Once upon a time, there lived a small village by the sea. There was a village elder who was respected by the villagers for his wise words and kind heart. One day, the elder noticed strange things happening in the village. Many of the villagers were getting sick and the crops were not growing as they should.

The elder consulted a wise medicine woman from a neighboring village and she told him that the reason for the villagers’ illness and the poor crop yield was due to the monorganic nature of the soil in the village. Monorganic soil is soil that lacks diversity; it contains only one type of mineral or nutrient instead of many different kinds.

The elder was worried about the health of his village and so he asked the medicine woman what could be done to solve the problem. She told him that the only way to solve the problem was to introduce organic matter into the soil, so that it could become more diverse and provide the necessary nutrition to the crops and the villagers.

The elder took this advice and started adding organic matter to the soil. He worked hard, day in and day out, ensuring that the soil had enough organic matter to make it richer and more fertile. Within a few months, the villagers noticed a difference in the crops. They were growing better and the villagers felt better.

The moral of the story is that a diverse and organic soil can provide the necessary nutrients for the people and plants that depend on it. It is important to take the initiative to maintain the health of our environment and to ensure that it provides the resources that we all need.

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