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Beyond Organic growing -- need for Cobalt in soil
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Beyond Organic--NutritionGrown
Published 3 years ago |
Cobalt is a trace element often overlooked by food producers. It is needed by 80% of soil-based microorganisms, which in turn make nutrients available to the plants.

Grow nutrient dense foods with easily double the nutrition of typically grown produce (even much organically-grown produce).

We analyze the food and compare values to the USDA Food Nutrient Database.

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