Foundations for Farming can reverse these trends because it brings a very effective and appropriate technology and implementation system and deals with the socio-cultural causes of the problem.
It is a natural law that those who are faithful with what they have, gain more. Foundations for Farming principles protect and preserve the soil and rain a farmer is given.
In natural creation:
- There is no ploughing.
- There is a wonderful mulch cover from fallen leaves and plant material.
This greatly reduces soil erosion and captures and transfers the precious water effectively to the plants, reducing the risk from drought, pests and disease.
Our recommendations are:
Do not plough.
- Do not burn.