Practical Applications for a New Earth!
The main purpose of this blog will be to provide practical application that the average gardener, landscaper, rural landowner and even land restoration manager will be able to use for successful results on whatever project they may be involved with. Understanding some of the mechanics are of just how the plant world works and interacts with their environment through mycorrhizal networked relationships with other unrelated plants in such a complex sophisticated system, how it functions, importance of water quality and response of these plants to such just such a healthy system as opposed to the convention science-based maintenance regimens are of huge importance as far as practical applications in a modern day world where Nature presently is being ruined by humankind. Ignorance, stupidity, arrogance, selfishness, greed are but a few of the reasons our planet's various natural components are ceasing to function properly. No real need to give modern examples, as they appear in daily News Headlines on a regular basis.
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Throughout the blog I'll introduce a few subjects and videos which will help the reader get a feeling for what is presently happening to our Earth and the reasons why these things are happening. Many of these present modern day failures in nature had a forewarning decades ago by numerous conscientious researchers who've been either laughed at or never taken seriously by those who profit by the way the economic system presently operates. While one would think that "Science" is such an amazing and wonderful tool, which it could be and at times has been, the truth of the matter is that it has actually been the very cause of the numerous failures we see in nature. Why ?
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As Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms often says, "What if Nature and the Ecology had a Manhattan Project ?" Rather than science-based Chemicals which were great for making Bombs and brought us the failed "Green Revolution" which was said to stimulate plant growth for greening the world's deserts, we would have had a healthy planet using technologies based on the observations of just how the natural world actually works and replicating these observations into viable technologies for our economical systems.
For a further in depth discussion of the intricate underground workings of the plant world's networking relationships, see my other blog at:
Enjoy the reading!