This book demolishes the mythology on which toxic chemical agriculture has been built. Dr. Dan Skow’s teacher was the late Dr. Carey Reams, and the lessons he learned — and improved upon — are important ones. This book teaches how to measure fertility down to the atomic level and project forward bins and bushels with brix high enough to confer immunity to fungal, bacterial and insect attack — and to ward off weeds. The biological theory of ionization as applied to agriculture for all to understand. Practical, hands-on advice that is hard to come by.
Copyright 1991, 1995, softcover, 206 pages.