PHC Film: Soil is a living organism

  • Опубликовано: 5 лет назад

    Plant Health Cure BVPlant Health Cure BV
    подписчиков: 43 тыс.

    A very unique film on how to restore soil health
    More about Plant Health Cure: www.phc.eu/en/over-phc/visie-...

Caleb Gruber +242
Caleb Gruber

This video is amazing! I've never heard the symbiotic relationship of plant roots, rhizobacteria, and mycorrhizae described so wonderfully. And the video graphics are mind blowing!! Well done PHC!

3 года назад
Svela Nikolova
Svela Nikolova

Awesome stuff indeed. I got my soil healthy with leaves grass and gorse manure in just a year and a half. I went from gray silt to black gold loam in no time. My so is filled with worms fungi etc. I am so excited I am on the way of never watering or worrying about my soil. All I have to do is maintain the mchayer of 3 inches in the fall.

10 месяцев назад
steven price
steven price

Do you know of any more videos like this one? I learnt a lot in 11 mins ha.

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Some one
Some one

@ZчЖs 氷 I had already explained what child abuse had to do with Gruber's comment in my initial reply comment, so feel free to have another read and grow instead of doing what you're doing.

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The Chaos Gardener - Michael Fulton +56
The Chaos Gardener - Michael Fulton

Beautiful explanation! I have been experiencing this magic in my permaculture yard through trial and error. Everything in this video is what I have discovered that has allowed me to turn a desert backyard into a tropical paradise.

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Toni Heinonen +1
Toni Heinonen

I'm so glad to hear that 🙂

10 месяцев назад
Virginia Richter +107
Virginia Richter

Excellent film with spectacular videos showing growth and interaction with the mycorrhizal fungi. I think though that there is really more to it. Superficial tilling may be needed the first year but never after that. Plants allow soil to be built because they feed the AMF (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi). The AMF produce glomulin which protects the roots and forms aggregates to hold water, nutrients, SOM (soil organic matter) and soil life. The soil food web (Elaine Ingham) is more complicated and even more fascinating as the bacteria and fungi are eaten by the nematodes, who are eaten by protozoa, who are eaten by microarthropods...and on and on. Everybody is eating everybody else and in the process, creating the building blocks brought to the root by the AMF. Biodiversity, soil covered at all times and no-till are the 3 basic principles of regenerative agriculture. Perhaps their were other crops growing near the strawberries, but all the audience could see was monoculture. Loved your video. Virginia Richter, Soil Activist

5 лет назад
Bill Russell
Bill Russell

@Shuchi Pareek thanks for this.

6 месяцев назад
Bill Russell
Bill Russell

@Joshaklese your take . Not mine , or many others.

6 месяцев назад
Shuchi Pareek
Shuchi Pareek

Just noticed that you are a soil activist! Respect that! We need more people like you. Thank you for your contribution towards our planet.🙏🙏💐💐👏👏

9 месяцев назад
Shuchi Pareek
Shuchi Pareek

Oh wow! There's a lot more going on under the soil. Thank you for sharing this knowledge. Really appreciate it.🙏💐😊

9 месяцев назад
Shuchi Pareek
Shuchi Pareek

@Pius Floris I agree. Adding all of that information would have made it a little difficult to understand for most people. And that would also dilute the impact of this video. This way it will inspire more people. I really appreciate what you have achieved here.👏👏✌️💐💐

9 месяцев назад
Silviu Varzaru +230
Silviu Varzaru

Lesson to teach in schools. Mandatory.

2 года назад
Rashmika
Rashmika

@Samiullah k stop bringing ur religious superstition hear..

6 месяцев назад
Jason E +2
Jason E

Literally watching this video for my science class rn

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MMA Reviewer. +1
MMA Reviewer.

nah... just add to more indoctrination

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Tree Beard +1
Tree Beard

@hb2998 everyone took art classes for their electives that I knew. I took only business and accounting. They gave me the option so I took it lol.

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5 Minute Psychology +16
5 Minute Psychology

A truly valuable lesson. Not of gardening, agriculture or biology. It’s a lesson of life.

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Edi Albert +25
Edi Albert

Thank you for this beautiful visual illustration of soil biology and diversity! Great job 👍

3 года назад
Stay Primal +7
Stay Primal

Absolutely incredible video man ... this should be shown to kids in schools, so that everyone can have a better understanding of how life works.

10 месяцев назад
J Con +42
J Con

Really, it is saprophytic fungi that are the true soil improvers, they initially break dead matter down into the constituent parts usable by bacteria and mycorrhizal fungi. That said, the whole cycle is dependent upon each contributing part, whether its plant roots, mycorrhizae, actinomycetes, saprophytic fungi or small invertebrates, each plays a part in the natural system.

4 года назад
Oby-1 +13
Oby-1

So absolutely true. This is why we grow organically. Always have, always will.

2 года назад
Stormy Sampson
Stormy Sampson

Organic, don't panic!!! Did you know any petroleum or rubber or plastic product is ORGANIC? Any molecule with a Carbon atom is organic. Pahleese, slow the truck down and get on board!

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APS1988 +4
APS1988

Thank you! After watching this I want to spread the good news to everyone I know - This is amazing, truly. We keep telling ourselves such a bad stories about our relationship with the land - these are the stories that are just as true, and never shared. You've given me more purpose to life.

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Inge Buchanan +20
Inge Buchanan

Excellent video, would have loved to see the remainder of the soil food web included and the ability of the bacteria and fungi to produce enzymes that extract nutrients from the sand, silt and clay. But I guess you can only say so much in one video. Loved it.

5 лет назад
Cheryl Hillier +2
Cheryl Hillier

A really good explanation to be shared widely... if you don't understand why we have to support regenerative growing methods and change how we grow and what we eat after seeing this, there is no hope. That symbiotic relationship the plants have with the soil biome is as special as our own symbiotic relationship with our gut biome - you can't have one without the other - the plant is completely dependent on it for health and so are we.

3 года назад
J Harmon +256
J Harmon

Damn. I just got a bit of education. Also, an explanation why my grandfather never used fertilizer or lime but had super healthy plants year after year.

3 года назад
A Stick
A Stick

@Some one Im also a bit confused on what you are saying about me because you aren't telling me exactly what i'm doing wrong. Being non-specific when telling someone of a mistake makes people not understand what you mean, and depending on the tone will just get people angry and make an aggressive response.

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A Stick
A Stick

@Some one Since you wanted me to find a quote I suppose il pick this quote. When you said "it sounds like you refuse to acknowledge that child abuse still exists" they never actually mentioned anything about denying child abuse.

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Some one
Some one

@A Stick JC; I don't try to assume anything without actually saying so! There are a lot of comments here so quote me committing your allegation! You also speaking for everybody here says more about you than me and especially so considering reality and you claim not supporting child abuse.

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A Stick
A Stick

@Some one You also seem to assume many things on people. Thats not very fair and it also confuses people. Its not that its everyone else that is crazy, it just that you have appeared to have jumped to conclusions and think that everyone is crazy.

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Ademar Neto +99
Ademar Neto

Please, make a Brazilian Portuguese subtitles for this video! I need to show this to my father, he is a farmer and i want to implant this method in our cane sugar fields.

3 года назад
Cody dog
Cody dog

@Marilee Steele Farmers don't work for corporations. More and more people are finding out the money is in soil health and specialty crops. Its hard for a corporation to sell anything if the farmers don't believe in a bug in a jug anymore.

11 месяцев назад
Marilee Steele
Marilee Steele

@Cody dog Crop rotation or diversity (GMO single seed) not a consideration in agro industrial growers working for corporations interested only in their specialized, fast product scale productivity in isolation, not soil health or water use.& contamination or CO2. Humus is battery.

11 месяцев назад
Ademar Neto
Ademar Neto

@mao zedung I saw this video once, his compound is wonderful, and the organic production is clean. If every person plant his own food, it would be good, but at the moment, in a large scale is very difficult to have an organic farm to feed more people, because of the pests, weed, and plant diseases, I hope this change in the future with the use of biological defensives and other stuff......

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Ademar Neto
Ademar Neto

@mao zedung Burning is very harmful to the soil. we are looking to change this. I'm Agronomist, and we always seek for better and less harmful solutions, it's very difficult, but one day at a time 😀👍🏻

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Nisha Halai +1
Nisha Halai

Yes. 🙏🏽 And just to bring your point home to viewers - the reason we need good nutrition is so that we can think clearly and take clear actions in our relationships with each other. Plants and Vegetables can directly affect our entire body network which we refer to as “health and well-being”. Any imbalance in our soil and we may feel imbalances in our mental health and physical health.

11 месяцев назад
Jonathan Porter +5
Jonathan Porter

That was very interesting, thank you for taking the time to do this. I always wondered why the forest outback was so fertile looking, it's always moist, even though we don't water the area.

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Plant Health Cure BV +1
Plant Health Cure BV

Thank you Jonathan!

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Arrow Faust +4
Arrow Faust

Soil is the most important part of any ecosystem. It is the foundation after all. When the soil is healthy, harvests improve and wildlife thrives. I strongly recommend watching a documentary called "Regreening the desert with John D. Lui" It dives into restoring the soil in places where it's been impossible to do any sort of agriculture. Explaining how it's possible to do this on a planet-wide scale. Keep an eye on your soil folks! :)

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SiSwitzer +2
SiSwitzer

Fantastic video….. apart from the shallow plowing (I’d go more in minimal or no soil disturbance) this video has some fantastic info on soil makeup and interaction of all the different elements needed for a healthy soil ecology 🙌👌

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Butrus Damaskus
Butrus Damaskus

No, it isn't fantastic. In the nature you have big herds of herbivores. And you have predators eating those herbivores. That is a perfect ecosystem. Just look how insects are living in the cows' exrements! This is the wonderful cycle of life! Growing plants is always destructive, even if you can minimise the impact by going regenerative. However by growing plants you are always forcing the nature to one species. Compare this to a pasture with big herbivores like cows. You just put the animals and let the nature do it's job. Plants, bacteria, fungi, herbivores, insects - all are a part of an ecosystem. If done properly, the pasture will have a high biodiversity. That will increase the ability of the soil to bind organic matter (which means CO2) and to retent water. This is the real way to regenerate the soil and save the planet! We should stop this nonsense called plant-agriculture and eat meat!

10 месяцев назад
Shuchi Pareek +3
Shuchi Pareek

Very nicely explained!! Clear, concise and comprehensive! I seriously hope that people start understanding the intricate natural processes that maintain the balance in our soil. And they stop disturbing that balance by adding harmful chemical fertilizers to it. You have helped explain that beautifully. Thank you so much for this video!💐👏 #SAVE SOIL

9 месяцев назад
Organic Grow +3
Organic Grow

Wow this was amazing, very informative & very well put together, it is one of the best videos on the gardening subject I’ve come across you put all the important jewels of gardening so well into one video beneficial, thank you very much I will be sharing this with everyone I know & will rematch it many times, can’t wait for my kids to grow up to share this with them. I also grow my plants working with the natural system of beneficial bacteria & fungi. 🌹 ❤️ 🌱 ☀️

3 года назад
Pius Floris +1
Pius Floris

Thank you so much for this compliment.

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Plastic Container City +9
Plastic Container City

Wonderful film! Very informative. I loved the visuals of the bacteria and fungi. I now better understand this relationship. Thank you for sharing

5 лет назад
TheMrdenton +2
TheMrdenton

This has to be one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. Very very interesting and enlightening. You guys did great

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Plant Health Cure BV +1
Plant Health Cure BV

Thank you very much!

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fakiirification +2
fakiirification

I just randomly clicked on this as i was browsing plant videos. Ive been into bonsai as a hobby for several years. The person who taught me about it always said if you find white fungal threads on the bottom and sides of your root ball when you repot, then you know you have a healthy tree and have been doing your job properly. Now I understand why. Thanks!

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Sotiris Di. Bampagiouris +2
Sotiris Di. Bampagiouris

Excellent film. Today, a new generation of farmers, scientists and entrepreneurs of sustainable development, are shedding light on the connections between soil biodiversity and thriving agricultural systems. We will focus on this great work in trying to explain to farmers and Food Production Units the dimension of Health Soil. All the best! Sotirs Di. Bampagiouris | Local Food Experts sce | Crete

5 лет назад
Alexis G +48
Alexis G

How come 41 persons disliked 😔😳. The origin of all life come from plants... Plants cant thrive without living soil... Lets restore earth soil 🙌

3 года назад
Nick Topo
Nick Topo

@Alex Landwehr fact, plants are loving the high co2 rate.

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Lucky the Lemur
Lucky the Lemur

😄 no it did not. Abiogensis is the study of the origin of life and we don't know the origin yet. Plantae is a sister Kingdom to Metazoa (Anamalia), which came from Eularyotic cells.

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Dean Simmons
Dean Simmons

Ah, they just don't know any better. ☺️🌎❤️

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Sai Mani
Sai Mani

Amazing in depth narration on living micro organisim around the root zone, Feels like seeing Avatar movie, great job and many many thanks

2 года назад
Mwoab +2
Mwoab

Good introduction to a complex system. Still a bit surprised that the importance of earthworns is not mentioned. Same for covering the soil to keep humidity, to feed soil life, to avoid unwanted weeds, ... I hope more people will be interested by what they eat and how it should be produced...

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Robert Smiths Hair +1
Robert Smiths Hair

Build it and they will come…

11 месяцев назад
Neralyn Paloyo +2
Neralyn Paloyo

Couldn't be more educational. Excellent! 💚

2 года назад
EDWARD FINHOLDT +1
EDWARD FINHOLDT

Amazing video, wonderful explanation, it's really the biggest wake-up call to a better life. It should be given to the students all over the world. Incredible clear.

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Plant Health Cure BV
Plant Health Cure BV

Thank you for the big compliment Edward!

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T Rizz +15
T Rizz

I was waiting for him to say add the fungi to the hole you dig before planting. I will hold off from fertilizer after watching. I am in Florida and when I mixed potting soil, manure and peat I got root rot on wet years so I started planting directly in sand and have had my greatest success. But after watching I believe the places I've had former plants do better and I do not dig the roots up after the plant dies I just cut from stem at ground level. I used sunflowers for this. You can tell the difference when digging in other places as the sand is compact and not much organic matter.

3 года назад
Kelley McBride +15
Kelley McBride

Thanks for the upload, great video for beginners to live organic gardening very informative and well produced! 🌱🌿🌲☘🌴

3 года назад
Carpathian Hermit
Carpathian Hermit

Terra Pretta seen in the amazon is most fascinating. Definitely man made as the layer of soil is observed at the same depth across the amazon. Seems to be biochar but also has a unique microorganism content

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Flávia Oliveira +1
Flávia Oliveira

This is a great video. The graphics are of top quality and the explanations are easy to understand and accurate. Thank you so much.

3 года назад
Văn Quí Nguyễn +2
Văn Quí Nguyễn

This is the most exciting film on soil that I have ever seen. So amazing!

8 месяцев назад
TMG Egyesület +2
TMG Egyesület

Dear PHC, TMMG is one of the main hungarian representative of regenerative agriculture and we work hard to try and spread the word about soil health and biodiversity, amongst others. I would like to kindly ask you, if you could let us use your video, so we can put hungarian subtitle on it, therefore more people can see and understand how the soil actually works, this would help us tremendously! Thank you for your reply

3 года назад
Plant Health Cure BV
Plant Health Cure BV

Hello TMMG, sorry for our late reply and thank you for your intrest in our video. Offcourse you can use our video and put Hungarian subtitles on it. Please get in touch with us via info@phc.eu!

3 года назад
vaibhav jain +1
vaibhav jain

More and more people need to watch this as we in a time where plummeting soil health Cannot be ignored any further if ignored, it not going to end up good for anybody on this planet. The film is very engaging and I love how the beautiful symbiotic relations present in nature are shown.

8 месяцев назад
willimacdo +16
willimacdo

Very clearly and elegantly presented. I know more now. Thank you for taking the time.

2 года назад
MegaThefuture +1
MegaThefuture

What an amazing explanation, I hope more farmers around the world will get to see this

2 года назад
Augusto Fernandes +1
Augusto Fernandes

Marvelous....this is amazing...long awaited for something like this to give a clear picture....of what is actually needed to be done and how it work.. Thanks a million, this is the best explained.👌👌👍😇😊

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Plant Health Cure BV
Plant Health Cure BV

Thanks a lot for this big compliment Augusto!

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Anna-Lena Meijer +1
Anna-Lena Meijer

Thank you for a beautiful video. I will pass it on to people who need to understand the interaction between plants, soil and Mycorrhizae. I learnt yesterday how very important it is to leave a FLAT pit when you plant, in order not to disturb the hang-water capillaries in the soil. The system is there even though we don't see it.

2 года назад
Pius Floris
Pius Floris

Fantastic. You are so right!!

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Wanchat Theeranaew +1
Wanchat Theeranaew

Very short, concise and informative video that every human being should watch and learn.

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Kevin Keel +13
Kevin Keel

Imagine if you could explain this 200 years ago We would be on top of the world by now

2 года назад
Jerry Simon
Jerry Simon

not entirely true

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r H
r H

@Vidhi Patel why only India, even agricultural practice throughout the world was harmonious with nature 100 yrs back.

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Vidhi Patel +1
Vidhi Patel

Indian culture said it!😊

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Kosmantakis +6
Kosmantakis

This helps a lot people understand how plants work and now i understand why my grandfather never used fertilizers or pesticides , he also told me tha baking soda is like an organic pesticide

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gautham hongalkar +2
gautham hongalkar

Never understood the relationship between plants and microorganisms to this depth. Thank you very much

2 года назад
surag suresh yalaburgi +1
surag suresh yalaburgi

This is the best visualization I have seen so far. Hats off to the creators!!!!

9 месяцев назад
william wambete
william wambete

That was hypnotic, educational and above all deeply instructive. Amazing work!! Thank you.;;

4 месяца назад
Russ Conser
Russ Conser

Excellent video with great graphics explaining key scientific aspects of plant, bacteria and fungi interaction.  Best I've seen.  But a bit concerned about the impression left re "hummus" and "organic matter" as a separate system built upon dead plant matter from above and not interrelated (if not dominated) by the root/bacteria/fungi interaction below ground?

5 лет назад
Experimentador do Sertão +3
Experimentador do Sertão

Excelente explicação, pena que nem todos adotam essa prática orgânica.

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Jay Johnson +2
Jay Johnson

Love this video! It explains things in layman's terms.

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Soil Life Innovations +2
Soil Life Innovations

Well done! Awesome illustration! I show this video to all my clients for better understanding. Education never stops! Keep it up guys!!

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Plant Health Cure BV
Plant Health Cure BV

Thanks a lot!!

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Rhizophagous Ramblings with R.P. Humunculi +1
Rhizophagous Ramblings with R.P. Humunculi

Fabulous explanation and graphical representation. Thank you! Will be referring folks to this.

8 месяцев назад
Ramesh +2
Ramesh

Wow fentastic video and well explained with animation this is what we need to understand the relationship between life with mother earth that each living organisms depends on each other with out which the system fails. Like to know more detailed videos on how to support plants and trees to enrich soil with beneficial microbes and their functions

2 года назад
Josh Keefe +1
Josh Keefe

Great video! Thanks for putting this together! Sincerely, a science teacher who needed this.

3 года назад
Melissa Kennedy +31
Melissa Kennedy

This fungi/ bacteria that helps the roots is better known as mycelia. Mycoreforestation Is Mycelium regenerating, cleaning, etc. Paul Stamets book Mycelium Running is an excellent read on fungi/mycelia saving the planet.

3 года назад
Sunshine Sonchild
Sunshine Sonchild

Technically mycelium is the start of all fungal processes, right? It's basically the roots system for all fungi.

3 года назад
Javier Fernandez +1
Javier Fernandez

I put mushrooms in our yard and it is thick and full. It started out that way too. Amazing.

3 года назад
Melissa Kennedy +4
Melissa Kennedy

Apologies Bob Lee the proper term is mycorestoration. It's an umbrella concept including the selective use of fungi/mycelia for Mycoforestry, Mycofiltration, Mycoremediation, & Mycopesticides. Mycoforestry uses mycelium and mushrooms to enhance forest health, Mycofiltration uses mycelium to catch and reduce silt & upstream contaminants. Mycoremediation neutralizes toxins. Mycopesticides refers to the use of mycelium/fungi to help influence & control pest problems. Again a lot more on this if you lookup Paul Stamets... Or his book Mycelium Running. Hope this clears any confusion.

3 года назад
Bob Lee +2
Bob Lee

I tried looking up "mycoreforestation" and could not find anything. Edit: Ok I think you mean "Mycoforestry". Seems interesting. I also found Ecoforestry.

3 года назад
NUR AMIRAH SYAFIQAH BINTI SALMAN / UPM +1
NUR AMIRAH SYAFIQAH BINTI SALMAN  / UPM

A very good video. Its opened my eyes about the soil not only contain root but have soo many activities that lies within it.

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Eric Bruhn
Eric Bruhn

This video is so great! It just summarized my 3 years of studying agriculture! Why didnt I watch it before that whole mess?

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K. J. Botmang +1
K. J. Botmang

What a beautiful marriage between fungi and plant roots !

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Kelley McBride +2
Kelley McBride

Brilliant video well done 👍anyone who wants to expand on this should get the three book series "teaming with microbes" "teaming with fungi" and "teaming with nutrients" they are the cornerstone literature of organic farming 👨‍🌾🧬🌽🍄🥬🥦

2 года назад
Bee Barian +1
Bee Barian

Incredible. Wonderfully done.

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Dude +6
Dude

nice and informative! I was always wondering why there is so much fungus growing around an old plants roots, when I unearth it. the plants are usually fine but I thought that couldn't be good for it. the more you know .)

3 года назад
James Barrett
James Barrett

Fungus in the Green functions as a brain in an animal.

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Awang Sanjaya +1
Awang Sanjaya

Thank you for this educative video! Very compact and easy to understand

4 месяца назад
Jakob Ritter +1
Jakob Ritter

This is a huge contribute to make the world a better place. Thank you!

10 месяцев назад
Carmelita Montebon +1
Carmelita Montebon

Great information👍. This is very timely for me. Thank you for this wonderful video. This helps me understand the importance of organic farming👍

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Fathur Rohman +7
Fathur Rohman

20 years after graduating from agricultural school, just understood the role of mycorrhiza, bacteria and fungi in the process of absorbing water and nutrients needed by plants. Tks.

2 года назад
The Great Western Bengal Project
The Great Western Bengal Project

They never taught you this at school you're saying?

Месяц назад
Seshadri Varadarajan
Seshadri Varadarajan

true

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Grow and show@420
Grow and show@420

Very Good, and clear voice easy to understand, brilliant effects looks great, could do one on the micro and macro nutes and minerals and where its used up on its pathway to? Part of the bio in the tree /bush, plants + sunlight 🤔👌☀️🌲 thank you

11 месяцев назад
El MUNDO de Gared +3
El MUNDO de Gared

Uno de los mejores vídeos informativos y informativo qué he visto! Me gustaría saber quiénes son ustedes y colaborar, con está extraordinaria manera de consientizar.

3 года назад
Lena C +4
Lena C

Beautiful animation, great work!

3 года назад
Dr. Nephilim Research +4
Dr. Nephilim Research

Wow good made. I wish to add temperatures for soils and ph uptake, and humidity to be added to this film next time :D

4 года назад
kahvac +7
kahvac

New sub here ..Incredible video thanks for taking the time to make and share it !

4 года назад
Save Soil
Save Soil

Oh wow!🌼🌻🌸 Thank you so much for sharing this! Very relevant right now🙏 #SaveSoil #ConsciousPlanet 💚

11 месяцев назад
Zealhozi
Zealhozi

I love this. As it has proven my intuition. The next step I would like u to talk about is. Having plants grow with themselves. Meaning using apples to fertilize apples and etc.

3 года назад
Emilio Sereni
Emilio Sereni

If you fertilize apples with apples, what do you eat??

3 года назад
R D +3
R D

Great video with excellent information!!

5 лет назад
Ram +1
Ram

Great Video, Organic farming explained with some exceptional Visuals. Keep adding more ...

2 года назад
Crazyman1212 +2
Crazyman1212

My cannabis plants are doing fantastic. I now use mycorrhizae and rhizobacteria in combination with air pots. No more nutrient issues or disease, very informative video thank you.

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Rod +1
Rod

That's really a good presentation. I'm using ME (efectivy microorgnism) in order to became my soil alive.

5 лет назад
Fabio DeSantis CAmpos
Fabio DeSantis CAmpos

Otimo vídeo. Precisava de uma versão em português. Podemos conversar sobre essa possibilidade, Great video. It's importante to have a portuguese version.

3 года назад
Clevronne Glemason +2
Clevronne Glemason

Fantastic video. I just love it.Nature is light years advanced than us.let learn from it because we've been left in the dust for far too long.

2 года назад
Lo La +3
Lo La

This deserve millions of views

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Miftahul TANI, pujasuma +1
Miftahul TANI, pujasuma

Hello friends, I'm a farmer from Indonesia. Greetings from me. Good luck, always healthy and prosperous, for all of us. and I hope that Indonesian farmers are getting more advanced, like in your country, the tools are sophisticated, and modern. I hope we can be friends, exchange knowledge and knowledge even through youtube and this virtual world amen 🙏🤝🤝🙏..

9 месяцев назад
Muhammad Firdaus Samsudin +1
Muhammad Firdaus Samsudin

Excellent. Very complete explanation. This video should get more view! Good job.

5 лет назад
N Flores +1
N Flores

research mycorrhizae, azosprilium, gliocladium, part of the symbiosis..glad this type of stuff is being found and shared. The level of fungi present in the soil def makes a diff. Let's all grow, share, care and ditch the govern-mentis!

3 года назад
Paulo Silva +2
Paulo Silva

Fantastic work, thank you.

5 лет назад
Dima Gapitch
Dima Gapitch

How much more easier the growing process would be if people knew and practiced this knowledge! + healthy plants and many other advantages! Could you, please, translate it into Russian? (or even, perhaps, I could)

2 года назад
jl +6
jl

This video is so well done. Thank you

3 года назад
Bob Burkinshaw +2
Bob Burkinshaw

Excellent! The only thing that I would add is the role of properly managed livestock in increasing the soil biology.

2 месяца назад
Под Арод +1
Под Арод

Я просто в шоке. Несколько минут и так доступно... у нас в институте, год бы разжовывали б...

3 года назад
Helen Processofgrowing +1
Helen Processofgrowing

Very well explained.

5 лет назад
Armando Rios
Armando Rios

Excelente video. Es muy importante darlo a conocer a los jovenes y a toda la gente del mundo que estan siendo envenenados con pesticidas y fertilizantes que solo hacen millonarias a la s empresas y esta llevando a la pobreza a la gente del campo.

2 года назад
Food Preservation - உணவு பதப்படுத்துதல் +2
Food Preservation - உணவு பதப்படுத்துதல்

Classic, awesome explanation with animation, thank u

3 года назад
WhoAreIsraelites 777 +4
WhoAreIsraelites 777

I love this thank you so much! I want to know everything about the Earthly Mother!

3 года назад
Kaur Parve +1
Kaur Parve

Very nice bit of basics. Good job!

5 лет назад
URANOPHILE +2
URANOPHILE

As a researcher I could not ask more .. beautifully shown

3 месяца назад
Yes I can
Yes I can

Is there any video explaining how to apply this technique in an arid desert land 🤔? Any help will be appreciated 🙏

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Turning Tide Foundation +2
Turning Tide Foundation

Absolutely brilliant!

3 года назад
Harsh Chaturvedi
Harsh Chaturvedi

Well done so easily you have described Very useful for new farmer . Thanks

3 года назад
Buddha Boy +3
Buddha Boy

Amazing... thank you !!!

5 лет назад
Sharif Rahim +2
Sharif Rahim

much appreciated, keep up the good work

Год назад
Peter Gambier
Peter Gambier

Just read the book 'Wilding' by Isabella Tree. I stopped reading the introduction about halfway through because it was so depressing. By using the heavy machinery we are compacting the soils and killing the pathways that the trees and plants need to communicate with one another. Just in the 1st chapter alone she talks about the Oak tree and its symbiotic relationship with a member of the Corvid family, the Jay. One bird will pick up to 6 or 7 acorns and fly up to a mile away from the tree planting the acorns, once the acorn has put down it's tap root it produces 2 nutritious leaves which the Jay can eat or feed to it's young. There are so many convincing arguments within the book about what we are doing wrong with modern farming techniques that this should be compulsory reading in every agricultural college of the industrialised world, we are screwing things up so badly for the next generation and by re-wilding we could at least improve on what damage we have done and bring back the worms. Mrs Tree is in the US doing a book tour at present and if you live there I recommend that try to go to see one of her talks.

3 года назад
Peter Gambier
Peter Gambier

Morning Chris, I would have replied earlier but I just found your answer in my spam folder. I was just repeating what I read in Isabella's book. A month later I actually met the author and found her to be an honest and reasonable human and not one to write bollox. I hear what you say and that makes sense too so I'll have to look into it a bit more. There are a lot of strange bedfellows in the world of nature and I never cease to be amazed by what we come to learn, still, it would be nice if it was true wouldn't it?

3 года назад
Peter Gambier
Peter Gambier

In all honesty Chris I have never seen this happen I read about it in Mrs Tree's fabulous book called 'Wilding'. It's in chapter one and even asked her about it when she visited Sherborne to give a talk. I would also say that I have never seen a Jay eating an acorn either but if it had been seen to eat it then that was to store it down inside it's gullet. It's a symbiotic relationship and there are plenty of those like the Acacia tree and one species of ant. The ant protects the tree from beetles and such and the tree produces a sticky sap substance I think.

3 года назад
Chris Shepard
Chris Shepard

While I agree with your sentiment, the bit about the Jay eating the oak leaves or feeding them to their young is wrong. They cache many acorns because they eat acorns....and forgotten ones often become trees. But they don't eat little oak leaves.....if they return to an acorn, it's to eat the acorn.

3 года назад
Horozlu Meşe Permakultur ve Ekolojik Yaşam Çiftliği
Horozlu Meşe Permakultur ve Ekolojik Yaşam Çiftliği

Thanks a lot for the explanatory video. I will send the video link the people who ask how will you grow plant without plowing. I also add Turkish subtitle. Türkçe altyazıları ekledim. Sağ alttan seçerek Türkçe altyazılı olarak izleyebilirsiniz.

3 года назад
xtceeee1
xtceeee1

Is this for short living crops too? Or just wild plants?

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