Harold Willis Four Book Combo
How to Grow Great Alfalfa
Essential information for anyone whose operation depends on growing forage grasses. Learn how to establish a healthy stand. Is high potassium necessary for high quality? How can you measure forage quality? Put just one idea from this booklet to work and it will pay for itself a thousandfold.
Copyright 1983, 2008, softcover, 44 pages.
How to Grow Top Quality Corn
Learn which is better, hybrids or open-pollinated corn. How important is humus to high quality crops? Which fertilizer materials are harmful and which are beneficial? Practical hands-on knowledge that is hard to come by.
Copyright 1984, 2009, softcover, 58 pages.
How to Grow Super Soybeans
Do you know how to grow super soybeans? Learn how bacteria helps your crop grow better. Learn how to drought-proof your soil. Learn whether herbicides and pesticides are really necessary, and what place hydrogen peroxide has on your farm. Learn how to increase your profits. What you have here is 50 pages of real dynamite.
Copyright 1989, 2008, softcover, 50 pages.
Foundations of Natural Farming
Join longtime ecological farming author/researcher Harold Willis as he explains the foundation concepts of natural farming and issues the call for cleaner forms of food and fiber production. In this single volume, the author details the interconnections between soil chemistry, microbial life, plants and livestock. He discusses the current problems in agriculture and suggests how lessons from nature provide the roadmap to efficiency, effectiveness and profitability. This book does not stop at providing recipes of what farmers need to do to farm better, but also passes along an understanding of the why of ecological agriculture. This book is certain to become a classic of clean farming and one of the most heavily bookmarked volumes on a farmer’s shelf.
Copyright 2008, softcover, 367 pages.
My Farmer, My Customer
New! Learn from Marty Travis's experiences converting the Spence Farm into one of the most successful farming co-ops in the United States today.