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Excellent book, very informative and surprising. I thought I knew a lot about dirt, but I learned a lot.Published 1 month ago by Monrovia
This book details the history of agriculture and its impact on soils. A very facinating read, one of the most interesting books I've ever read.Published 2 months ago by James E Langford
The metaphoric erosion of civilizations is of course much more complicated than just the fate of soil, but this book is an excellent means for comprehending the literal erosion and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leland M. Searles
One of those unusual books that everyone should read, since everyone takes dirt for granted. It is fascinating and well written.Published 4 months ago by Surf
Well documented making the case that mankind is destroying the topsoil and that may impact climate far more than a few ppm of CO2. Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. Shields
The important findings contained in "Dirt" need a top writer to present in an interesting way, which unfortunately Mr. Montgomery is not. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Frrophill
This book was so good, I bought five more copies to give to friends!
I would recommend this book to anyone and certainly anyone that is interested in our environment.
One of those books that makes you realize you actually don't consider the obvious things in life. Commercial farmers, city folk, in fact everybody could benefit from this book.Published 19 months ago by Askari.za
If you are not a soil scientist but like soil (or dirt if you must) and know its must be important you will like this book. It is an easy, interesting and accessible read. Read morePublished on June 28, 2012 by Jesse