Earthfort DVD Set or USB drive


Set of 5 DVD’s

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Save money with our jam packed DVD or USB drive series on soil microbiology!

With this series you receive an understanding of:

Practical Soil Microbiology – basics on bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and nematodes and how they impact all plants.

Compost Production – methods and materials to make compost and recognition of good and bad quality.

Compost Tea and Alternatives – proper production methods/equipment, with what ingredients, timing and limitations.

Biologically Based Pest Management – learn the many ways to encourage good bugs and discourage pests naturally.

Ecological Succession – primary/secondary succession, stages of plant succession and which plants grow best in each stage.

Four hours and thirty five minutes total run time.

NOTE: Offered in DVD’s or USB Drive

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– In this 60 minute DVD, we give an overview of a biological perspective to pest management, and review the fundamentals of diversity in agricultural systems, and using knowledge of life cycles to effectively prevent and control pests.
– This 50 minute DVD covers the theory of composting and how to produce healthy, productive compost. We discuss appropriate starting materials, ratios for different mixes, how to measure temperature, when to turn the pile, and how to tell when your hand-crafted humus is finished.
– This 57 minute DVD covers how compost tea offers a simple and effective method of obtaining all the benefits of a biological approach to growing, when compost cannot be applied. We clarify appropriate tea application, most effective methods of production, and how to integrate tea into growing practices.
– This 48 minute DVD teaches the practical applications of soil biology, as well as why and how we should manage this resource. It is the perfect class for those new to soil microbiology, or as a refresher for those already using a biologically-based approach.
– This 40 minute DVD covers both primary and secondary succession. We look at each stage of plant succession and which plants grow best in each stage and why.

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