Albrecht's Hidden Lessons: The Albrecht Papers Volume 3 by William A. Albrecht Ph.D. ed. by Charles Walters
Noteworthy Essays on Soils and Crops
Carefully organized in chapters dealing with specific subjects such as mycorrhiza, calcium, magnesium and soil organic matter, Albrecht also includes convincing explanations of the relationship between humans, plants and animals, and his substantiated theory and observation that declining soil fertility is responsible for poor crops, pathological conditions in animals fed deficient feeds from such soils, and poor human health.
Albrecht's work provides an indispensable foundation for anyone interested in sustainable, ecologically responsible agriculture - his teachings are more critical today than ever. This valuable collection of essays reveals the insights of a brilliant soil scientist who was ahead of his time.
Softcover, 411 pages