Chemical fertilizer use in agriculture began at the same time as industrialization. Many materials used to make bombs during the war were converted into fertilizers for crops.
According to the research, diversity is one of the keys to good soil, leading to healthy plants and animals. This is something traditional farmers have understood for thousands of years.
How produce is handled during harvest will affect how quickly its nutritional value declines. The more the plant’s cellular structure is harmed during this process, the quicker the nutrients are lost.
You have the opportunity to bring a little bit of the small farm into your own house by growing your microgreens. You essentially gain a small degree of nutritional independence as a result. Fresh greens are always available to you, even in winter.