The Jalisco, Mexico workshop is now complete. There was a good turn out of over 30 growers and ranchers producing corn, greenhouse horticulture, agave for tequila, cattle and other ruminant grazers.
We spent three days going over the functioning of soil microbiology in relation to agriculture and how to make biologically beneficial inoculate bacterial or fungal dominated composts.
The classroom and compost making practicum portions of the workshop was held in Arandas at the Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Arandas. We also made two site visits to a couple of clients who are transitioning to a microbiological approach in their tomato greenhouses.