To be optimally healthy, we need nutritious food, which can be hard to find anymore.
Even organic farmers have a tough time growing food that’s as nutritionally-dense as what you can grow in your backyard or your balcony.
But growing organic food comes with challenges: insects destroy your plants, weeds take over, fruits and veggies just don’t go anywhere.
And all of that before we get to nutrition side of things.
But I’m here to help with all of that. I’ll give you a few things to check out down below…
This 92-page ebook is a condensed version of my full book, Building Soils Naturally. The main things you’ll learn are:
- How to use compost and microbial inoculants to diversify the soil and arboreal food webs, because its these organisms that feed and protect plants
- How to test your soil and fertilize organically, because balancing soil nutrients is crucial for growing healthy plants
- How to control pests and weeds forever, without chemicals, by focusing on their root causes
Choose Your Own Adventure
For more casual learning, you can go to the blog to see all lessons from newest to oldest.
Through a combination of video and text, I’ll show you how to improve soil and plant health using inoculants, compost, fertilizers, and more.
Some years I post 20 lessons and other years I’m too busy to post anything at all, but the lessons are evergreen, so feel free to go back through them.
Many people come here because they want to grow healthier plants.
I’ve learned that the most common 2 goals are to grow:
- Plants that don’t get bothered by pests, and
- Plants that produce more nutritious food.
That’s where organic fertilizers and microbial inoculants really make a big difference.
My name is Phil Nauta. I’m an organic gardener.
I grew up working for my parents in their garden center.
I didn’t think I’d want to keep gardening after so many years of cutting grass and digging holes.
But I fell in love with gardening when I studied the organic approach.
My main area of interest is improving soil and plant health in order to grow organic, nutrient-dense food.