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Yes, you can believe your eyes. You’re seeing real plants growing in rocks — that’s right, rocks.. without soil or fertilizer. I’m talking all types of grass, corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and much more.
This is the result of decades of work by GeoAg, a family-owned business that’s ready to take this homegrown vision all the way to space! Yes, with NASA!
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Our host, Kirk Gimenez, spoke with Richard C. Campbell, Founder of Geological Agriculture, GeoAg for short.
In life sometimes it’s a basic answer. Today we see the answer may be rocks which are defined as a collection of minerals. It is this clean-cut definition that has led one family business to create the concept called geological agriculture or GeoAg - the study of plants growing in rocks without soil and fertilizer. Richard Campbell is the modern-day accidental scientist who now leads a global network of researchers uncovering new and amazing uses of rocks, including growing plants of all types like grass, corn, cucumbers, tomatoes, and more.