#32 Sam Bevans & Mike Kaplin – Irrigation without “water”, Polymorphism, Bechamp

Sam Bevans is back! We go even deeper in this episode going into how the microbes naturally sequester water into the soil with or without rain!

Have you ever seen a tree growing in the desert with little to no precipitation? There are trillions of microbes in the soil pulling water out of the air and storing it in their bodies!

“In the next 50 years irrigation as we know it will be obsolete”

In the full episode we go into the Pasteur vs Bechamp dichotomy of understanding that defined modern microbiology, and discuss how perhaps Bechamp should have been given more recognition for this “environmental cause of disease”.

Check out our first episode with Sam: #24 Sam Bevans: Desert KNF, Israel, Farming without Water

Reach Sam at sam@thetiffanyproject.org

Reach Mike Kaplin at Kibbutz Lotan – Center for Creative Ecology