Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious?

Click here: Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious?: Scientific American

Please read this paper again published in Scientific American, because it deals with the immense problem of soil decline, population growth and the loss of our ability to grow nutrient dense food.   As long as soils are managed using traditional modern agriculture techniques, soils will continue to decline, productivity issues will arise which will compromise the family owned farms ability to stay profitable. Furthermore the groceries you purchase will be empty calories that make you fat.  Soil Secrets has answers and the technology that can contribute to fixing soils and improve the nutrient density of our food.  We have the only soil amendment product in the world with evidence that its active ingredient (Humic Acids) are there and are active (Supramolecular) and therefore work!  You can't get Supramolecular Humic Acids from compost, worm castings, mushroom compost, biodynamic preps, bio-char, EM (so called indigenous microbes) or compost tea.  While those products may have merits of value, they do not contain Mycorrhizal fungus spores or Humic Acids that are Supramolecular, therefore they are not the tool in the tool box for that objective.   We have a mycorrhizal product that's applicable for use on a farm, because it has a spore count that's high enough to be useful in the inoculation process.  Our most competitive competitor does not have such a product, as there spore count is miniscule per pound, requiring at least 24 pounds of their product to match just 1 pound of ours.  You simply cannot put 24 pounds of anything into 5 pounds of seed being sown on an acre of land.  Can't be done!
The combo of Mycorrhizal spore inoculation and the chemistry of Supramolecular Humic Acids are the most essential thing you can add to a soil, which will contribute to fixing the soils carbon, structure and health problem.  WE HAVE THE SOLUTION!