Recent Projects

  • Compost & Compost Tea Manuals Online

    Compost is more than just throwing biomass in the corner and letting it rot. With a few easy tweaks everyone can produce high-quality compost rich in nutrients and microbial life – all you need to Save Our Soils.

    Soil & More Intl. has agreed to share some of the training materials with us. These documents comprise the know-how and experience of 7 years of global compost making and we hope you will find it equally as useful as many farmers already all over the globe.

    Soil & More Intl. trains farmers in producing three forms of compost:

    Compost Starter

    – with very high microbial activity. Perfectly suited to inoculate new compost heaps and increase the composting process and microbial diversity. A poster to print out and share can be found here Poster-Compost-Starter  or in text format here Compost-Starter


    Solid Compost

    – a fantastic soil conditioner and long-term nutrient provider. Find the poster here Poster_Composting and the text format here 1-Pager_Composting


    Compost Tea

    – a liquid form of compost in which the microbes have been activated. Brilliant fertilizer or innoculant for new compost heaps. The text version can be found here 1-Pager_Compost-Tea and the poster here Poster_Compost-Tea


    Support Our Work

    We hope you find these documents & materials useful and that you make as much compost as you can. We would love to see pictures of your approaches. Please send them to and as always – feel free to donate here.

  • Soil and More

    Soil and More Intl. has been travelling the world for the last 7 years with the mission to help farmers increase their soil fertility in a pragmatic and robust way. Continue reading →

  • Progreso

    Soil and More Intl. and Progreso Foundation have a strong history of collaboration on topics of soil fertility and now have decided to extend this partnership for the benefits of smallholder coffee & cocoa producers worldwide. Continue reading →

  • Lebensbaum

    Finca Irlanda is one of the oldest bio-dynamic projects in Central- and South America. Continue reading →