The Soil and Health Library is a unique collection of seminal publications on the larger aspects of our selves: agriculture as our body, society as our mind, spirit as our true self and health as truth. A journey through the Library may be aided by Guides who know a bit about the larger frame around the works. As a voice for our Guides we have created this blog, with subsections corresponding to the individual libraries. Here you may find the:
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Original publication date: 24 October, 2016
Last modified date: 24 October, 2016
Yes, that is an oil well in the field! This certified Organic farm near Maricopa, California, is growing blueberries in a soil-less media. Surrounded by chemical agriculture for miles and miles, one has to wonder whether these blueberries taste like anything but oil and sand. Buyer beware – not all…
Original publication date: 21 September, 2016
Last modified date: 22 September, 2016
We all eat. We take in food, water and air, and turn it into the very substance of our bodies. Yet eating is such a common everyday occurrence that we rarely think about it. We rarely think of it as a sacred act connecting us to everything else in the…
Original publication date: 7 July, 2016
Last modified date: 31 July, 2016
Liquid fertilizers create a huge boost, especially when added to already fertile balanced soil. I urge every gardener to try fertigating a few plants and see what it does. A very small quantity of fertilizer applied to leaves has as much (or more) result than many times more of that…
Original publication date: 15 June, 2016
Last modified date: 6 July, 2016
The Soil and Health Library Association has started this blog to expand upon their vision for this library: to make available works which empower people to grow their own food, be healthy and think for themselves. Self-empowerment is true freedom.