Contact Us

           

123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789

email@address.com

 

You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.

Houston - THE WORLD OF SOIL MICROBIOLOGY

THE WORLD OF SOIL MICROBIOLOGY - HOUSTON

Friday, February 10th 2017   7:30 am - 3:30 pm

HESS CLUB, 5430 WESTHEIMER ROAD, HOUSTON, TX 77056

$20.00 pp  - Includes 6 CEU’s, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, samples and handouts

Soil Microbiology for landscape professionals – True plant health begins with healthy soil. Healthy soil means a soil teaming with robust microorganisms all working on your behalf. In this event we will look closely at the incredible world of microbes and how they will help you and your business win big.

Look at the incredible line-up of speakers:

Mike Serant – The Core Principles of Organics. How healthy biology strengths soils, plants and humans. Mike is the inventor of MicroLife All Organic Biological Fertilizers, www.microlifefertilizer.com and a co-founder of OHBA, a 501-c-3 education provider.

 
 

Jeff Lowenfels – "Teaming with Microbes". And up close look at soil microbes and plant nutrition. You will gain huge insights in how this wonderful world works and how all your landscapes will benefit. Jeff is the author of 3 globally acclaimed books, "Teaming With Microbes", "Teaming with Nutrients", Teaming with "Fungi". www.jefflowenfels.com

 

Dr. Valeska Wells DO, ABIHM – The Human Microbiome. As in soils and plants, how we treat our own gut microbes determines our overall well-being too. Learn what you can do to make yourself stronger. Dr. Wells is the Director of Functional and Integrative Medicine at Whole Center Houston, www.wholehealthhouston.com. Dr. Wells and her staff are the leaders in human holistic health care for our area.

 

John Ferguson – Biology in Action. Using Compost and Compost Tea to improve soils and solve problems. John owns Nature's Way Resources, www.natureswayresources.com, is licensed soil scientist and a co-founder of OHBA, a 501-c-3 Organics education provider.

Advanced registration is required.


This Houston seminar is sponsored by