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5.0 out of 5 starsLet's build some soil!
Reviewed in Canada on March 18, 2020
Love.the real lived stories interwoven with solid, hands on facts & practices of building soil & regenerating landscapes.
5.0 out of 5 starsA common sense approach to Regenerative Agriculture
Reviewed in Canada on November 21, 2019
If you were in need of handbook for tickling your farm back into shape, then go no further. Nicole's book will undoubtedly help facilitate the acceleration of the Regenerative Agriculture Movement. For years I've been struggling to connect the dots of regeneration and this book has helped immeasurably. I have found this book a practical guide to bio-remediation and rectifying the wrongs of 80 years of "conventional" agriculture on my mountain farm in a temperate rainforest.
Note: If you cannot decipher the english language because you're a luddite or potentially an english major showing off your impressive vocabulary then perhaps this book isnt for you. But for the rest of us with half a brain this book poses no serious problems.
5.0 out of 5 starsReverse climate change on your farm, market garden, garden or allotment
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2020
A vital addition to your farming knowldege to reverse climate change through your farm by adjusting management protocols. Improved soil health, stock and pasture health. Reduce your costs whilst improving profits. Also of interest to arable farmers, market gardeners, crofters and those growing their own veg. A must for your desktop.
5.0 out of 5 starsStrongly recommended - not just for farmers
Reviewed in Germany on December 2, 2019
I never thought I'd say this but I'm excited about soil. Yes, soil. "Dirt". I've always been more into livestock than cropping or anything else and those lectures at university mostly were borderline boring. This book actually got me interested about the world below our feet.
Whether you're wondering about climate change or sustainable food production - 'For the love of soil' is an excellent starting point for understanding how regenerative agriculture can improve our food and our lands. It's an entertaining read, Nicole Masters sure knows how to tell a story and I have recommended this book to my friends, farming or not.
The only thing I would criticise is the lack of proofreading (at least in my pre-ordered e-book), it takes away from this otherwise competent and professional work.
3.0 out of 5 starsInteresante contenido pero escrita malísima
Reviewed in Spain on April 5, 2021
Esta autora, necesitaba de alguien que, le editara su texto. Tiene centenares de "," mal, colocadas y muchos otros, problemas gramaticales. El texto es, interesante aunque pasa de un tema, al otro sin gran esfuerzo de, explicar lo que presenta. (molesta, verdad?)