Harvesting Microbes with Nigel Palmer

On Wednesday, May 24,  at The George Hall Farm in Simsbury, the Hartford Area CT BFA Chapter enjoyed a very informative talk by Nigel Palmer of The Institute of Sustainable Nutrition on how to capitalize on the ubiquitous supply of indigenous microbes that will boost our soil and plant health. Nigel talked about how critical it is to have a robust and diverse population of microbes and insects and worms in our soil.  The diversity and number of life forms in the soil is the key to our Read more [...]

Share your photos from your remineralized gardens

As you may have noticed I uploaded to Facebook some great photos of veggies growing at the George Hall Farm in Simsbury and Holcomb Farm in Granby, two members of the Bionutrient Food Association. I thought we would all enjoy the inspiration of seeing examples of what regenerative farming can produce. If any other members of the Bionutrient Food Association have good examples growing in their own gardens, please do share! If you can send me the photos with a brief description of what minerals/amendments Read more [...]