkstock

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