Did you know that acrylamide levels in bread could be 5 times more if the wheat was grown in a sulphur deficient soil? And sulphur deficiencies in wheat fields is widespread around the globe.
Could it be that soil deficiencies could account for the big variation in isothiocyanate content in cruciferous vegetables – over 100-fold difference?
Come to find out more and learn how to balance your soil and grow nutrient-dense food at the 2022 European Adventist Agriculture Conference, June 22-26.
For more information and registration you can visit http://adagrar.eu