Graeme Sait: Biological Agriculture - Pioneer of Nutritional Farming - A revolution happening today

Interviewed by Tim LynchOctober 4, 2017
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Graeme Sait is originally from Taranaki and has spent most of his life away from NZ as a global leader, and the question is asked, can one man make a difference?
Is it possible that one person’s knowledge and enthusiasm can produce a counter tipping point to farming and land management - into a new upcycle.
One where in a few short years, soil across our whole country can be revitalized, rivers, lakes and aquifers cleaned up, less livestock, (cows) needed
but enabling far higher productivity? More Co2 from the atmosphere being sequestered by the microflora, the mega trillions of bacteria and fungi that
live and comprise the soil? Resulting in more sustainability across the ecosphere?

Why? Because science is belatedly realising that the answer is found in the soil - healthy soil.

Graeme Sait, is the co-founder of Qld Company, Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS), a recognised world
leader in sustainable agriculture/horticulture. He is a sought after, global keynote speaker, plus was the founder of Radiance, the 6 day Wellness
Festival in Queensland that attracted crowds in excess of 12,000. He has many years of researching health and wellbeing and the benefits of all the
correct foods especially fats and oils to teas, herbal remedies plus soil health agricultural systems and biological farming etc.

Soil microflora and fungi

Learn of the profound interdependence of soil microflora of bacteria and fungi that is crucial to plant growth, healthy soil (and sequesting Co2 from the
atmosphere). Just like the micro flora in our gut and digestive system, when we are free of chemical additives, everything flourishes and comes back
into balance.

There's a grassroots revolution taking place as we read and its emergent principles are so profound that it is ushering in sweeping, positive changes to
land use, farming and market gardening practices to our beleaguered planet, Mother Earth.

This most refreshing and insightful interview covers minerals, soil bacteria, fungi to plant health, that extends to vegetation, animal and ultimately
to human health. Not quite organic, it however, leads us back into the organic world.

A vision for agriculture and human health

His inspirational vision for agriculture and human health has been documented in over 300 published articles and he is currently completing three new books,
covering this vast subject. A much sought after, entertaining and informative speaker, Graeme has inspired audiences all over the world.

Global warming emissions and acidification of the oceans can be mitigated by conscious use of soil bacteria, soil carbon and humous and if we use appropriate
knowhow found in biological agriculture … astounding possibilities not mentioned in mainstream media will give the youth (and all people of
our planet) a much needed boost in morale and optimism.

Biological agriculture success stories

In South Africa, the uptake of biological agriculture is expanding at near exponential rates as farmers witness the viability and in particular the yields
from healthy soil of vital healthy produce. Lead by Woolworths 460 supermarkets nationwide, they only source fresh food from certified Biological farmers
and producers.

Listen to the profound biological agricultural changes happening with Dole the world's largest producer and marketer of high-quality fresh fruit on the
astounding shifts within this corporation that are happening at this very moment.

And in Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, having saturated the land with chemical and toxic agriculture, and the resulting highest percentage of cancers per
head of population anywhere, are just now, changing course into biological agriculture.

Having personally witnessed two of Graeme's presentations myself, you will come away totally inspired to far better health practices, plus a greater respect
for nature and the depth of knowledge this man has regarding physical health and well being.

His many interviews on - cover such a range of subject matter - it is so huge and compelling.

Covering the cause of the top diseases such as heart, cancer, diabetics, alzheimers and chronic fatigue, to cod liver oil's superb results, as well as
coconut oil, the use (or non use) of cooking oils to mineral up-take, plus dumping your microwave oven, to no tilling of your home garden to the incredible
results of rotation of cows grazing on pasture is the big story of the future … the list goes on.

Soil health - The Holy Grail?

The holy grail is soil health, based on bacteria, fungi, earthworms in concert with nature and reciprocity is the essence of this biological approach to
producing healthy food.


Farming over the last 60 years plus, has been based on the mistaken analysis in the 19th century of plant growth and that NPK, nitrogen, phosphorous and
potassium were basically perceived as all that plants needed to utilize to grow, when in fact there are 74 mineral compounds that are all part of whole
growth. However, western man has been full-on into unbalancing the soil to where we today have unhealthy soil structure, basically depleted in the
other 71 minerals, with far less soil bacteria and fungi, resulting in unhealthy plants, animals and now humans - all due to factory farming, extractive
agriculture and an increasingly toxic chemical ideology.

Fortunately, this is finally changing.

An inspiring interview regarding our collective future.

Previous GreenplanetFM Interviews:

Microcosm in the Macrocosm

Graeme Sait, Globally Recognised Revolutionary Keynote Speaker on Soil, Animal and Human Nutrition


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Tim Lynch

Tim Lynch, is a New Zealander, who is fortunate in that he has whakapapa, or a bloodline that connects him to the Aotearoan Maori. He has been involved as an activist for over 40 years - within the ecological, educational, holistic, metaphysical, spiritual & nuclear free movements. He sees the urgency of the full spectrum challenges that are coming to meet us, and is putting his whole life into being an advocate for todays and tomorrows children. 'To Mobilise Consciousness.'

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