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Christine Jones' website

Some interesting links about soil heath etc.
 
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Thanks for that link, the site has lots of good information!
 
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Thank you for posting this.
I have been snowed in from the gardens, so this gave me some good scientific reading.
I recommend this site, for the ease of reading these technical soil science papers.
I do not have a science background, yet found these PDF downloads very readable and understandable.
Kudos to Christine Jones!
 
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