Anatomy of Life & Energy in Agriculture

Arden Andersen


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Dr. Arden B. Andersen begins his work with the premise that 'energy is everything'. Through this axiomatic lens, Andersen examines agriculture as a practice of balancing energy and harmonizing energy frequencies to produce life. By approaching agriculture in this way, farmers can harness 'life-force energy' to produce healthful and plentiful crops in a manner that is sustainable and even beneficial to the natural environment. This manual is a compelling blend of sophisticated science and simple practices for farmers, agronomists, and agriculturalists alike. Andersen offers an insightful appreciation of farming that teaches readers how to transform agriculture into a process that is both robust and ecologically sound. In doing so, he envisions a successful method of farming for the 21st Century.

SKU 3063. Copyright 2004, 2014, softcover, 114 pages. 64 in a case.

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Gloria J. Hecht
United States United States

Great book

I found Anatomy of Life & Energy in Agriculture both useful and encouraging. I had taken a couple soil science classes in college and learned things I did not know. Dr. Andersen is direct and specific. I have ordered a copy for a friend also.

June V.
United States United States

Anatomy of Life & Energy

I probably have purchased about 30 of these books. I give them as presents and hand them out to people I share my interest in healthy soil and my health. They are easy to read and very informative. The pages showing the insects and plant diseases related to nutrient deficiencies is easy to relate to human illness and the lack of nutrients in the soil. Next only to my hero Charles Walters, Arden Anderson is a most credible author. I really love this book.

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