There's a grass roots 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 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 backinto the organic world.
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.
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 360 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, you will come away 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.
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, 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.
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 in parcel of whole growth, however Western man has been full-on into unbalancing the soil to where we today have unhealthy soil structure, depleted in the other 71 minerals, 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 Interview: Microcosm in the Macrocosm
Graeme presented a full day Biological Farming seminar entitled 'Banking on Biology" in Pukekohe on Tuesday 30th October 2012.
A Human Wellness seminar in Ponsonby, Auckland on the evening of Monday 5th November 2012.
For further information, contact Guy Macindoe who is a representative for Nutri-Tech here in NZ - Guy's Email address is [email protected] or you can call or text him on (021) 931 832
Graeme also spoke at the Healthy Living Show - Viaduct Events Centre Westhaven Auckland on Friday 2nd November and was a member of a panel discussion on Sunday 4th.