Healthy soil is teaming with life in the form of billions of microscopic soil organisms. A teaspoon of healthy soil can contain more soil microorganisms than there are people on earth. The soil microorganisms found in healthy, or “living soil,” have important functions including converting nutrients for plants, building soil structure, improving how soil absorbs water, and allowing the soil to draw down and sequester more carbon.
In this podcast produced by RawAg, host Tom Gubbins interviews Dr Terry McCosker of RCS Australia. What I find interesting of this interview is the clarity and practicality with which Terry McCosker transmits concepts on management, the environment and land stewardship. It is well worth your time.