Monthly Archives: July 2017

The energy market has drastically changed since Fukushima. Since the ENERGIE – WENDE and with the new awareness of gaining energy from “safe” and alternative energy sources, there has been great innovation. With the excommunication of fossil fuels, opportunities and problems became clearer how systemically renewable energies could contribute to self-sufficient energy supply. The movement […]

In Costa Rica and the whole region, it is not about pulling more or more water out of the water for a growing population, but rather about saving water! Ultimately, the amount of water on our planet is limited. Even if it rains amazingly and we have floods, it does not mean that there is […]

Straight to the point: Mycorrhiza is a soil fungus (look at the fine web of hyphus between the hair roots of the plant!). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycorrhiza Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi, so-called “glomeromycota”, have existed for about 1 billion years. Cyanobacteria were then considered in Ordovician – a geological era. Everyone knows the white braid at the root of […]