Is this an off shoot of bio dynamics i was reading in a magazine about a farmer who is totally biodynamic and he had amazing results, letters from watties saying his crop was the biggest and most lucious corn they had seen, flour mills reporting they had to go up a gear cus the grains were so hard, telecom came to lay cable and they reckoned it would take them 2 days but their horizontal borer only took half a day as the soil structure was so good. Amazing results but there is a lot of prep to this method of growing was wondering if any home gardeners had tried it out yet?
I use a product called Rok Solid.
The only way out of this and to make it a truly sustainable system would be to add whatever is missing now and then use all your compostable materials including all the toilet waste back on the land you harvest from. Then you can increase fertility simply by adding fish waste and mussel shells from your sea harvests and the land should be fertile for ever after.
A system however whereby you buy organic compost in and sell or give veges away then flush your wastes through the toilet into the ocean will never be sustainable in the long run. Which is why organic vegetable growers can only survive by mining some good volcanic soils, as they keep exporting their fertility to the cities and there its flushed down the toilet into the sea.
As to your original statement i am constantly adding and building up the soils with whatever i can get my hands on, my compost bin is right next to my plot so that whatever seeps out of the heap as it breaks down is returned and added to the soil, its a big one about 1.5 meters square the bigger the better, as it gets a lot hotter and cooks all the nasty weeds.