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Case Study Library
Over the past four decades Dr. Elaine’s™ Approach has helped numerous farmers to restore their soils. We are putting together a library of case-studies to give you an overview of the results that can be achieved.
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Case Study Library
The Whiting Farm
With the costs of chemicals and artificial fertilizers, new fees on unmanageable manure pits, growing vet bills, and fields not recovering, The Whiting’s Farm was on the brink of bankruptcy. They’d soon have to shut down unless they found a solution.
After being introduced to Dr. Elaine by a local composting company, the Whitings found a way to restore their land, their animals’ health and their financial stability in a short turnaround. Check out how inthis case study.
More from Dr. Elaine inthis videoabout The Whiting Farm’s turnaround.
Market Garden Makeover
In this case study, Soil Food Web Consultant Renald Flores, worked on a market garden near Stockholm, Sweden. They made biologically complete compost on-site, using organic matter from the local area, and the results were amazing: An average increase in yields of 72% across 8 different types of crop, in the first growing season! Check out how in this case study.
Renald came from a background in finance and is now dedicated to the cause. He is working on multiple soil regeneration projects in 3 European countries and is about to start a PhD. Way to go Renald!
Soil Food Web Videos
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