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Home Gardening - Part 3

Lynn Hoag


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. 


  • January 16, 2019
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Himalayan sea salt the pink salt you know. A lot of people use that when I was in Canada I think about 3 years ago now and Ontario we could not get sea salt we could not get C. 98 the Canadian government said no way or you can't put ocean water salt on our land it's going to kill everything and so the authorities wouldn't let them do that while the sea 90 people went to them and talked to me explained it and so forth and now see 90 is available in Canada so you can get it there and they they promote it it's a good it's a great product there thank you. You can also get to see someone I didn't finish when I was in in Canada you could not get to see 90 so I use the the Himalayan salt it has at that time they were saying it had 80 about 80 different minerals in it we want all 92 we want to match our our blood OK So we want everything. In it so get the ocean water if you can there's other. Salts that you can get in Portugal and France in that part of the world you can get some salt. Which is dehydrated seawater with nothing added. There and if you look at that it is a grey dirty color. There's that's a dirty part of the ocean over there so if you can't get anything else you that would be good. Better than nothing but if you can get this it's usually far less expensive and. And buy far better there do get a soil test if you if at all possible you get a saw test document later realized that there were a lot of people and he went all over the world and your lot of people that were not going for a backyard garden they were not going to spend the money for a saw test so he'd did what we call as a one size fits all and that's the mid lighter system and it works. But you'd be far better off if you got the saw test there Genesis Flood Connell's an imbalance in nutrients and so on. Test the soil and then add the minerals per recommendation and the ocean water minerals the $92.00 different minerals and a perfect balance. And the microbes the bacteria the funny guy. And then bio char when it is fully inoculated what is Bio Shock that's what your box will look like and there we are simply spreading the New Right minerals that was in my backyard. Preparing So how can. You spread that out and dig it in by hand or rototiller it it'll be just fine there now this was taken in my garden this season this last season and you can see I've got a road that's probably about 3 feet wide maybe a little less than that and I'm planting things back and forth sideways they're OK A growth for formula for growth anywhere. Ocean minerals ocean minerals phosphate nitrogen and iron if you need it. A. Disease an insect resistant crops that does very well almost anywhere there can tell you a story. This happened in Minnesota there was they were growing a crop of soybeans 2 soybean fields side by side one was a conventional way all right minerals and chemicals and so forth according to 2 standard agriculture today the feel right next to it was organic and was being used with these soil testing in the one minerals that come out of the recommendations that come out of international egg lamb as you walk across the field the 1st field. Those plants were very stressed being eaten up by grasshoppers and other insects are everywhere. And you cross the line and you go into the 2nd field and it's full of grasshoppers it's full of all these insects too but now if you look carefully they're just sitting there they're not eating those plants there you see. The insects are God's creation to recycle sick and dying plants otherwise the whole world would be a garbage dump. And the plant puts out a signal that says I'm under stress and the insect come and and eat that now I still have some insect pressure in my garden but I sure have far less than I used to there so use the right things and you will get less insect pressure there. In India about the time of the 1st World War. I. See this Marine's name a Sir Howard or I have that right is that right yeah and he was sent there. To to grow food and he had all of these Indian people there who are growing food. And they. Supported the war effort there. He did experiments there where he took 2 identical tomato plants. As a board in the ground and on one side he had poor soil on the other side he had rich organic soil there same variety of tomato any weave them together on a troublous like this he did this multiple times there. When he found is that the. Plant growing in deficient soil. Was covered with worms and insects and being attacked and the one that was grown in good organic soil was healthy and just growing wonderfully well there same variety of weave together and a huge difference there OK. All right so we need ocean minerals phosphate nitrogen iron and we're going to have good results we need phosphate and iron. The phosphate sinks to the ocean floor most soils in the West are depleted of phosphate. Matter fact most soils anywhere in the continent. Are depleted of phosphate there are few exceptions. OK source the phosphate bones and shells so if you happen to be in a place where you can't get soft rock phosphate you take bones and shells could be eggshells this kind of shells could be bones don't get the bones from slaughter house there. Will be polluted. Bernal's you put it in a big bonfire and you burn I'm OK and then they will power up you know powder easy and become a vailable there. We don't use Mon meal don't use blood meal. Those are. Recent trip to Vancouver Washington to Lady approach me and her sister had died of mad cow disease we have mad cow disease in this country they don't want to talk about it they don't want to scare or they don't want to panic there but there is mad cow disease here now the incidence of mad cow disease in organic farms where they're using blood meal and bone meal particularly bung meal. The incidence of mad cow disease is way up compared to the rest of the country they're. See you could you could he could hit that to 700 degrees and it won't affect that prey on at all and so if you have if you have any fertilizers at home that have bone meal and. Put it in a plastic bag and get rid of it there. Same with blood meal. Get rid of it. It's not safe no bone meal and blood meal are expensive. There is far better sources of it. They are the softer UK phosphate which is loans shells buried during Noah's flood there was no disease that none of you will not have any disease with that and it's so much less expensive than the bone meal there when it comes to the nitrogen is there lots of different sources of nitrogen and we do not need blood meal don't use those products incommunicado for knew we wanted to grow an acre of tomatoes and we were using this as a. Fund raising project because we wanted to or 5 of us that wanted to go to Brazil and work again on this farm that you saw the beginning there were test of the soil and I got the right things and I needed some compost in that we got I got to load a truckload full of certified organic compost which was good and we had planted 2 thirds of this field using that. I had called some friends of mine who worked on a on a horse farm there and I said hey. Do you have any manure and they said oh we got all kinds of a New York. That you can have all that you want and. Going to call the next day from the owner of the horse ranch a lady. And she said Len there's an organic gardener and he comes every year and he gets a big load of this horse manure and he uses it on his garden and he hasn't come yet he'll come shortly and I'll call you then and you can have everything that's left over he says I'm sure it'll be pent plenty there but I want him to have you know his 1st said OK well the organic Garner didn't show up and didn't show up. For quite a long time and finally in meantime we've got 2 thirds of this acre planted. Now we've got a call said oh this guy showed up with organic gardener showed up so you can come now and get all that you want so a sense of guys over to get a big load of stuff said put that manure up at the upper part of this field because that's where we're planting now close to the planing holes. So. We started using the manure now the only difference here is the soil is the same the plants are the same from the same variety in the same varieties and the same nursery grown for us we didn't grow our tomato plants that year. So everything is the same. Except that now we're using horse manure instead of the certified compost there. What happened is that every single plant that got the horse manure failed now they grew but you know the tomato plant grows and has a nice compound leaf coming out. Well these grew but they grew in weird stems you know and. At the end of one row there were 3 plants this was these were. A pineapple tomato plant that was at the time it was my wife's favorite tomato it's a big tomato it's 3 colors it's a green it's red and yellow when it's right. Did a full wonderful tasting plant there are 3 plants at the end they've got some of the good compost and just some of the horse manure but not as much as the other plants Well those 3 plants actually produce some tomatoes and when they got big and right. I tried to eat them you could not eat them that the flavor was so terrible just was awful there. Well. I could see that we weren't going to get any. Good results from from these plants so I came in and I tore a bunch of them out and we planted green beans and cabbage and cauliflower and. Some flowers and a whole bunch of things there everything grew but everything grew with what's stress there. Several years later a man came by this this particular piece of property is owned by a lady up there that when she's dedicated this land to doing God's work that's her think so anybody who wants to grow a garden she will entertain talking to them there anyway a guy came by and he said well I want to grow produce and I want to grow it for local restaurants and she said OK well I know they're not going to use that part of the garden up there they told me they're not going to use that so he went up and use that part of the garden not knowing our previous experience where that this is several years later things grew they still grew under stress still had a problem there so you do not you do not want we couldn't figure out what the trouble was why had this failed. Horse manure has been a good fertilizer for thousands of years Bible talks about fertile maneuvers there. So I went back back to the farm said you're using any roundup you know everything's natural using any chemicals on this at all. You know no no what or what are you feeding the horses. Any medicines no no everything's natural there we couldn't figure it out I couldn't figure it out but he had some. Farmers from South Africa and they farm several 1000 acres and and it took the wife to figure this out what was happening is that those horses were fed part of their feed came from genetically modified corn. After being digested through the animal after sitting in a compost pile for a year or more it's still destroyed our tomatoes you still use it you do not want anything that has genetically modified. Material in it so be very very careful with that if you have to. If you have animals or chickens or whatever if you're feeding and 100 percent organic and you know what it is well maybe you could use that but be careful with that source of iron OK. Usually we have enough iron there but kelp has iron and there are a lot of different ways to get iron there can source of nitrogen OK this is important anything that has protein will contain nitrogen OK Anything that has protein will have nitrogen or very close together. One time my wife throughout. A bunch of rice that had weevils and it was my job to take the garbage out so. So I rescued that Rice and and I put it and that time we had an acre of ground jungle Springs California. And there was one part where the soil was thin and rocky and it was a porous soil on the whole acre there so I took that rice and put it in a big circle around there dug it in there and then I planted a cucumber we had an I says Patrick you have yours there so if you have any grain like that or flower or something that we will get in whatever you can use that that's a good source of nitrogen and protein a lot of other things too. When we when we eat bread we don't eat the stronger we we eat wheat You see they the nutrients are concentrated in the seed and so. Use any seed meal there that's not genetically modified or sprayed with Roundup now lots of things are sprayed with Roundup wheat you know is not genetically modified. However almost all of our wheat is sprayed with Roundup Now why do they do that well the wheat is maturing and it's just about time to harvest it what used to happen is that some of the we don't top of the hill is ripe and ready and if you don't harvest that it'll fall out and once it's on the ground you can't harvest it it's lost to the farmer. But just down from that the wheat is not quite right it's a little a little greener so he has to come in it and harvest all of that and then he has to pay a lot of money to dry that wheat so it doesn't go bad there so now they come by and they spray that whole field and they can know to the day when the combine should come through there and harvest that now they haven't lost that wheat it's still there but they've killed everything prematurely they've killed it there and it's all right been together and and they harvest it. So mean it means. And means thousands of dollars more for that farmer. There are lots of people that have. Gluten intolerance today. And many people who have had gluten intolerance on just tell you one story will illustrate the point here is a lady that was just deathly would get deathly sick if she ate any wheat product there. She went to Italy for a vacation. And every every day she would walk back and forth past this bakery and one day she thought that's that stuff it was just looks so good in there I'm just going to try a little bite and see what happens she did nothing happened she didn't get 2nd all there so she thought well maybe this nice weather over here in the Sierra and whatever is making me better so the next day she ate more and there was no problem whatsoever she said wow my body's healed itself I'm doing just wonderfully well over here and so she enjoyed eating all of wheat products that that she could over there came back to United States and knew that she was cured now and walked into a restaurant ate some weight and a medium league of deathly sick see she wasn't gluten intolerant she was intolerant to the guy for sate she was intolerant. To the roundup there yes I've heard that same process happens with every year that happens with oats happens with wheat it happens with most of our grains and soybeans. It Barney you. Look owns Yes it happens with a lot of things there. They're even use it in using it on some spinach not sure why they use it on spinach but is used on a lot of different things there so you want to you want to be organic to avoid that. Now have you ever been lied to. Never been lied to. I was in. Why Salia California. And gentleman came up to me and he said well I grow a big. Field of citrus and he said to the organic garden came a buyer came out to my place one day and he said I'd like to buy your citrus I think this was particularly was can cause a little you know a little thing and he had lots of cunt cocks cut and quotes that were right. So he said Yeah but he said they're not organic and the guy says I don't care I can use them anyway. So we bought him and. Took him down to the. Packing house. And for some reason our farmer had to go into the packing house to correct an invoice or pay an invoice I get paid I'm not sure what was there but he was in there and he saw all of his conquests being packaged up and marked organic and he said those are not organic and the guy said not a worry about it it's all right we'll use them anyway they're. So is there dishonesty in the world. But at least there are there are honest girl orders out there too so please go towards the organic we'd be better off they're OK Mr nitrogen source's earthworm castings are great now if you look at a fertilizer bag these numbers are very low 22 and 2 that's earthworm castings but they're doing a lot of other things too and so you get an A disproportionately better result from this very low fertilizer. Then you would from a higher chemical fertilizer there manures birds are best because it because there's no urine so it's a higher content now you can burn your plants with too much nitrogen there from bird things. On cane no Jim Jones hormones chemicals. They will ruin your garden for years and I told you that story already locate bio char and Michael Rice OK question is how can we make sure that the earth from castings will have you most. Most earth wearing casting that you buy come from. Companies are taking garbage from the garbage company and growing worms and I've seen. Earthworms that were red and yellow and blue and purple because of what they were feeding them. There so the best thing is if you can if you can grow your own. Earthworm castings are rather expensive to buy anyway. There's a principle that Ellen White gave us years ago she said but you're fixing your food. Do the best you can with it and then ask God to bless it inside out and enjoy it and know that God is blessing you there don't worry about it would just use the same principle in our garden and feed our plants. The best we can and ask God to protect us there and that'll work OK bio char want to talk about bio char. OK We're going to believe Jesus Matthew $24.25 we're going to believe Daniel. And. John wrote Revelation we're going to come into a time when it's going to be very difficult to buy and sell OK you're going to be able to get these things there. Let's look at making your garden permanently fertile OK. How do we do that. First we've got to put the right things there so now while you can buy some truck phosphate or other things that you may need to buy that and get it into the garden so that you have the right balance there. Then let's go to bio char that simply means charcoal that has been inoculated. Now we're going to be inoculated with all kinds of microbes there. See all kinds of microbes and fungal activity. Just the minerals and the organic matter in the soil if I take. If I take charcoal. And I put it out in my garden just take plain charcoal and put it out in the garden you can powder it or just. Have small pieces of it nothing is going to grow there for 2 years OK that's because the microbes eat 1st and they were taking they're taking all of these minerals that your. Plants need all of these nutrients. And they're the microbes are in ng and your plants will be yellow deficient if they grow at all there you won't get a crop there however if you totally. Inoculate this 1st then you're going to get the opposite result. When it's fully inoculated. The microbes now are holding those minerals in in the charcoal charcoal is actually a great condominium for for the microbes there. And so they will release those nutrients to your plants as they need him and you'll have very very good results. Now how do we know this I know it from personal experience and a note from reading different things there. In the Amazon jungle. Starting clear over in Brazil in Peru and all the way down through Brazil. There are. Little patches of ground which are very very fertile now I've been there. And in the jungle with all the trees and vines and whatever there I mean things grow just wonderfully well there. But when we look at a plant whether it's a tree or tomato plant or whatever we look at a plant fully 96959496 percent of what we're looking at didn't come from the ground at all it came right out of the air came from carbon dioxide came from other things at the plant can take out of the air like we follow air feed our plants it came from rain and sunshine and so most of that plant just came from the air. We wouldn't get anything if we didn't have something in the ground but that ground is very very depleted because it gets so much rain that there's very little as far as nutrients in the ground there. Now as you go through this jungle every now and then there are tiny little plots of ground where things grow very well and so if I'm right here in I've got a proponent of tree growing or whatever mangle. Corn It grows very well but I move just 3 feet outside of that area. And the same plant will grow but it will struggle to produce any edible food for humans there well and so scientists said what's going on here let's figure out this so this they dug down into the ground in every single case what they found was a black earth called a tear appreciate a black earth well this is charcoal in every single case they also found broken pottery well that told him that this is an old village dump there they do the same thing down there today if you go down there you you know they take all the garbage out to the dump and they burn it there so so what was happening is that they were creating bio char there and now these these deposits of by a char as are as much as 9 in even 12 feet deep there but at least 3 feet deep there so what was happening is that they did that absorbs the minerals hangs onto them and then releases it to the plant now because of the broken pottery they could they could date those old ups in every case they are at least 1200 years old as much as 2000. 500 years old. So these are ancient deposits these people these little plots of land are owned by native Indians they're they're too poor to buy any fertilizer of course they prize that land they take care of it because it does so so well so let's do the same thing in your garden. My daughter and. Her husband decided that they were going to do what they call Korean. Korean natural farming there and they have some very good things here so we got bio char we got charcoal. We have a little chip 1st so we ran it through that and it it some of it powdered some of it just chipped up into smaller pieces there and that's OK The small pieces are good too it's kind of a nasty job thought I change races by the end of the day and. We put that into the compost pile and then we we got microbes from the from the forest. Because we wanted some of that so I went underneath some big trees scraped off. Some of the leaves and pine needles that had fallen last fall and then what's left there was partially decomposed the leaves and pine needles and some of the soil with it there so I got some of that put it in then we went to an area where there were grass plants growing that's a different type of microbe there so we wanted that also so we went and got underneath. The. Bamboo plants and some grass that was going there and again we did the same thing we took a little layer of the soil and whatever was there and mix that in. Now then we use milk we use milk. And Rice we use some rice to get the. We wanted. When you watch a race when you get off of it. Starch thank you so we wanted the rice starch in there so we got that and put all this together with the milk and in a short time they had cheese growing on this hair and so we put all that into the compost pile it really was a cheese there the chickens loved it. So we put all this in the compost pile and I notice now they were doing it I was just kind of observing and live next door and. In a little while this great big yellow thing started to grow in the compost pile it was a huge. Mushroom type plant when the compost. Finished we took that ground it all up and they spread it all over 5 acres on rose bush shoes and plants and whatever there. And I didn't think anything more about it until the next year and they planted right where this compost pile had been now they didn't take part of that compost and put it in that soil it's just that this. That's where the compost pile had been a special thing that they were doing they planted the planted. Pepper plants there are 3 pepper 3 rows of pepper plants right above where that compost was and then a little bit further over towards the chicken coop there are another 2 rows of peppers I mean these are just you know one after another you go to these 1st 2 rows and I would have said we had a good crop of peppers if I didn't have anything to else to compare to we had some peppers that are as big as my fist in there some of the plants were up about this high and I would say hey we had a good row of good crop of peppers but now you move over to these 3 rows that are above where that compost pile was but we had stems on those peppers that were like this some of the tops of those pepper plants were as high as me we had the most beautiful lush gorgeous peppers that I have ever seen in my life just an absolute wonder crop there wow that's interesting. Well seasons over it's the snow comes and so we tear everything down throw the compost pile and the next year they planted corn in the same place there again a similar thing happen over here those 2 rows we had corn that looked OK but we believe over to these 3 rows where that compost pile and measurable difference in the color and the health of those plants there are unfortunately some way left with get to the to the chicken coop open and the chicken got more of that corn and we did. My very interesting. And in the way that that worked now this year this season well the next season they didn't plant anything there just was went wild there this season this past season my granddaughter planted some squash there and a similar thing happened there we had she planted. Spaghetti squash there so she had a HUGE spaghetti squash in the same area there so any way we can make your soil you can make your soil. Permanently fertile. By using this now that's. That's a under a microscope that's nice charcoal and all those little holes make perfect condominiums for microbes so we want terminally fertile soil here appreciate a. Tells us this in the Amazon jungle we can do that. And they tell us that charcoal would be stable for thousands of years now if let's take a tree and grind it up and make compost out of it when we do that. In 23 years time that compost is all gone it's gone back into the air it's going to carbon dioxide and. Other things and it's gone but when we take that same tree and we make charcoal out of it we've changed the structure of that and they tell us that 5000 years it should still be charcoal they're. OK Mike arise Oh you want that. They want your your plant roots they exude a jelly like substance that feeds the fun guy OK now we're talking about fun guy here we're talking about mushroom type plants and a fun guy gather the water in the nutrients from an area and feed them plant and Mike arise or promote the best growth seen anywhere oh oh. If we have a plant here and this is the this is the result of that plant a little plant here here's the ripple of that. Now if we are using this system here where those plants are exuding that jelly like substance a jelly like substance is going to dissolve. Rock powders and organic matter in the soil so that the plant can take it up but if we have. A micro arise will there the fungus. It's going to feed the fungus in the fungus I gather nutrients and water from a much larger area and feed it to those planes so it's it's a very beneficial system is affected by a lot of rain rain rain fall yes. No it's not going to depleted it could be could drown it in some cases but it's not going to depleted us OK here's what it looks like. You when you go through the forest and break off the duff and you know the dry stuff that fell last fall and underneath you every now and then you find something that looks like cobwebs growing in there you want that that's what we went out and gather and put in that compost pile OK OK. OK Was nitrogen constantly goes back into the air so we always have to feed that. This this is a plant that is gathering nitrogen from from the air from the air in the soil. And it makes these little nodules of nitrogen not only feeds that plant but when we when we till that plant in. It's going to feed the next crop after that so this is a very good way of doing it naturally there. OK different microbes work with different types of plants some plants such as beets carrots cabbage do not interact with microbes to store nitrogen anything that's a lagoon will store nitrogen in these nodules. Basically a probiotic for the soil there can double digging any of the double dig fuel you do if you do OK. We were talking about. Jim can Arden his. Way of doing things he disagreed with the idea of double double digging they're trying to spin a lie tells us we should dig deeply and dig often. She also tells us that we should be very careful not to disturb even a tiny little rootlets of plants so digging deeply has to be between crops. And there so. To to double dating you want to loosen the soil about that deep. Deep as you can get it there however don't take that subsoil and put it on the surface if you put that subsoil on the surface you make your were ear work much more difficult so I. Can see that we have a picture of this area you still do this. Take a one foot area there and dig that out put it into a wheelbarrow or box or anything there and then loosen the soil down here but leave it there don't take that soil out leave it there OK now we've got a hole here so we're going to take this bit of soil here. And instead of putting it in a wheelbarrow we're going to put it here OK now we're going to loosen this now we're going to put this over here and listen this until we get all the way down to the end when we get down to the end we're going to have an area here that doesn't have any soil so we're going to take our will Barrow and we're going to put it down here and dump the soil in there that's the way of handing with the least amount of physical labor if you're handing So OK. Please keep this some soil down here do not bring it to the surface there if you have a tractor or other equipment there are all kinds of of some solar Quitman that we have all kinds of. Equipment and. In Placerville California. We're trying desperately to get a garden program starting it at our Eldorado school there and. One of the members of the church there said I'm talking to you last week and he said Oh he said Well I'd like to get a DA to up there and rip that we're groupers and go when I feed deep in the ground great big rivers there well we're a place where our garden is all subsoil there was a big hill there and it's been cut down 3040 feet there to make a flat land. That's where our garden goes and one part of part of it's a ball field and part of it's where we're trying to put in the garden Well obviously it's full of rocks and some soil and whatever there so he's going to come in with these rivers and rip that 5 feet deep which we want. Another thing that he's going to do is bring some soil in some topsoil on top so we can build up there. And another thing that we could do there are. There there's equipment that would sift that soil and we take the rocks out and then the soil underneath is fine well it's it's usable if we amend it right there. OK so nice to breed to this is the easiest way to double take my hand the least amount of physical effort you can accomplish the same thing with a tractor subsoil or a ripper on a large scale important point is to get air to the subsoil while leaving the topsoil on the top all right this is. This is just forming the rows let's go through a couple of things here. If you want to create our rows so that the center of this row that there's at least 5 feet from the center of this row to the center of the next row OK. That comes from document light or use a lot of things from document light or if you have the room it would be better if you made it 6 feet over here OK. Gives you 3 and a half feet here a walkway and 18 inches here and in between these 2 it's about one foot here and from here to here it's going to be a total of 18 inches there so OK with stakes and string mark the rows you want to create 5 feet apart on center and 30 feet long this you can make any division of that that you want but this is a good example here so we've got 30 feet long foot and a half here to here at 3 and a half feet here so that means 5 feet from the center of here to the center of the next one here. And in in my garden the one that you saw earlier the garden in a box these were 6 feet apart because I have the room and we're replanted the winding plants they were a good 10 feet apart so if you have you need that room they're OK these are these are good 6 feet apart here we're going over here those are 10 feet apart they're. OK forming the rows OK now I double dig I just double dig the rows because if I double dig. And if I did that in the in the walkway that is way too much work for me to do by hand there we do have a tractor with the rototiller on it we don't have a ripper that goes deeper that came there you can see that's all just dug up there now. Dr midnight or saw this he'd turn over his grave. But I put one string down the middle and I just work off of that and it's not as straight in as neat as Dr Mint lighter would like he was a good German man and very. Very precise in his work there OK Rick Rick the soil from the walkways OK the whole thing has been. Tailed and so and this is been doubled the 1st then we rake the soil from the walkways and we put it in here so now what we're doing we're raising. The we have deeper and deeper soil for your plant roots there. A good of a good. Trial is for you to double dig a row and then have one right alongside of it where you just do single digging on it plant the same seeds for him fertiliser same day everything the same and you'll quickly convince yourself that when Ellen White said we should dig deeply and dig often that there are some divine wisdom in there. OK now we have. Seen we have a little berm here and berm here and that's to keep the water and the fertiliser in here as the plants grow so and if you happen do. Your garden happens to be in an area where you get heavy rains and you might get flooded out this is raised and you don't lose your crops OK ducks hold the water and fertilizer and planning bad and helps to eliminate news really helps eliminate weeds there. If you. If you're in an area where it doesn't rain in the summertime then you're weeds are not going to grow in the walkway. So that would be important there. OK amid liars' one of the simplest gardening methods was consistent results but there are 2 different philosophies here one is that we feed the plant the other is that we feed the saw and what we're doing here is feeding the plant with the MID lighter method that's what you're doing with hydroponics also you're feeding the plant you're not feeding saw we get the best results if you feed the soil which means we're feeding the microbes in the life and that soil and they feed the plants that's where you're going to get the best they're OK so here's a lot of things from it liar forming the rose watering system the dikes. And also eliminates most of the weeds there. In a beautiful perfect form produce abundant growth bricks or nutrition is not as high unless ocean water and soft rock phosphate is added best results combine this method with international ag labs soil test and balancing and then Ellen White's deep digging and diluted ocean water with. 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