I think this was the original topic.
Its time for everyone to do some home
work. Go to www.acresusa.com
You have to read
Dr. Nurray's book on using sea water for
fertilizer. It isn't enough that I tell you
about his work, you need to study.
The salt does not build up in the soil. In
fact the salt in sea water is the same as
in our blood or tears. If you take sea water
and remove the NaCl the other trace materials
are not taken up in to the plant.
Dr. Murrays original theory, back in the 1940's
was that cancer did not effect fish or mammals
from the oceans, but was present in people
and fresh water fish. His reasoning was that
sea water must have the perfect balance of
trace minerals. He did prove this many times
over through the 50', 60's, and 70's. He
passed away in the early 80's, but his work
has been carried on by Don Jansen.
Sea water is the same the world over, but
due to our stupidity we have pollited a lot
of the oceans - particularly the Gulf of
Mexico. The water is still almost unpolluted
if you go off the coast far enough. The
average person would not know this but
the currents in the Atlantic Ocean keeps
the pollution up against the shore and not
out at sea. (This is why a lot of kelp is not
healthy) Doesn't this excite you asn make
you want to go to the beach on the Atlantic
coast and the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf is so
polluted they can not take sea wate and we
should not be eating anything from the Gulf.
There goes your Gulf shrimp!!!!!
If you want to find cheap land to rent go to
NE and to get info about crops grown with
sea water in NE, ND orSD go to www.oceangrown.com
and call Don and tell him I told you to call.
Howard did mention that you can use salt
and he is right, but the only one you can
use is Redmond salt from Redmond, UT.
I use their chunks for our mini grass fed
cows (and soon goats) to lick. My wife
and I use it in the house on our food.
The problem of using it on your fields
is that it is easy to over due and increase
the salt to a level that will begin to kill
plants instead of helping them. This can
not happen with sea water. Sea water is
concentrated from 10 gal to one gal (H2O
removed not the beneficial stuff). When we
use it we dilute it from 1 gal of concentrate
to 100 gals of solution. My formula for
restoring pasture and hay meadows is to
also add liquid humic acid, molasses (I can
now get molasses from Ronnie Felderhoff
in Muenster, Tx without any urea).
I like the discussion but it is time for home
work. Read Dr. Murray's book.
I think he was right and I also believe that
65% of of US residents have degerative
diseases and that is because the food we
buy has no trace minerals in it. The trace
minerals have been farmed out or tied up
with acid fertiliizers (ph well below 7).
Gardens are easy. It is cheap to buy compost,
compost tea, etc, but the hard part is how do
we change the unhealthy land and then grow
healthy food for the masses. If you do your
home work. I think you will decide that some
combination of sea water, humate and
molasses is the ticket.
I have done 300 acres this year, I just
got 50 more. Next year I don't think I
will be able to handle all the business
in this area. I just found out that my hay
man has had people calling for sea water
hay as they have told is is better and their
cows like it better.
I am also going to take this opportunity to
advertise my radio talk show in Dallas on Sundays
at noon - right after Howard. The show is Healthy,
Wealthy, and Wise. We talk about health issues - like
industrial toxic wates in fertilizer, flouride in water,
mercury in foods, fire retardent in our bodies
and mothers milk, ways to make money so
that you will not have to live in poverty at 65
on SS, and a little wisdom along the way to help
our minds. This Sunday my guest is our son and
we are going to talk on how to earn a return on
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station is KMSR 990 AM radio. It is on streaming audio.
Robert D Bard