Geological Agriculture Comes to Richmond at Barnes & Noble Libbie Place

Friday, 01 December, 2017

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Author's Book Signing of River Stones Grow Plants by Richard Campbell.  

Richard Campbell, inventor of geological agriculture, will come to Richmond to conduct a book signing of the book River Stones Grow Plants, the guide to modern day geological agriculture.

Geological Agriculture is the study of growing plants in rocks absent of soil and fertilizers. At the book signing you will witness live plants growing in river rock such as: wheatgrass, pea shoots, alfalfa sprouts, broccoli sprouts, bean, peas, lettuce, cucumbers and more.  Also referred to as Geo-Ag or gravel gardening, this approach to crop and plant development redefines access to nutrition.  

Campbell accidently discovered this reality in 1994.  River Stones Grow Plants provides a 23 year observation study of growing over 50 plant types in river rock, absent of soil and fertilizers.  An estimated 17 industries of society could be impacted by the advent of this discovery.

Just show up. The signing is free and share with those interested in quick access to fresh nutritious micro greens, sprouts and crops.  See you are Barnes & Noble!

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Barnes & Noble Libbie Place
5501 W Broad St
Richmond, VA 23230
USA

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