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Planting by the Blueprint - Trees

Lynn Hoag

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The way food is grown today, with chemical fertilizers, pesticides and GMOs, con- tributes to the disease and debilitation we see around us. Using Ellen White’s planting method, combined with full mineralization using ocean water, Lynn enjoys teaching others the simple, easy and inexpensive methods he has discovered. 

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  • January 17, 2019
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Father in heaven we thank you for all the things you do for us and that you've offered to teach us and to give us wisdom and understanding and Lord we sure need that so we ask for that today and thank you for it in Jesus' name amen we want to talk about. Ellen White's planting method if we can call it that in the night season she was given a dream the angel came to her and told her. Explain to her the science of the soil and what the different layers in the soil did that gets quite complicated. But then. She wrote it out so that it is so simple that even a child can follow this and get great results and everywhere I have lived on earth since I was about 13 years old I have planted trees this way I used to say they have all done very well and this last year a lost 3 trees so. But there are a lot of different things that we can go over and we can. We can cover. Was Down in Brazil and they wanted me to they want to be come down there and teach him how to grow trees this way I said no no no it's too expensive a trip to go down there and I can just talk to you on the Internet and on the phone and you can do this no no they insisted I go down there so anyway I went down there and spent 3 weeks. Planting trees and we planted I think we planted and. 400 some fir trees. On the side of a very steep mountain. And. Little School of the prophets down there and several 1000. Thorn bushes What on earth would we plant thorn bushes for. They have a lot of theft and trouble down there and so our school. They planted these we planted these thorn bushes all around the edge and when those things mature and went back year and half later and when those things grew up there a solid barrier not even a dog could get through them there so that had some some benefit there. The growth. On those trees was incredible we put little sticks into the ground the size of a pencil and a year and a half later it came back and while the trees were about this tall and bearing fruit already covered with fruit their cashew trees. That we planted a year and a half earlier were up and bearing fruit and a buddy of mine who came with me from the States and I went down into that orchard the very 1st day and we found that the cashew trees already had fruit on them cashew has a fruit and then has another underneath it there and if the 1st is edible and of course the nut is edible there so we pick some of the fruit was ripe and. Tried to eat it and boy is it nasty. Edible So we took it up to the kitchen and if you put enough sugar with anything you can make it taste good there anyway the cash or trees and done done well on all of those trees and done very very well. In my. My little neighborhood Placerville California out in the woods there. We planted some trees like 3 and a half years ago and all right here is a year and a half growth in Brazil I don't even know the name of that tree it's some kind of fruit there but tremendous growth and look at the hillside behind it was so steep we had to take a we took a backhoe out there and tried to dig and it was so steep that the director of the school. Said he went out and hired about 30 of the local men there and they came out with their I don't know what you call them even but a big hole like this with a short handle and dug holes and those guys could dig a hole almost as fast as they. The boat in the back oh OK look at the size of that tree there oranges. There's a cashew tree was talking about there's the fruit of the cashew there that's not right there but there is a growing was covered with blossoms and little while was and ripe while was all at the same time there's the avocado tree it had not produced yet. But you can see the tremendous growth there. These are trees planted there when white method both of those trees were the same size. I think this is at 6 years of growth there one plan to deal in white method and one just before St method there. Is tremendous difference there. This method works it's given to us by divine wisdom which tree would you like to grow. A little tree on your right there actually died in a drought that we had back there. OK What is it is a deep digging with different layers of soil topsoil rock powders compost all go together to create a healthy and abundant growth layer over rocks changes the electrical magnetic field in that planting hole OK that makes those trees grow faster. That's something we can measure and we can see works there any deep rooted plant will grow very well that way we get a large healthy growth buttons with high bricks just wonderful there here's the. Diagram and. Let's start at the very bottom and you see we have a mixture there of compost leaf mold top soil and we've now made a tree planting kitchens to make it easier and less expensive for people to to. Plant this way so about one 3rd of that bottom you see is filled up with that above that is a layer of gravel on your on the graph there it says 8. That's just gravel and you want to 4 inches of gravel through there that's what's going to change that electrical magnetic field there. The gravel everything from the gravel down is going to be anaerobic growing without oxygen everything from the gravel above is going to tend to be a robotic. Bacteria in microbes in the soil it's the difference between the aerobics and the anaerobic that makes that. Electrical charge there OK and then you see that we've got a pipe in there says air pipe just take a 3 or 4 inch air pipe well how you get air down there is not so important is that you get air down there faster and the more air we get to the plant roots the faster that plant will grow provided we don't dry it out OK so when we get air down there. OK and that middle layer in there where the air tube is just plain topsoil we don't want that real rich. Above that now that that top 3rd layer there is almost identical we dental find here is 5 not $5.00 and $9.00 are just about the same there now looks like a tin can around that that's just a tree protector OK when you put these things in the ground they're babies and they need to be protected Otherwise you might have mice or cut worms or other things that would come in and damage that tree there's a baby tree so we need to baby it when that gets bigger. It will get tough and we won't need that. Then there's a very thin layer there of compost with. Minerals in it and above that is a layer of mulch some type of mulch going around that tree and then on the very top there's a layer of rock Now this is in your front yard you might want to put river rock or something around it to keep things neat and clean. If it's in the back 40 I don't worry about those rocks because in about 6 months time the earthworms are going to come up and eat all of that mulch and it's going to be gone and in my front yard it means I've got to turn throw the rocks on the side and put more mulch in there and then put the rocks back it's in the back 40. Just put more mulch on top as you need another earthworms are not going to take down anything that's dry has to be wet or they're not going to take down it's taken down and it has to be dead if it's alive they won't touch it there so just put more mulch on top and it will be fine OK you want to dig a hole or a trench about 3 feet wide and 3 feet deep you want to separate the topsoil from the subsoil and you can tell it's in the it'll be a different color we're going to use both but put them in separate piles don't mix them together their own. Well we're going to use topsoil. Let's go back to this. You're going to have a mixture of compost Let's go to number 9 OK a mixture of compost leaf bulbs topsoil all right and you can have a mixture of tops on the very top number 5 there are 2. Number 6 is all plain topsoil there so you're going to need quite a bit of stop so often I will steal tussle from you know the area around to use in that planting hole if you don't have deep enough topsoil OK here's a picture. Where we were we dug a hole and now it's partially filled and then the rocks that we dug out of that hole were just through off to the side and we use those back in that hole we didn't have to buy gravel there I've used everything from P. gravel small gravel to stuff as big as a softball I really like maybe 3 quarter inch gravel or something it's easy to use there OK We talked about an air pipe in there that's just a just we found a piece of scrap pipe and cut it to size dropped it in there you see we've got rock on either side of it not blocking it we want that air to be able to get out there to the roots OK here we are putting in a gopher wire this is a mistake. Not to go for wire. But the size of that you want to cut. Hardware cloth. About at least 9 feet long and probably 10 feet long OK And and that will wrap around then and be just about the right size for that 3 foot hole why you don't want it that. That small is not hard to fill it's just hard to work around so make it bigger there and it'll work better for you there OK let's go and here's the same thing now this is before this is same spot but it's before we. Had a. Defense around so it would just make shift their fence around each one of these. Trees. And when you do that make sure that you stick that in because the deer will come up to that and they'll push against that fence you know get right up to your tree and know it right through that there so make sure that they can't push against it there and today there's a nice deer fence around that they're OK now with the subsoil we're going to create a berm or a dam around it OK And so we're going to use that sub so but we're going to use it as a. Dam you want that 9 or 10 feet in diameter. That's the whole the water and the fertilizer so if you're on part of a hill you don't need to burn in the topside you need it on the sides in the bottom there. And some were Pathfinders OK that's a $33.00 and a half year old tree the planting the white method. There's a 3 and a half year old tree planted the same day the forestry method huge difference all right now I want you to look at the difference in the size of the trunks of those trees there and I think we have some more pictures on that whoops it is a dogwood tree this is on my little street in the country where my neighbors planted some dogwood trees these are 4 and a half years old and so you can get a perspective of what they look like these are 60 actually this is these trees now are 64 years since they were planted these are pear trees. These are planted in the best soil in my county now my county goes from 10000 feet high mountains to almost sea level and I have soil tests on this land and I have small test on the other land and this was planted in the very best soil in the whole county there 60 years I have a pear tree that is 3 and a half years old I don't have a picture of it and here. But at 3 and a half years that would produce more than any one of these pears and better quality there because we are using the Allen White method there is truly some divine wisdom here I could not come up with this will hit on my own in a 100 years. But God has given it to us it's one of the treasures he's given to us and we are to use it and we're to give it away to the world to anybody that would benefit by their own care works all kinds of plants any deep rooted plant will do well here. And the white mention that she grew to made is this way and one of the guys in the Garden Club one of the day said well hey I don't want group tomatoes this way let's see if we can plan a tomato plant this way so we did not put a great big cage around this was an Early Girl tomato plant put a great big cage around it because I knew it was going to grow very very well and in a few weeks I had to tear that cage down to that tomato plant was too big in a process I broke one of the main branches most OK we we cut that off and stretched this cage out into a fence there so we could get to it there. That tomato plant produced right at $100.00 pounds of tomatoes on $11.00 plant now the average in a tomato farm outside I'm talking about tomato farm the average is 6 pounds 6 pounds of tomatoes per plant and that plant's going to die. In your own backyard garden you can probably double that and if you're a real good gardener you might triple that. 100 pounds this is pretty spectacular there yes that's a good question would we plant that tomato and same hole here yes well you're going to have to redo some of the amendments especially the nitrogen is going to go back into the air OK but with your soil test you'll know exactly what to do with with the ocean water ocean water and ocean water has 92 different minerals OK all in a perfect balance meaning the percentage of one to the next to the next all the way down never varies a homeowners does not happen because extra stuff is washed into the ocean every day and so those extra things are washed into the ocean whatever's out of the balance quickly drops to the ocean floor so that that balance is always the same doesn't matter if you go to the Pacific to the Atlantic of you go to that then sea or even the Great Salt Lake as long as you're just using the water not what's on the ocean floor that balance would be the same. No. The Pacific ocean compared to maybe the Salt Lake Salt Lake is going to have less water and more minerals. So we may have to adjust that way but if you're using the day ocean water dehydrated then it's very simple to do here you know we have these 92 different minerals in the ocean and so we analyze the ocean water and we analyze human blood. And they match today almost exactly not quite there 3 differences 1st difference is that. Very 1st isn't says that. In the ocean almost all of the iron quickly drops to the ocean floor there is very little iron in the water itself in our blood we have lots of iron so our blood is red and the ocean is green or clear there when it comes to phosphate The 2nd difference is phosphate and phosphate is a major mineral that we need in the ground there's not enough phosphate in the ocean water to grow land plants I've tried it just doesn't work there the phosphate drops to the ocean floor it's a tremendous amount of phosphate in the ocean to bones since shells so little modules on the ocean floor and there are companies that make equipment to come in and sweep the ocean floor and harvest phosphate there's plenty of phosphate in the ocean but not enough in the water so if you're if you're. Using ocean waters a major. Part of the your fertility program. Then you you need to be able to add iron if it's necessary and phosphate and then the 3rd difference is that all life is electrical. Soul in the ocean with all these mineral salts there's no problem with electrical currents freely flowing in every direction. On land it's nitrogen that brings that electrical spark in to the plant and so we always have to pay attention to nitrogen and the other thing is that nitrogen is is a gas so the nitrogen that we get in the garden is always tied up with something else. And it's always going back into the atmosphere so we constantly have to add nitrogen or be aware of it make sure that our plants get enough they're all right I want to say something else about these minerals in the ocean. Some of them are in there in let's go to the trace minerals are in there and parts per 1000000 and some of them the rare earth minerals are in there in parts per 1000000000 very very small amounts but it matches human blood there. If it's in our blood and God doesn't waste things if it's in our blood it must be there for a purpose. If it's in the ocean God is telling us that we have a source of these minerals that we can get no. Don't go in drug and drink the ocean water. It is in a crystal and minerals in the ocean or in a crystalline form no animal not even an insect can use those minerals directly in that form. Let the plant take that up through the roots and then in the leaf of the plant which is the factory for that plant it's going to take that crystalline chemical and combine it with carbon from carbon dioxide right out of the air now it's changed that crystalline chemical into an organic mineral Now you can eat all of those minerals that you want through the plant in an organic form and you will not overdose you will not harm yourself that way if you drink the water directly it actually is toxic for us now anything to excess. Is toxic let me give you another example if I cut my finger. The blood is salty right we have a lot of salt in our bodies we die quickly without it we have to have this balance of salt if I get a drop of. Sweat or tear into my mouth it's very salty there but if I take 5 little teaspoons of salt at one time doesn't matter it's the ocean water or just better than the. Normal table salt we have doesn't matter if I have 5 little teaspoons of that song that's a lethal dose. Used to be a way of. An honorable way in China years ago of committing suicide their thing out of balance is is is going to be a problem now with these these 92 different minerals everything that's in that periodic chart that's a mineral is in there and we have things like arsenic lead mercury can be M I mean these are. These are poisons right these are poisons All right so so let the plant take it up make it into an organic form it's also in your body remember so that your body can use that to the best advantage. There OK OK here's a few years ago. They actually discovered that arsenic was a necessary nutrient for human health obviously in very small amounts yeah and get it in the organic form here while I were in the northwest and it's very difficult to grow peaches here because they get peach leaf girl in the tree dies there. And there are some new varieties that are that are. More resistant to peach leaf curl here but there are a lot of sprays that we go in and the nursery we can buy and so forth for for this. So I tried an experiment wasn't my idea got it from from I think it was. Anybody got a from a book where we. Were reuse where we have peach tree curl now piece leave curl comes when we have wet cold springs and and one says spring. I had a peach Lee a peach tree on the side of the house and it just got covered with Pixley of crow I mean there was every leaf practically was badly infected there it's a virus. And. And what we have is. An uncontrolled growth of cells now if we had an uncontrolled growth of cells in an animal or human we call that cancer right we don't call that speech live cancer but that's what it is uncontrolled growth of cells there so I took. The ocean water mixed it with or. You know mixed it and sprayed that tree with the. With that mixture that effect I just I doused that tree real good with it now all of those diseased leaves when about a week or so time they turn black and they died sometimes I'd have a leaf that was partly good and the bottom part had peach leave curl on it what was interesting is that the diseased part would die and the other part would get healthier there but anyway almost all these leaves fell off this tree or died and. And then the new leaves that came on had no peach leaf girl the color was great. The tree was healthy and I thought wow that really works I'm really glad to know that but I got the biggest surprise when when those peaches ripen in late summer. And I went out and. I get impatient and so I. Looked the tree over to find a ripe a strict right this fruit and and see what it's going to be like there anyway the biggest surprise was that they were the most delicious peaches I had ever eaten in my life I had no idea that that would happen they were incredibly good there now the next year. It was a drier year and we did not have a peach leaf curl on that tree so I didn't treat it didn't worry about it and it produced a very nice. Harvest of peaches again and when the peaches began to ripen I did the same thing it went out there and tried to pick the right one to see what they were going to be like this year you know what they were good but they did not have that flavor that I had the year before so I quit going into the garage mixed up in the ocean water with some fresh water and went out and Dulce that tree again now what I can tell you before you need to do this probably twice a week apart at least one week apart and if you have a real bad and disease tree maybe you'll do it 3 weeks but do it about a week apart there so I don't know and now I'm dice down seeing this tree again I'm just watering it down with this ocean water solution there. It did not work. Those beaches were good white bottom in the grocery store and would have been pleased with the flavor but there it did not have that flavor that we had the previous year. So it needs what I what I learned from that and from other experiments is that we need to get those minerals to the plant while the fruit is forming the same is true with your tomatoes. You he will have tomatoes that are better in flavor than any you have ever eaten in your whole life but you've got to get those minerals to the plant when those tomatoes are forming so by the time the flowers are coming on same with the peach tree length of time the flowers are coming you need to get some of those minerals on. To that tree. I don't have a lot of experience with apples in this I know that cherries are incredibly good this way. Tomatoes onions of all things you can grow onions that are almost sweet enough to eat like apples. And. Carrots respond very well to this just incredibly better I'll tell you a little story. My granddaughter would come to my garden class not because I was there but because a little friend of hers would come and so these 2 little girls they'd run out were around while you know grandpa was talking or working in the garden with other people and so forth there and we had a garden a church garden where we had 6 rows and each row was a different method of growing so that we could compare so my put an Early Girl tomato plant in one row by 6 plants and we'd plant one in each row so we have a good comparison and if I press plenty carrots that plant the same carrots eat in each row or whatever it was she see so we have a good comparison Well one day these 2 little girls were out running around and they'd go through the garden and they were tastings you know decide whether they like them or not there so they started on the upper row and were tasting carrots this particular day and they weren't ripe yet they were just as big as my little finger maybe but they taste them and say to taste good you know and to go to the next row now that's no good they got to the ocean water row and those girls stopped and they kept eating carrots there these are only 30 foot long rows and so the amount of carrots was maybe only this much in a row there so after a while like I. Called to my granddaughter and said you know maybe. Maybe girls shouldn't let me eat some carrots in another room I want the people in the garden to be able to taste the difference here to there said Poppy the others don't taste good so. You can make carrots very very sweet there and most everything. Will respond well to it some people think that they can taste the difference with green beans and some people think they can't but most things you know you get a difference there there's another thing that happens here and that is that. When we grow fully mineralized I'm talking about ocean water and it's not just ocean water there's other things that we have to balance and soil like the calcium and phosphate and so forth but when we when we grow fully mineralized. Including the ocean water we get very long shelf life you know from your own experience that if you buy a cucumber take it home put it in the bottom of the refrigerator it's the 1st thing to turn to mush right now well. My youngest daughter was in this garden class one year and she picked a cucumber a lemon cucumber happens to be my favorite out of the ocean water room and took it home. And we did not put it in a refrigerator and put it in the garage this was in September a year later in September my wife found a cucumber in the garage and she said What's this thing I said don't throw it away that's my cue for. Now it had dehydrated we didn't need it for supper that night but there was absolutely no rock doc to carry Reims. Was teaching in Orlando Florida University of Florida agriculture and. This man was a genius but anyway. He grew watermelons one year he entered 3 in the Florida State Fair and won 1st prize. After the affair was over he took those 3 watermelons and he put them on his desk where he taught there the next year he entered the same 3 watermelons in the state fair and the year after that to. Know. What he was showing is that when food is grown fully mineralized it will not rot one exception is if you if you cut the skin that's a place for infection to get in but as long as that is of full health the. Fruit. That will that will dehydration but it will not rot. Around the office it international ag labs. I think 6 years or more they had then orange sitting on a desk for 6 years or more no rot whatsoever there anyway you get a long shelf life with this as well as great taste and the taste and the nutrient value of the healing value go together so what a wonderful gift we have from God Yes OK Tracy says can I explain each layer. For the elem like planting method let's see OK what it what does each layer do. This lower one 3rd here 1st we've amended the soil so there are good there's good food there for plant and and it's deep. Now but that lower layer is anaerobic growing with oxygen and then the top layer has the same minerals in it same Adenike and minerals in it you see microbes whether they're in the bottom layer the top layer they need the same food they need the same things there but what's happening is that one is creating a positive current and one is creating a a negative current and so that the difference between the 2 makes an electrical magnetic charge there let me tell you a story in West Africa Nicola call her desert and there there's a Swedish company under Grant that is making a long trenches and they're filling them the Isle of Wight method and they're not growing anything. They're putting a wire in the bottom layer and they're putting the last wire in the top layer and then they bring these 2 wires together in the far end and what they're doing that for is to create electricity you see these villages in the Call her desert are good 100 kilometers from the closest power line and so now all of a sudden way out there. In the desert. These villages cut off from the rest of the world for 1000 years all of a sudden they have L.E.D. lights all night long and they have enough electricity to recharge their cell phones and their laptops and so forth so these villages that have been isolated for a 1000 years all of a sudden are connected to the rest of the world wow what does that mean that means that all of a sudden they can get the gospel all of sudden and yet they're at least 100 kilometers from the closest power line there's some very interesting. Results on own life is electrical is energy OK We talk about using these different minerals and what have you that the plants use and they are but but it what it is is that one element is reacting against another and it's creating energy there so we have a chemical energy that the plant is using We have energy from the sun that the plant is using We have energy from the electrical force in the ground there the earth is around and out of the South Pole. There's a electrical current that comes all right and it goes around the earth in the topsoil and goes into the North Pole is constantly being fed by solar wind so it's a constant. Flow of energy there in experiments where they have created. A specialized room where they could where you could go in there and not have that energy flow so some in these experiments people would go in there and they close the door in a meeting at least one out we are constantly being. Kept alive by God's energy the way he created this whole world there so anyway a lot of a lot of energy a lot of benefits there OK when I I'm planting trees and I'm digging holes like this I like to fill that hole up with water OK so I've got to hold on I'll fill it up with water and if that water does not leech out of that in $24.00 hours don't plant in that hole your tree is going to dry ground there when it rains it's going to go in there and here and it's going to grow so what happens if you have that type of situation well then you can build up there we just did this in Auburn California. Going to school there and. It's hard hard clay soil a field of the hole up with water came came back several days later still water in it there so we had to build up there and often as you're going through agricultural land you'll see that that. Even in good land that they will have. A hill of man on the hill in the middle and that's what they planned on and so when you have heavy heavy rains you don't lose in your your plants your trees there it's a layer of gravel is just that's the insulation between the 2 right a lot of people say oh that's for drainage it's not it's the insulator there and then the plain soil there when you when you plant a tree there and we've got all of these minerals in there it's better. If we don't have too rich of a song let the tree get started there and then it will do better Incidentally I've been to several places where we were planting maybe a little orchard or something and so we dig the holes and whatever and we're ready just to start putting the trees in and. Filling in there and. Several places I've had people to go along and take the trees out and drop one by this hole and one by this hole and by that hole don't do that. Those tree roots in the wind and the sunshine will dry out very quickly and you could kill a tree at least 2 and major damage in not too many minutes so keep that. Keep those tree roots in what sawdust it came in or something we say healing the man is we we just make a shallow trench lay the tree down in it and cover the roots with soil there just keep those roots moist until you've actually got them in there OK. And then we know if you go back to Herbert Clarence White's book you'll see that he used a big rock underneath that root ball there and why didn't talk about that he said it was for an anchor Well if you had a peach tree and you were in a windy area you might want to do that. But Ellen why didn't talk about it and most of the time it just gets in the way doesn't help you at all and if you have a tree that has a tap root then you're really messing up their soul. And then many of your feeder roots are going to be right on the surface there. And you as you walk out and you see lawns or whatever you'll see that many roots many tree roots are right on the surface there so that's important to have that. The purpose of the air pipe is that. Your airplane roots need air the more air you get to that. Plant the roots of that plant without trying it out. The faster that plant will grow so the tree roots need it they microbes need it the earthworms need it and if we have a huge big rainstorm It's a place for extra water to go temporarily there so there's a lot of benefits to. That's not connected to the surface often we will plant in long trenches OK They're all use french drain pipe which is has holes all the way along it and then I will X. X at both ends to FRESH AIR. Let me talk to you about some mistakes that I've made I've seen other people make to their And one is that so we put a lot of air in that hole we've got. Compost and mulch and peat moss and things like that that is going to shrink over that 1st year OK so you need to present plant that high enough so that when it drops because the soil in that's the hole is going to grow so when it drops that it's going to be about level with the other are right now most of the trees that you want to use are going to be grafted they don't just say oh that was a good apple I'm going to plant the seed. Get in and get a grafted tree let me tell you why that is. Are you exactly like your father are you exactly like your mother are you exactly like any of your grandparents you know why or where did you come from. OK it was gene pool right and so we're a mix here the same thing is true with their trees so we have this gene pool coming down so if I eat an apple and it's really good and I save the seed in Planet I'm not going to get an apple tree that's producing the same thing I'm going to get something else most of the time about 99 percent of the time it's something you don't want it will be gnarly smaller won't taste good or whatever you know so just spend the money and get a grafted tree for most trees not all but most trees. Otherwise you're just wasting a lot of time and energy and money trying to grow that. That tree OK tree she says why do we cover the soil there in most places we want to conserve moisture in at least in the summer time OK. But there's another very good reason and that is that if we have a moment out there. The earthworms are going to come up and eat that and take it down now we've gone down 3 feet in some places we've gone down 4 feet and so we've prepared a lot of soil however the the earthworms are going the way down below that. Some places where we've been building I can remember that we would be. 6 feet 8 feet and 12 feet under the ground were excavating for foundation in other things there and I would find earthworms these are the Night Crawlers there and in drier parts of the country they'll go down there. During the summer the dry part in a kind of hibernate down there until it gets washed and then they'll come up again so they're going to do. Big and purr and loosen that soil and enrich the soil far deeper. Than you and I can and can do it so much use nature whenever we can there. Talking about nature and one final point we've got to quit if you grow cherries lot of different fruits sometimes you're just growing for the birds right you get a nice tree full of cherries and you don't get any the birds are going to maul All right so a real simple solution to that and make friends with the hummingbirds and put a hummingbird feeder in that tree. You need it you need it there at least 6 weeks before the cherries or the peaches or whatever is going to be ripening there the hummingbird has to know that that's his place to feed and a hummingbird won't touch your fruit but he'll keep all the other birds away including Blue Jays and and crows and so forth and think about it and if you have a hummingbird feeder and you go out to replace you know give them more food they're buzzing you right they're saying hey that's my place to eat you know anyway use them they're good they're good benefits. 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