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A study of organic thinking) by Hans Peter Rusch.
In this book, the author discusses microbiology and the crucial role it plays in soil fertility. ?Rusch? has been a well-known term for decades in ecologically-based farming, gardening and allotments as well as among conventionally thinking, researching and working agricultural and horticultural specialists. Doctor and microbiologist, Dr Hans Peter Rusch coined the term ?life cycle of the living substance? as the basis for all organic thinking and action: "People and animals are directly or indirectly dependant on plants, and the plants on the soil, to which the remains and deposits of all living creatures return and close the cycle of substance and energy in nature." 256 pages, Hans Peter Rusch, OLV, 2004