Symbiosis is a close relationship between two or more organisms from which everyone benefits.
Symbiotic agriculture is born from this natural link. It’s a new method of agriculture and breeding based on respect and enhancement of symbiosis between the actors of the food chain: ground, animals and men.
The ground is a huge unknown microcosm. Under our feet live billions of microorganisms, such as fungi and bacteria, that are in symbiosis with plants.
In one gram of ground there are almost 100 million of microorganisms. The presence of these good and useful microorganisms denies access to the bad ones because the space is already filled. These microorganisms together form the microbial biota.
In these microorganisms we can find the symbiont fungi, good fungi, that bind to plants and have a key role in extending the root system and putting in communication all the plants. The link between symbiont fungus and plant is called mycorrhiza.
Feeding of animal is fodder and cereals. These are characterized by the same microorganisms that live in the ground. The animals, as opposed to men who are unable to do it, convert cellulose of fodder into digestible proteins.
In this way good microorganisms move from ground to plants and then to animals, thanks to the feeding.
Thanks to food, microorganisms move into the intestine, our second brain. As a result, the ground biota reach the intestinal biota.
The intestinal biota influences human health. Diabetes and obesity (up to the highest contradiction of rickety obesity) are two modern diseases and could depend on our intestinal biota.
Agriculture, nutrition and well-being.
Symbiotic agriculture improves the food chain and put in touch ground, animal and men.
Symbiotic agriculture improves soil fertility increasing the ground.
Symbiotic agriculture improves human health reinforcing our second brain, the intestine.
Symbiotic agriculture prevents some diseases such as diabetes and obesity thanks to the consumption of nutraceutical food, that give physiological benefit.
Symbiotic agriculture protects and amplifies plant’s roots thanks to mycorrhizae.
Symbiotic agriculture says NO to agrochemical products and poisons, harmful to environmental and human health.
Symbiotic agriculture is a cuisine that glorify raw material and its organoleptic properties.
Symbiotic agriculture is a virtuous agriculture in which the first big fertilizer is the manure and ground’s natural products must be free.