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Sea Minerals

Dan Hutton


The use of ocean minerals provides plants with much needed trace elements. The flavor improves, the storage life increases and the food grown with it has healing properties. This class will teach you how to use this inexpensive and amazing resource. 


Dan Hutton

Manages a Cattle Ranch on the Sierra Nevada foothills of California for almost 25 years. 



  • November 13, 2015
    2:45 PM
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Dear Lord God. Thank you thank you for this opportunity to come together and learn a little bit more of the wonders that you have created that seem to fly under the radar sometimes but at this conference there pretty you pretty well lit up. Lord. Give us wisdom and understanding in to her prescience everything that you do. Him in my name is Dan Hutton. And I I take care of our ranch and. I have a garden. And so I know a little bit about gardening. Last year I went to the agriculture conference they had here in Tennessee. Same same thing but it was in Tennessee. And I met several people. And I've learned different things that I had. I had never. I didn't know much about. And of. This is my partner in crime. Tom where we're toward a tag team me. He. I helped him with the. This is White method of planting trees and. He's actually better at this presentation than I am but we're trading off anyway. Went to this conference. Well first off what. When you think of food. And you think what can I do to make this food taste better. What what do you add to food to make it taste better. Cats if good catch it's going to while go. Why what else. So OK. What else are absorbed good. While. OK. What else. Shared. OK I probably get myself in huge trouble. But I would say they way. I have a very bad joke that I think is funny. But when you go to places like heartland are we more. They take out. All the sugar. All the salt. And all the oil. And all the flavor. Well that's a bad joke. And I practiced. So we're going to talk about. One of those things that. What our bodies like is salt. We like salt and. We're going to talk about what how that affects the plant and the other thing there learned at the conference last year. And I'm just going to barely touch on this. That sugar which we like. We love is also good for plants and. And when you. When you make. Do people know what molasses is what is molasses. OK. What is it. What about the sugar cane. In the law. OK. This is correct. Why when they make sure they are they take the beats. Or the Canes. Or the sorghum or whatever they're using. And they beat it up. And they take off the liquid in then they refine it and they refine it and make a hand up with white powder or white crystals. And then had that's not math. I mean. Coke. But maybe they end up with white powder that we need is as white sugar and everything else that they refined off of the liquid. It becomes my last. They take all the good out and they leave and then we get all the bad. And the the good is in the molasses and it had its high in all the nutrients are most all the nutrients and it's very good. When you put it on the soil. When you're had enough of the. You have a micro-life. You take a soil sample. You determine I need to add this aliment. And I need to had this how I meant. And I need to have this element. And then you add micro-life Zeese you more humane toward various kinds of humane gases and other forms of micro-life and you add. Neither sugar or molasses that. The molasses. Is food for the micro life in the micro life then eat on those nutrients and makes the nutrients available to the to the plant. So if you feed the micro life. It feeds the plant. And it's amazing what sugar will do. Now. That's just a little introduction to the subject. There's a lot more to it and we're not going to go unless you have questions we'll touch on a more. OK The other thing is fall in the 1930's. There was a solid by the name of. Maynard Murray in Maynard Murray was a physician in Boston. And he. When Joy going down to the docks. And he would watch. When the ships would come in and they don't know their cargo and. He had see the creatures that they'd bring an and he was noticing that they didn't have the diseases that he was C.N.N. the hospital. He would see all the different kinds of diseases people get. And he would look at they see creatures. And they weren't getting those diseases. And he was putting things together and minded. Something going on here. I want to learn more so since he was a physician he hired self on. As a ship's mortician. And he went all around the world. On a bus. Seven eight months and they bring creatures and he'd come up and in look for diseases. And he didn't find any and. One of the things that they did. When it's totally in comprehensible in our time. But it was common back then. Is that they catch while. And while. While. And so they brought on a whale. And a baby. A mother and baby. And he cut them open and went looking for any problems of diseases or did anything. And the baby was about a year and a half old in the mother. It was gassed was approximately eighty eight years old and he was comparing the flesh of the baby and the mother. And there was no difference. There was no sign of a gene. In the mother's tissues. It was like. You don't get older you just get bigger and. He was pretty impressed with that. So they did. They tested the sea. Seawater and they found out that there are more than ninety different element in the in the water. And they are in our per site. Balance. And if you goal. What I understand. I'm not at the OK first off. I'm not a chemist. So I don't know all the chemical interactions of the different things. I know what I've been taught. And I know what I'd experienced but so. But I'm not a chemist. But they say that there's a person I all balance. And you go anywhere in the world. And you find the same ballot in the ocean. Not in Bay's not in River Inlet or outlets that are. But in the in the big ocean you find. Pretty much the same balance wherever. And as you know. All over the world. You have things high in the water taken and takes and it takes it and ever. Everything eventually ends up in the ocean. The elements. Whatever was on top of the mountain. INS up in the ocean. And then when it's in the ocean the ocean go through such swash slush swash swish swash all day long and all I long. And the things that God created a balance. For the ocean. Which is very close to the same balance. There we have an artist who's in our hearts Lou and our blood. And the other body too should have through would have just about the same balance that is ocean water. And that is also just about about the same balance as the planet. SAP And so if you. If you're if you take the elements from the ocean. To. Now you there's a point in this is important. If you go and drink. Alton water. You will not do well. But if you deluded. Ten to one happy island or five gallons. That's a lot of water but that is that is the same ratio that. That is in our body. Is that when you. It's deluded. Approximately ten to one of my own cost on cause. So. Lynn then tells the story. OK we've got water is good for us. And then tells a story that he had a peach tree. And Tom tells a very similar story. And he put it in its peach tree had peach meat curls. Because everybody you know it Peach sleeve car always does. Now. OK. You're going to be fine. And what does it do. It will kill a tree. If the left untreated it in a severe case it will kill the tree. So man took one ounce of C.N.N. are all sea salt. The mineral sees all too solid though they're interchangeable terms and. He does all that in hot water warm water. And then He sloshed it all over the tree. And then he did that two more times over period of time. So after three times all the curly leaf fell off the tree and newly came on and it grew really well. And then when the tree was ready to produce fruit in a fruitless. Spectacular. It was very very tasty and. He thought wow there must be a connection here. The next spring. There was no peach leaf term. So he didn't add any more salt. To the to the tree and after the. When the peaches were ready to harvest. They weren't as tasty as they had been the year before they were average peaches. And so he concluded that there was a direct connection between the flavor of the fruit and. And the salt. The the sea salt and the. All the micronutrients that's in them. Them. So I would say I I was working with him this year. I met him last year. I threw all the way to Tennessee. From California and. I met somebody lived hour and a half for me and I became good friends with them. And so back in California we communicate all the time and. So I call him as I said I have a problem with fire blight. Do you know what fireball ideas on peaches and apples and pears. What is Firefly. That's correct. It looks like a blowtorch. Was gone up a dark. Down the tree and the leaves stay there. In their black. And it'll eventually you'll take off this lamb and that lamb and then it's gone. And you are correct. And it's a nasty disease. And they say. When you have it too. It works from the top down. They say. Go under and cut it out. Take THAT him bird so that you don't have it around. Well I hate when you do it you. When you take your Lopper here pruners. And you take off each branch or each dam whatever you're cutting. Then you dip it in sanitizing I use bleach water. Cloran chlorine water. And I dip it in in the next cut in depth. And then the next that is quite tedious. Especially if you're on a ladder and. And I wasn't having any success with the fire blight and so I asked lad I said. Should I use this he felt he said yes but he's a but. But fire blight. Is tougher than than Leaf. Pete leave her to do you going to need to use more double the rate. And so I did. And I use. I I have a little jar of to hose in spray or in you put it up the hose and spray it. Wherever. And you put in a solution. Whatever you have in this case it was Brian. Sea salt water. And I sprayed that over the tree and it bends over and. I did a pretty thorough job. And there was a number of trees. And I did it every two weeks for time. So I did it four times for and every two weeks. And at the end. It still had fired light. And I was saying this isn't working. This is not. This is this is not that I'm not so six happy with this. I was disappointed and. And then I started. That the tree. Didn't die they were just now in the firelight and they still had fruit and along the first tree to come off. Was an apple. And the last several times of the last time I got up with off the tree. They were part of the party tasty. And they made a really crummy apple sauce and they stayed in the covered a long time because they didn't want to eat I'm so I tasted it and. I would say wow this is. This is pretty tasty. So I learned about a reflect on butter last year and a refractometer. You know this little device. It's a like a binoculars with a prism alone and. So I took the juice. From the apple. Put it on here on. And I I looked at and the capital. That I had the year before. Were the last minute in the Happens more hardly worth meeting. This time. Well. An apple at according to Thomas. Paper here. Apple's. Our poorest six. Average of ten. Fort Payne is good and is eighteen is X. one. And with apple tree that it had these crummy apple before. Instead of being eighteen it excellent it was twenty and. The only thing different. I was this the song. I had done anything else. To these plans and. I wanted to bring something. So I brought some dried apples. If you want to pass them around and try to use or offer that three. And just be warned to keep them from turning brown. I put a little bit of. Oh I'm Lemon on. So you will paste a lemon. But I think that turned out pretty good. So didn't annex. The next tree. To come off. Was a pair that I treated for the fire blight and see if we can find out on here. Pears are considered excellent. At fourteen and mine was twenty. And I shared more thousand of them by a lady there at the ranch. And she said. These are decadent. These are wonderful. And I was of the same opinion. So then the third tree was another apple tree. And this apple tree was old when I went to the ranch. Twenty five years ago. And I had tried to revive it and tried to get it to produce well and and. He had it just was have like one of those trees that. You never know why they planted it. Because it wasn't. You couldn't make it into anything good. The juice was poor the apple sauce was not hardly audible. The IT. It did make good dried apples. And so that's why my kept it because it made good dried apples. If you could keep the worms up. Well this year. Instead instead of being eighteen. It was twenty two. And it made fantastic juice. Where within the past the deuce had never been even drink a bull. So I was getting kind of. I thought this is pretty neat. Well this. This past year and working with with land. He has a total program that he works with through international high glads and I have followed this program and. My soil when I started was out about. And he said. This first year. It's not. You're going to be with following those programs. You're going to get pretty good you. Is going to be better but it's not going to be perfectly because your stall is still was so far out of balance. It's not going to be balance all the way this first year. But you're going to get you a deal. But your bricks level is not going to be that wonderful. And. Brick. B R I X is the. The numbers that they use the person. It's what they used to measure. What this. Refractometer measures are brick. And it's the measurement of sugar and men are old in the sack and. So the higher the and ever all the different cording to this charts. Different plants have different levels. Different different things are excellent in different things or poor across the whole spectrum thank some things are sweeter food than others the watermelons. Well. Grapes are very sweet. And in the most of the greens are not very sweet and. It ranges everything is different. So you have to the individual a check everything. Well I was. I was getting through the whole the season this summer. And I was. I was I was quite pleased with how things were going. And so I called up. Lan and I told him. You told me that I wasn't going to that I was going to get good yields. But I wasn't going to necessarily get high. Bricks level. When I said these are the bricks levels. That I'm getting. I can't wait to see want to get in the future and he kind of chuckled in a couple weeks later he said he called up and said Friday afternoon. I'm doing a garden presentation in this little tiny town in the Central Valley called Raymond. Arlene you know are a menace. I figured you would and. So he said can you bring some of your produce up to that my do garden demonstration. And I said OK. So I drove up Sunday morning. And on the way. I picked up my professor from from college I studied agriculture last year and one of my professors name was George Burns or. And he's now ninety years old and retired and lives on the way to where I was going. So I picked up here his wife and her hand and. They had some. They had some tomatoes and it was the very very very end of the season for them and they've won all those little greenish or sort of right. And then there was a a cherry. Cherry tomato and and. There was a future Rita made us. And so I I said can I can I take some of these and so they. They said sure. So I took them. The tomatoes and the Bergdorf that. Yes. The Bergdorf and up to this presentation and. Len started his presentation and. He he did. He did a little test. He took his refractometer. And he cut it in Jews did. And then had people look. Can you look. And you want to have it yes don't aim it at the light. Aim it straight in the light will catch it. What do you see. Now I hope that that's what I saw two homes for for tomatoes. There is there's the bigger tomatoes are not as sweet a little donated. The cherry tomatoes in the sun drop. Cold and tomatoes. Tended to be sweeter. And the the bigger tomatoes. According to Tom's chart. KM a dose. Are considered excellent at twelve. But that's is the bigger to made of the smaller tomatoes. Actually it is higher than that. And so we men had gone to the grocery store. And he had purchased the best tomatoes he could get at the grocery store. And he had. There are some pretty expensive tomatoes and. They were five. And then he got another one. And they were. And it also it five so that when we use the Bergdorf semi ripe tomatoes. And they were it ate in the cherries where it can. And that this chariot nine. So this is and. And then he had a little tiny orange one that he had got at the grocery store. Wasn't it son golden drop but it was. It was kind of all blong. And it was ten. And I'm kind of embarrassed here because Tom has I turned Tom's story and. Tom's was more impressive than mine. But I'm going to time tell my story and he can say well mine better in yours. But when he was the were they would go and do in the demonstration. They were they knew they were getting to these numbers they were higher in there said. Oh that sounds almost as good as the farmer's market and and. And they that they were getting pretty excited about it and my and wind my orange ones were at seventeen and. Tom says. Tom tells the story that his were twenty two which is phenomenal. It's and that they are almost eating candy. I also had some honey do and honey do that's he would Honey do is I'll tell you that's an excellent point and I will call you. How do you do is considered excellent forty in and mine were seventeen. And my how do you do this summer where the best honeydew that I've ever eaten in my little entire life. They were just very very wonderful. OK. Your questions about how to apply. Solved. In the garden. Excellent question and I'll try to answer it and still get back to my point I'm not very good at that so help me out. If you. The best way. Salt. When you use sea salt sea salt. The difference really medicine and poison is often not very much. So it is highly recommended to get a soil and knowledge this. Find out if you are high in sodium are low in sodium and if your high in sodium. You don't want to use Cecil. Or any kind of salt. But if your sodium level is below one point five C C C. Which is if you've been to what Mers class. He talks about the cat ion exchange for passive it. If you have last than one point five in you can add sodium and tell you get the right percentage and. In this presentation I'm not prepared to teach you how to do it. I can do it when I'm not prepared to teach you. Because it takes quite a bit about Graham. But if you. You want to figure out how much sodium here soil can handle. And then. In my case. I put on one pound of powdered Cecil. If I brought Tom Cecil. What I was bring going to bring Tom C. salt but I don't know that I have it. This is called Always shins. Ninety two. This is Tom's brand that there's something called C. ninety. Which is the same material. Yes. And this has of ninety two elements in from the ocean. And you. In my case. I applied. One pound. This much per thousand square feet. And I I. There was a number of other elements that were in that I needed to apply to the garden. And I put them in a bucket. And I stirred him all up together. And then I spread it carefully. Throughout the each thousand square feet of my guard. I don't know how big your garden is but if you would do it. According to the. If you have more than a thousand square feet. You would multiply that times however much more than a thousand square feet. If you have less than a thousand square feet. You wouldn't. Multiply that by a percentage of. Like if you have three hundred fifty square feet. Your mouth apply. Point three five times that number. To get your percentage and. And then later. I used it in the lens program. It calls for a soil drench. So you had certain nutrients. Once a month. It To The flush the water around each plant. The either in a house or bucket or whatever and and sold that also for my. You have to follow the recommendation of your your soil analysis. But you had that men with that toiled branch. And then I and the drenches is water. Once a month in the drenching is dissolved. Salt where the person is his powder. Partner. And the drink she is one ounce. In two and a half gallons of water or whatever your Europe. When I was I was. It was one outs per thousand square feet. And then the. Then I also did a Foley or haplotypes and I follow your fed my plant. Once a week. And I put one ounce. In the one gallon. The one gallon would spur cover the whole thousand feet I actually do it two or three times to cover the tank. So that I have yes that is that answer your question. OK. Where was I talk to Helen. OK. Yeah the honeydews were absolutely amazing how much of what. Of the flavor. Was due to the sea salt. I am not sure. Because I was following a complete program. But I am pretty sure that the sea salt of the major thing. I grew. This summer I had a whole spectrum of things. And in my garden with very few exceptions there were a couple of exceptions. But in my garden I was either. The lowest thing that I had were excellent and up and. I've never had much. Good tasting food in my life and. The corn is here sweet corn. Whereas corn. May not be on here but it's twenty four and mine was twenty nine. Yes or. The that was his question. New you apply it. When you fertilize before you plant. The thoughts how I did it. You did. It is water soluble. So if it does only if you. If you put it all right when you plant your plants. And then the water will take it down. More. You can do it beforehand when you do your general fertilization. There is there was a drop. But I cannot quantify it. Yes. There was a hand but I don't know if it's to me or to have. Did you break your and young lady. Guess not. OK. That's an excellent question. When there's several kinds of sea salt in the store. One is called Camel and pink. One is called Redmond's real salt and there isn't doubted the other kind. And then there are his sea salt. That is. Collected from the ocean and I'm. This is one of them. This is collected from the ocean. Because Pamela and paint. As you can figure out from your geography. Was not collected from the ocean because they have a way of go up to thirty thousand feet. And so that somewhere in those mountains there is no deposit of from the flood or before there to mountains were at the bottom of the ocean and now they're at the top. When the and all the elements come down. And the rivers and likes and all the tributaries at the end up in the ocean and the sea ghost. The things settle out. And the stuff that is not in Perpich says suspension. In God's proposed solution. Goes to the bottom. And that is what you're getting. When you get the mind. Substance. The mind see salt from the Himalayas or reach from Utah or from wherever it's mind. That is what settled out. So you're not getting the ideal perfect solution. It's undoubtedly good salt. But it's not as good as. The stuff that is collected from where they have at the water will come up with this media was brought to you by audio person a Web site dedicated to spreading God's word through free sermon audio. And much more. 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