Everyone knows you need soil to plant flowers, veggies and fruit. But only few know that different kind of plants require different types of soil – fewer still know the details. It surprises many that humus, a very precious resource, is slowly but surely running out. Dramatic losses of fertile soils are caused mostly by human impact on the environment. But we can also help regenerate humus and will soon have to take steps to avoid the total loss of fertile lands. After all, without fertile soil, it will be next to impossible to feed our rapidly growing population.
The fascinating and insightful non-fiction book “HUMUS” by Veronika Bond is an invitation to become EarthKeepers. If people want to take care of Mother Earth, they need to get to know her better. The book answers questions like: What makes the planet come alive? What kind of food does soil need? In what environment can the soil-population grow and thrive? Readers might be surprised to learn that it isn’t that diffcult to undo the damage that has been done and that everyone can have a positive impact.
“HUMUS” by Veronika Bond is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7469-2067-2. tredition assists young and unknown authors with publishing their own books, but also cooperates with publishers and publishing houses. tredition publishes books in print and digital formats, distributes locally and online, and actively markets all titles.
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