Chi Nieves wrote:
Adam Klaus wrote:
Chi Nieves wrote:
The course costs just under $1000. Really!
I'd be totally interested, for a fraction the cost. I am a huge admirerer of Elaine Ingham, but that is a bar set a bit too rich for my farming ways.
Curious to hear how it goes, in any event.
Su Ba wrote:I too tried several times to sign up for the free course but was not successful. Guess the site isn't working at the moment.
Su Ba wrote:Sam, glad to hear you got to watch your free video. I signed up, got the email verification request(which I promptly did), received the email and link to see the video, but when I tried to view it by logging in as requested, all I get is a notice stating that my email verification is pending. I cannot access the free course. I tried re verifying, but get a screen that says my email is already verified. So I'm still locked out.
The big problem is that there is no where on the website to report a problem. Since something obviously isn't working correctly, I have not be able to access the video nor notify anyone of the situation.
I Understand This 6-Module Course Is Based On The Recording Of The 2 Day Workshop Of Soil Food Web Course Presented By Dr Elaine Ingham And Will Cover These Topics:
Understanding That A Healthy Soil Requires Managing Chemistry, Physics, Biology And Microbiology All At The Same Time
Addressing And Solving Weed, Disease And Insect Pest Problems at Their Root Causes
Soil Structure – Who Builds What Parts In The Soil? What Does The Nutrient Cycling?
Getting The Correct Biology To Enhance Root Health, Root Depth, Water Holding And Aerobic Conditions.
Maximising Nutrient Availability To Increase Yield, Crop Quality, Food Nutrition And Profit Potentials While Minimising Erosion, Run-Off And Nutrient Leaching
Where Does The Added Biology Come From?
Types Of Compost And Its Application.
Making And Identifying Good Compost And Compost Standards
Compost Tea: What Is It?
Practical Applications Of Compost Tea
What Is The Soil Foodweb & What Is Biological Farming? Some Examples.
Keeping Data To Identify A Problem When It Appears