The Field Science Service
Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium were the only nutrients that a German, Justus Von Liebig, was able to identify in 1840 when he analysed plant ash; simply because they were the most plentiful. Sadly, all the micronutrients were lost up the chimney. One hundred years ago, another German, Fritz Haber, ironically of Jewish descent, discovered how to fix atmospheric nitrogen.
These developments totally revolutionised agriculture - and the production of high explosives!
Upon this flawed science the whole of modern NPK farming was developed! By only replacing three of the ninety or so minerals that are present in soil, we have progressively damaged our most precious commodity - the soil.
The purpose of the Field Science Service is to correct that damage.