Okada said that when the Creator made the earth, soil was made to produce enough food for humans to support. You don’t need any additional fertilizers as long as you keep it clean and pure. The soil potential is maximized when human works in harmony with the law of universe.
Chemical fertilizers, on the other hand, work as contaminant to destroy the natural ecosystem (details explained later). What humans can do is to keep soil clean, not to pollute it by using any chemicals, but to work for maximizing the potential power of soil. In order to do so, you need to love and respect it, and follow the way it is.
Okada began his experiments in 1935, and published books in 1949 through 1954. Studying them thoroughly, I didn’t understand quite well what he was talking about, especially the part of “LOVE SOIL”; however, in later years, many scientists worked on various things about soil, soil organisms, especially microorganisms. They gave good explanations for what Okada meant, and that what he said was very reasonable, and true. Let us explore more about it.