Harold Willis Ph. D.
Longtime ecological farming author/researcher Harold Willis explains the foundation concepts of natural farming & issues the call for cleaner forms of food & fiber production. In this single volume, the author details the interconnections between soil chemistry, microbial life, plants, & livestock. He discusses the current problems in agriculture & suggests how lessons from nature provide the road map to efficiency, effectiveness, and profitability.
This book is certain to become a classic of clean farming & one of the most heavily bookmarked volumes on a farmer’s bookshelf.
Soft Cover 384 p.