Learn The Science and Practical Applications of the Soil Foodweb.
Find out how the Soil Foodweb can lead to tremendous transformations in soil fertility.
Over the last 30 years, Dr. Elaine Ingham's soil science practices have repaired degraded landscapes and farms on every scale imaginable. In this webinar, we'll show you case studies of soil restoration, and an overview for understanding and repairing your soil biology.
-How to understand the Soil Foodweb on a practical level.
-How you can create custom compost and compost tea treatments specificially targeting your soils biology.
-Why you can save big through making your own compost tea compared to conventional fertilizer.
-How to restore soil biology on vastly different scales, from the smallest farm to the largest ranch.
-How understanding the Science of the Soil Foodweb will give you instant feedback and a way to measure productivity on your land.
-Why you should trust a microscope over expensive soil tests
Dr. Elaine Ingham is recognized around the world as the leader in soil microbiology and research of the soil foodweb. She is an energetic, easy-to-understand speaker who explains why life in the soil is so important.
With decades of experience as a professor, researcher, and soil benefactor consulting in the field she has helped thousands of homeowners, growers, and influential companies understand healthy soil via healthy organisms.
Dr. Ingham's research focus is currently on small and medium scal sustainable management of vegetable and pasture systems, on carbon sequestration with agricultural crops where observations of as much as 10 more tons of carbon per acre sequestered per annum have occurred in crop soils, to food forest systems to hydroponics and aquaponics.
In 1998, Elaine Ingham led a team of scientists that stopped a world-threatening strain of genetically modified bacteria from being released. Needless to say, her knowledge of soil Biology is vast, and vitally imporant to farmers, scientists, biologists, and conservationists.