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Farm owners: New soil system will lead to healthier food

NEWBURY — Recent agricultural records indicate the nutrient content of fruits and vegetables is on the decline in the United States. It takes consuming five apples today, for example, to get the equivalent nutritional value as eating just one apple back in the 1960s.
Nutrient-dense farming, such as the kind practiced locally at New Harmony Farm, provides a healthy alternative to the less nutritious food currently available from more conventional industrial agricultural methods.
A member of the Bionutrient Food Association, New Harmony Farm aims to create healthier soil ecosystems. Eventually this will not only result in higher quality food, but also greater yields and reduced production costs.
Building up soils and biological systems allows plants to better access nutrition, increase their immune systems and express more of their genetic potential through their seeds. However, the process takes years of committed, sustained effort on the part of the local farmer.
More than just organic farming, this biological approach to growing seeks to balance major soils and trace elements while building up healthy microbes and enzymes in order to create the least stressful, most beneficial environment for crops to thrive.

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