Michael Martin Melendrez: Advanced Soil Ecology MP3

Michael Martin Melendrez


In his detailed and fascinating talk from the 2009 Acres U.S.A. annual conference, Michael Martin Melendrez takes an advanced and detailed look at "super molecular substances," which provide the stimuli in the soil and humus. This was brand new science when it was unveiled at the Acres U.S.A. conference, and he took the time to present his new information to a crowd of farmers and land cultivators.

Michael Martin Meléndrez owns three New Mexico agri-businesses based out of Los Lunas, New Mexico. Michael is also the curator of a private botanical garden called the "Arboretum Tom," a site developed on toxic soil that was fixed with Michael's science. Today the arboretum has a huge collection of oaks of the world, many species of redwood, giant timber bamboo, maples, and others Michael is a founding member of the International Oak Society, officially started in 1994 at the Morton Arboretum in Chicago, Illinois, now represented by plant scientists from every continent and many nations of the world.

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