This work was the first book to attack Von Liebig’s salt fertilizer thesis, and it stands as valid today as when first written over 115 years ago. Translated from the German writings of Julius Hensel, the book was designed to introduce the people of the U.S. to the idea that plants require healthy food in order to flourish, just as a human being does. It describes a then new and rational system for fertilization which has become science today — fertilizing with stone dust. Hensel went searching for food for plants and found it in the primeval rocks. Fed on such foods, plants will yield healthy, wholesome and life sustaining food that escapes disease and parasites. A wide press-mirror is the second part of the book an give us an idea, how really great this movement had been...
- Publication Date
- Sep 29, 2011
- Science & Medicine
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- By (author): John Schacher, By (author): Dr. med. Julius Hensel