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Bryant RedHawk

Bryant Redhawk holds a PHD in Microbiology and is best known for his Soil Science Series on permies.com. These articles explain the importance of healthy soil microbiology to having a thriving garden ecosystem, and give specific advice on how to apply this knowledge to your garden. He and his wife live on 15+ acres in the woods, where they continue their own research both in Agriculture and soils with the hope to make the world more like it used to be, before mankind began screwing up the Earth Mother.

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