Welcome Growers and Gardeners!
Improve Your Plant Nutrition and Soil Health with Our Expert Check-Ins.
Cheers to a Bountiful Harvest🌱
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Small Scale Growers and Home Gardeners
🌱Give your home garden or orchard the boost it needs! Schedule a plant nutrition and soil health check-in today with an in-garden coach. Don’t let soil or plant health issues get you down. Click below to book a in-garden or remote session now:
For Southeast Iowa Locals
For everyone else. Remote sessions available.
Small Scale Growers and Home Gardeners Soil Report Review via Zoom
Get a soil health consultation tailored to your needs. We’ll review your lab soil reports and submitted intake forms, and provide insights and recommendations on soil health and fertility management for the upcoming season. The fee for this service is $55, and covers up to two unique soil sample locations and an irrigation water suitability test, if submitted.
Payments for Lab Fees
Remember that all soil and water test lab fees are separate and must be paid directly to the lab.
Please schedule your consultation at least two weeks from when you mail your soil and water samples to the lab. You can reschedule using the link in the appointment confirmation email.
Our Gardens Are Vital for Our Well-Being
Assessing plant health goes beyond just observing size and color. To comprehend plant wellness, it’s important to pay attention to finer details such as color, structure, reproductive ability, uniformity, adaptability, and resistance to environmental stressors. A plant’s taste, aroma, and texture can also reflect its health. We can gain insight into the health of the soil in a simular way, by sharpening our senses, and observing what is happening under our feet.
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Get in Touch: Need help deciding which lab or test to run? Have questions? Contact us today and we'll be happy to assist you.
Faith is a soil health guide with over a decade of experience in farming, education, and research. Her journey towards becoming a soil health enthusiast was shaped by her zeroing in on her interests, studying, experimenting, observing, reflecting, and repeating. She started building her foundational understanding of soil health while studying soil microbiology, permaculture principles, and plant biology in college. She later spent over a decade developing and managing a 3+ acre project farm, which she transitioned into a thriving perennialized, diverse polyculture system interlaced with annual fruits, vegetables, and herbs.