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Mineral Nutrition for Soil. Mineral Nutrition for  Plants. Mineral Nutrition for Health. Combining them for Optimal Living

Ascension Soil Company disseminates information pertaining to the soil11 – the critical zone of interaction between rock, water, atmosphere and living organisms that produces food, influences water quality and regulates local micro climate. The resultant material, soil, is critical in our own nutrition and for supporting our society.

Environmental challenges will increase as the world’s population reaches 9 billion by 2050 and the spread of prosperity across the world. Changes are on the horizon for the interconnected functions of soil – water management, carbon management, nutrient management – sparked by changes to climate and food production. Ultimately, the way in which we directly and indirectly manage our planet’s soil will be interwoven within our future success as a species.

This is also not only an agricultural problem but a health-care problem. Billions of dollars are being poured into funds purporting to research the possibilities of alleviating an ever-growing list of health conditions which might never have existed, had good nutrition been the national heritage. While the Green Revolution saved millions of people from starvation, an unforeseen consequence was the increase in micronutrient malnutrition. While much work has been done over the last 20 years, to develop the marriage of nutrition and agriculture, these two disciplines viewed hunger differently – nutritionists look it as a nutrition problem while the agriculture community look at is a yield problem.

Ascension Soil Company brings these two problems together while using soil to improve all ecosystem services for the betterment of Ascension Soil Company disseminates information pertaining to the soil – the critical zone of interaction between rock, water, atmosphere and living organisms that produces food, influences water quality and regulates local micro climate. The resultant material, soil, is critical in supporting our society.

Environmental challenges will increase as the world’s population reaches 9 billion by 2050 and the spread of prosperity across the world. Changes are on the horizon for the interconnected functions of soil – water management, carbon management, nutrient management – sparked by changes to climate and food production. Ultimately, the way in which we directly and indirectly manage our planet’s soil will be interwoven within our future success as a species.

Soil as the Foundation of NutritionThis is also not only an agricultural problem but a health-care problem. Billions of dollars are being poured into funds purporting to research the possibilities of alleviating an ever-growing list of health conditions which might never have existed, had good nutrition been the national heritage. While the Green Revolution saved millions of people from starvation, an unforeseen consequence was the increase in micronutrient malnutrition. Nutrition and agriculture view hunger differently – nutritionists look it as a nutrition problem while the agriculture community look at is a yield problem.

Ascension Soil Company brings these two problems together while using soil to improve all ecosystem services for the betterment of society.

 

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