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Youtube is so good at helping you fix your car or get a stain out, but it's not so good for finding concise, well articulated info about the soil foodweb!
The soil foodweb approach to farm, garden, and landscape management has profound potential. It is clear that a diverse array of microbes are present in any system that is productive, healthy, and efficient with holding water and nutrient. Our job is to get our soils to this living condition. There is no turnkey approach to this, everyone in this work needs to understand the way the foodweb works. Applying biology (compost, tea, or extract) without a microscope is a gamble, but the more you know the better the chance for a jackpot.
Too often I see oversimplified solutions, especially on youtube ("wood chips did this!" "Worm castings are the best thing ever, period" "The foam on this compost tea guarantees that it is excellent.") If you're ready to go deep read Teaming With Microbes, still want more? Look into Dr. Elaine Ingham's classes. If you're ready to glean a bit of this and a bit of that, get some visuals, see some microscopic life, and get some inspiration, well you're in the right place.