Using worms to create Living Soil results in :
Nutrition: Delicious, nutrient-rich plants.
Vitality: Plants growing in living soils are inherently stronger and need less protection, allowing low input food production methods to be used.
Drought tolerance: Nutrients are in colloidal states rather than being soluble, naturally grown plants only feed when they want to, are not overloaded with chemical salts, and can continue to grow under drier conditions.
Pollution: Nutrients are not soluble so they stay in the soil where they are needed rather than leaching away and causing pollution.
Greenhouse impact: Does not require energy intensive inputs of agricultural crop chemicals and fertilizers.
Collaborators : Brad Ward and Jerry Larson, January, 2017