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Home Gardening - Part 4

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 16, 2019
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Father in heaven. Thank you that you're willing to teach us that you're willing to give us wisdom and knowledge and understanding and we sure need that and we ask that your teachers this afternoon thank you Amy. OK We had a question right here about. Raised beds on concrete. OK if you can go to this page in your handouts OK now I've got some raised beds on concrete. And when we do that like that because there's no gophers that can come through the concrete. But you have to have enough soil. So if you if you are doing that I would suggest you have at least 18 inches above. At least 18 inches of soil and then you'll get some good folks there you know you're still not going to get a 100 pounds of tomatoes because a tomato plant can go down 10 feet there in the ground yes I was I didn't think OK how I'd do it. Mine are about this high and in the bottom of that bed. I have a layer of gravel OK And so they can drain through that and then out on to the concrete Otherwise you may have a problem with too much water buildup there but this is just the opposite. They have to make sure in the summertime when it's hot dry have to make sure that. That is watered the out there. OK let's go through this the 1st thing on here is playing by the blueprint a book this is a. Book. That. Basically covers what we're covering today and there are a lot of color photos in this. And at this point it's in a book where we're reworking it so that it will be a bound book there that's not available today so we won't take your money for a bound book today you can even put down that you want it when it's available but you get the book for $15.00. Plenty by there were plenty by the blueprint we're book. Plan copy is $50.00. Open the soil. You have this already this is one of Allen whites this is a compilation of Alan White's writings on agriculture a great book to have. So I go through my copy got it all under wind and seems like on every page there are just great but Tiriel great promises. For us there there's also a couple other books that have been written John Di singer has one. And. Then there's one called Green print that David over Miller put together and they're all good and they're all different. Anyway I use all 3 I'm this is the only one I carry that's that's a $16.00 book and it's available out there if you will on it OK. There's a D.V.D. on tree planting this is one that was made a few years ago. Planting by the blueprint. And if you have this already great if you don't have it you can you can get it you can watch this on the Internet for free you can just watch it if you if you want it it is a $20.00 D.V.D. It's about an hour long there there are some changes between this. Between what we do now and when this was made so if you have this or you look at this on the on the Internet to make sure that you get the update to this what you'll find is that some things disagree. So use the up to date with the things this is if they disagree go what the update is just 2 pages of printed material because of changes in agriculture. And new things that we've learned. An update was it was necessary just one and just as an example when this was made I was saying use. Use cotton seed meal we do not use cotton seed meal anymore cotton seed has cotton has been genetically modified and that wasn't the case back here was the Khan seed was really kind of a waste product and the seed is very high in nitrogen and other nutrients do not use anything that is genetically modified. Besides that. Because Cotton is a food that we plant where we don't eat it. There are lots of poisons put out on cotton and so you don't want that at all the other thing is just and as an example. We used to say take the the air pipe and say we want the air in the ground and so when you see that. Will cover this more tomorrow. On the intrigue lately like when you put an air pipe down in the ground which to say put it in the bottom of the ground bottom that hole you dig this deep only put it in the bottom what we find. Is that the layer of rock we put in there. Is the dividing between the aerobics and the anaerobic. Bacteria there. And so if you put that air pipe in the bottom of the low layer rock you're working against yourself you're putting air down there where we want anaerobic bacteria OK now the anaerobic and heroic both need the same things they both need food and they both basically need the same same foods but one is working without air and from the layer of rock up we're working with air it's the difference between those 2 that makes an electrical charge and helps that plant real changes the electrical field in that planting hole and it makes that tree grow much better so put that layer put that air pipe above the rock and it'll work better for you there. The updates who are in the book and. They are there in here also so if it. If they update disagrees use the update on it. OK then we have a full. Southern half hour class OK. This is this is professionally done and. Most of the talks here I have junk Frank who is the owner of international ag labs has a couple of on here to their good. Talks this is professionally done and edited and so you can. Put this on and you can turn to any chapter that you want if you want to know about ocean water you can go right there if you want to go on the Ellen White trip plenty and go right there if you want to know about. The water canopy greenhouse you could you could go there you don't have to watch the 7 and a half hours this this one I don't have the rights to. It's a $200.00 set. And it's it's very good but I don't have the rights to that this one we. Don't We Do and so if you want this one I can't change that price but if you wanted this one I can give you this one with it and that would be OK. OK the garden in a box is $85.00 and normally I think OK and it's $65.00 here. Refractometer we're going to use this refractometer really use this right away to make this this particular one thing you get these all the way from pretty cheap to. Over $4000.00 this particular one retails for $119.00 and if you want one here I think I have. We could have a total of 4 here. There $90.00 if you want one here you don't need this to tell you whether food is good or not. You don't but it will tell you the bricks are eating. What your tongue will tell you of the food is good or your taste buds will tell you that some. K. O. reading to this is this is a very interesting tool this is. Invented and manufactured by Deron Greenfield and I'm going to take this off no this is not a not and a kid's tool. Most most waiting tools like this and your hand it's your mirror risk it's very very tired so it's like this and and this is to cut in all 3 corners here all 3 sides so you can get very close to. God to a plant and weed with it and it's far easier. Than most weaving tools this this is $30.00 and it's manufactured that we mark by students there so you're helping students and and they're in. By doing this OK Oh I didn't talk about the seesaw yet this is a 2 pound package and. Here at the workshop it's it's $15.00 if you ordered online it's $22.00 there is $15.00 if you forward if you take it home with you here I would like a volunteer volunteer come up OK this is we fact ometer and we're going to squeeze out a better juice on to the lens here and then close it and then you look towards the like. To see what's there let's do this let's see I've got a knife here some place now into Safeway. Last line. And I got a number of things there. OK so let's do til later that's an easy one. And those that are in the green bags are certified organic from Safeway. Those that are in the plane bags are very similar to the sort of white organic but not organic. So we end up paying. Probably about twice as much for the certified organic. Don't get us started cherry tomatoes this is certified organic was quiet 1st. Thing closing this close it up now look through the lens and tell me what you see what he's looking at will be around circle and part of it will be blue or it will be white and then there's a scale alongside of it and we want to read where the 2 come together we want to read what that line says that gives us our bricks reading. Where this is. See this is the organic and it is right about 5 months 5. OK Now he'll go into year hand out to this page. We're treating their. Let's go to tomatoes. They're 2 sheets of it's almost total numbers and what should we be for tell me what are we what 4. Or OK what's average. What is this one Burks $45.00 this is an organic tomato we paid twice as much for it someplace between less than Herridge and a little above 4 there this is a good is 8 you need at least 7 for tomato to begin to taste good and the 12 would be excellent there so let's go to this is the organic one OK this is the non-organic one. I was 3 OK non-organic but it's 3 steward Gannicus again. This is the organic it's just a regular. Roma tomato organic they're. OK so let's see what they were getting now. We should be organic because it eliminates the voice. But I'm showing you that we're going to need far more than organic if we're going to get good food what we have Eric OK 3.9. Were we were less than poor. Organic. OK That was the organic can now we're going to unknown organic 3.8 OK What was the last 13.0. 3.9. No difference no difference why did we pay twice the price for the organic pesticide Yes Yes And that's important but as far as nutrient value we're not getting it OK organic just a large tomato just a large slicing tomato OK what are we measuring we're measuring the density of the nutrients in that plant juice. And usually that that density. Is the Quaid with higher nutrient value. There OK this is $4.00 We got a higher nutrient value off the non-organic there than we did the organic OK now these tomatoes are interesting they're called. Why they're called. This is the organic. Yeah tomatoes on vying and. Used to be that they'd advert advertised ripen on the vine while they were picked green is everything. And while they were travelling to the market their gassed in the truck and then they turn right because of the gas or they turn red because of the gas so yeah they were ripe and on the vine but. The wine was in the truck. I was in the truck. They change their advertising a little bit $3.00 less than. Or even. Organic OK let's go to the non organic see if we have anything different there 3.8 The other was 3.4 right so again the non-organic is a little better still below 4 let's go to. The top of this page where it says Honey do their honeydew melon there. And hang on just a minute here. I gave a seminar somebody's house down the central valley and. Dan Hutton who's here someplace in the building today. And. Voice is not coming through. I gave a gave the seminar down the central valley somebody's house. Anyway Dan was. He was a hard customer because he is degree and in college was agriculture and I kept telling he tell it kept tell me he wasn't getting the results he wants now he's been a professional farmer he's close to my age. In a professional farmer for a lot of years there and. He didn't want to try this. His ideas in there particularly the ocean water salt sea didn't like that idea at all but anyway funny convincing that he ought to try it at least you know on. On a small basis there. So he grew honeydew melon and what to say an excellent is on there was the top of the 14 OK and then called me up and he was so excited he said I'm getting honeydew melon at 1516 and 17 there and I said well hey I'm having a soon seminars not too terribly far from your house is I'll be there I'll bring some melons So there are about 35 people in their group. And so we cut up some melons and passed it around to people there there are 3 people in the group has said no I don't like honey do relatives there all 3 of those people said oh I could like honeydew melon this takes the Yes Yes And everybody I think there agreed that it was absolutely the best honeydew melon that they'd ever tasted now we regularly get honeydews at 1516 and 17 we had someone on garden this year that way anyway off the scale and you can do that in your own garden it does take complete nutrition and some of the ocean water there to have that great flavor there. OK Let's try let's try a grape see if we got anything better here what to say. A table grapes should be between 8 and 20 OK. Good or 16 OK let's see what we've got there oh honey 2.2 you. 22.4 and I tasted it and it's good it's sweet. Eric says it's good to be that the grape is more right than the other fruit if we had green fruit it would not be as sweet. But it's the variety that has more to do with it they're. OK let's try to saline tendering here getting me didn't you sorry Eric OK let's try to. OK what is a tangerine orange and their average is 12 we were point so we were about average then again that's just a grocery store. Thing there thank you Rache. OK We want to get into year round gardening maybe a greenhouse do it yourself backyard greenhouse and screen House greenhouse combo simple who piles is and then the water canopy greenhouse so we want to get into all of these things I was up in the youth the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and giving a seminar there. And the place where I was giving the seminar. The 1st the 1st day that we were there we know who this is a workshop so we have some power point like this inside and then we go outside and actually do what we're talking about so we went out we planted a bunch of plants there and frost was supposed to come in that night and it did but we covered all those plants with a 5 gallon buckets so they wouldn't get frosted next morning sure enough everything was frosted out but our plants were protected that was the last frost of the season on there so that kind of gives you an idea there now. There were 2 different men in the audience both were doing the same thing not knowing that each other was doing this they were both eating out of their gardens they were both. Eating carrots and beets and turnips and you know retyping vegetables out of their garden. And hey the ground freezes 56 feet deep there. So how did they do that is if you're if you're ground is frozen and you can't dig a carrot out of it. What they did both of these men were doing the same thing they would grow those things and in the summertime so you've got to grow a winter garden in the summer and some into the fall and they have a short growing season compared to us here. Before the hard frost when it's going to get the 1st little frost before the ground freezes. You cover that area with maybe this watch leaves and dry A leaves or dry straw not hey hey is full of weed seeds OK so dry straw or dry leaves cover the whole area then you covered with a tarp of water proof OK And now you put bricks around the edge or something so he doesn't fly away in the next wind and now the winter comes the snow comes and. As long as you keep it dry. You see there's there's heat in the ground. And. The surface of the ground who will heat up and cool down the most and then a little less and little less and a little less as we go down to about 5 and a half feet deep from 5 and a half feet deep down the ground is at a constant temperature now. Up there I think it's probably about 52 degrees or so constant temperature there so long as we've got this insulating layer above and no water coming in we get water and it destroys the insulation OK so now you denounce winter and snows this deep out there you go out and you get rid of this snow shovel it all because of that TARP and you dig down and the ground is not frozen and you can have carrots and beads and rock and vegetables all winter long both of these men were just finishing up last year's crop as the 1st frost was coming in here OK The only way we can we get into the soil is if it's not frozen if it's frozen you're on the lock there so some of that layer of insulation is what did it was just strong or leaves and then covered over so no water would get in there and you could do that now and that's. That a previous winter they had temperatures they had a week I think where every day the temperature was 30 degrees below 0 or lower for a whole week there as I drove around through that part of the country I saw lots of trees that were supposedly. Native to that area that had been killed wide by the previous years from us so you can have some pretty good good results if you do it right OK so let's go on to. The Omega greenhouse the overhead of. Mega greenhouse OK this this avoids the typical greenhouse problems what are they sun comes up and it gets too hot right you walk into a greenhouse doesn't matter if it's the middle of winter it's too hot you park your car truck in a parking lot in the middle of winter. It's sunny day and you come back and it's hot right that's because of the greenhouse principle the sun comes in light comes in strike something and it turns to heat the heat energy can't escape as fast as the light can come in and we have that build up. In the mega greenhouse and my house. The day before we left ahead we had a sunny day and I went out there and was $120.00 degrees at the top of the greenhouse have an arranged so that we catch that heat and use it but. We use that principle. OK. So it's too hot when the sun shines it's too cold soon as the sun goes down the temperature drops to almost the outside temperature just a few degrees above the outside temperature why because this is not insulated today we just read even if you have double pane or whatever. Here he says just going out there is a tremendous energy way Syrian heating and cooling and then we have a build up of chemical fertilizers and salts in the soil and the build up of mold and diseases from too much immunity so we have all these problems in a normal greenhouse there letter fact as you're driving through the country. And you see green houses big or small. Observe and you find that most green houses are empty they're used as extra storage. Too many too many problems for that. So let's go on. OK this is designed and engineered to be warm warm during house in the winter and it's designed to be cool in the summer extremely strong it'll withstand winds up to 90 miles an hour. Hold 40 pound snow load per square foot and could easily that could easily be increased if we need to force extreme conditions lightweight. The side of the earth panels are easily taken down and stored for summer just as easily reassembled when the. Cold weather threatens OK now there is a. An Omega greenhouse on the left. And then this is just simple who pounce here OK. So we create a 3 foot deep area for the entire floor of the greenhouse In other words we are doing the Ellen White planting method in that greenhouse so if we're digging down 3 feet deep that's the perfect time to install. Air circulating system so that we put the heat we're going to take that $120.00 degree heat we're going to put it down into the ground OK and it's going to come up at night and on cold and overcast days there with 0 to go over wire in the whole thing so that we don't have go 1st in there and you don't want gophers or or any type of mice in there. We lined the side with foam insulation This is foam insulation that will not absorb any water if it is going to absorb water you're going to lose the insulation value of that so. We put that on the inside we put it on the outside than mice and other. Critters will come in and kill it and even the chickens will come up and. Put a hole in it OK we'll line a hole with foam insulation board supported with the to cement block wall wood or Hardy board or staple the cloth to the outside of the wood in order to deter Iran so rodents. Line the walls with insulating foam and fill the soil in in layers. In the Ellen White planting method that's we're going to go through that tomorrow and you've got got it in there your hand out also here OK there's the L O Y planting with it so in your hand out and you want to use those different layers this. This layer and this layer are almost identical This is your layer of gravel in here above that you want to put that air pipe going to put maybe a loose rock on either end so that air is down here but you don't but you want to be able to get into the soil there OK this is an area of just plain topsoil here now the tree is going to go on top here and the soil and the soul is very similar we have way for the tree we have a tree guard that we have a layer of. Of minerals here and compost and and this is a moment there OK we'll go through that. Tomorrow but let's go on here OK. Before injury even a 3 inch french drain pipe is placed on that layer of gravel and goes back and forth about 2 feet apart and. One in we're going to take that and go right to the very top of the greenhouse because that's where hot air is going to go right 120 degrees up there summertime Lee's a good 160 degrees there so one goes from the other and after goes through the pipe comes out of the opposite end of the greenhouse a few inches above the ground level OK means you've got to tie something around the top of it so as you're working on this greenhouse you don't get dirt in there because then it would clog it up there and this will provide. Heating and Cooling. And air to the roots and the microbes remember the more air we get to our plant roots without throwing it out the faster those plants are going to grow. OK Here is an example this was built in Brownsville California and this was a big hole here was dug out with the tractors then the foundation went in there's one end of that pipe this one is going to go Claire to the very top there's the other end of the pipe right over there. So the air is going to go down through that. OK Now make sure that you measure. Exactly if you were to get one of these the factory will give you the exact measurement to the inch and the 8th of an inch even make sure that it's is done right there also as you work on this now this is all been filled in this is 3 foot deep so here. When you do that make sure you put down plywood something so that you don't. Compact that soil we go to a lot of trouble to get air into that song and make it light don't walk on it here it's going to compact the soil OK you're reporting the sites up. And there's one missing that's the one in my yard they're. OK Now let's talk about another principle here OK before before the plant in the past history of this world. There was a time when everything grew much bigger and much more vigorous and without disease. Now. Today. This is a 6 foot tall man and let's say that we made him a 12 foot tall man this is 12 foot tall and over there but we only doubled his weight he'd be the skinniest ugliest stick land on Earth. OK So we have to do the math and we know we can do that and when we no see we were told that Adam was more than twice the height of men today and well proportioned so when we make this twice as tall and well proportioned we end up. With a man that weighs more than $2000.00 pounds. More than 2000 pounds that's that's 10 times what a big man weighs today right on the side of Mt arrow at a tomb was discovered it's called known as tomb we don't know whether that's no law or not we do know that the man in that tomb was 12 feet tall and well proportioned it was probably no or one of his sons and there somebody from before the flood there. This shows a shocking difference between the size and proportion of men before the flood and today. Everything grew healthier and more vigorous and without disease is it possible is it possible that if we. Created some of those conditions that existed before the flood. That we could recapture some of these benefits today. This is another interesting one this is by proportion this is this is the wrong as Noah's Ark 515 feet long that's taken right out of the Bible from the books of Moses. And today the largest tree that we have is 379 feet tall this is a tree over in the coast grow in the redwood tree and Northern California. That's the largest tree that we know beautiful tree and I've been there and seen it there. Before the flood it sent trees many times bigger there. This tree is so huge here I have no idea where this is true or not but Noah could have cut one tree down and made to make the ark out of it. All right oh this is a a 24 foot long Let's call that a double wide mobile home or 24 foot wide home there that gives you a proportion there tremendous tremendous difference here this is just 51 feet tall here by 115 feet they're. All right we're going to look at this shade tree. This is this is what a big shade tree would look like today 85 feet tall. This would be a shade tree that would cover about an acre and this is what trees grew like before the flood here is that same $24.00 foot wide hole and there's a 6 foot man alongside in there the water canopy greenhouse then God said I'm going to Genesis 16 and 7 Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters and let it divide the waters from the waters God made the firmament and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament and it was so. There's no water above. The firmament today there might be a little bit in the air but there's none of the firmament all of these things fit together perfectly. There's a great what is high pressure low pressure. Low pressure. If we had a layer of water above the air and it. Encircled the whole earth and when. We have gravity it would press down on our atmosphere so the whole world would be in high pressure constantly would be able to rain or not Couldn't rain see those wise men before the flood they said this old man no is out of his mind still it's impossible to rain they're absolutely right they just encounter God dropping that water canopy there. OK So we have worked on this of all of my favorite. Subjects and worked on this to make it to make that water canopy a reality we now have actual. Architectural drawings that we can build this from there let's see OK this is a concept here let's say the dream is that we would eventually build houses with water canopies attached. Water and hot air go up cold rocks so this would be the south side of the house where the sun is shining and so as this heats up the water goes up in empties into a big tank on the north wall of the greenhouse that means of the the coldest water in the bottom of the tank now goes over here and you don't need any pumps just the sun to make that go around don't need any pumps at all this is the ground prepared the Ellen White method Here's the layers of rock and here's the air pipe above then. There are all kinds of benefits that could be had with this we'll see if we have anything else here OK. In. Nantz bend is a Tennessee western Tennessee. One of these was built so temperature there depth of 6 feet pretty constant at $55.00 degrees there you can see the snow on the outside and it was this was Calvin densest Greenhouse one of them. And they called us that ever got inside was about 42 degrees I think. That is I realized that he was building this I called him made friends with him on the fall and I would keep the record I would call in at least every 6 months and talk to him and say what about this what's happening in OUR keep records on this. This is 37 feet across you can see that it is not in a good area lots of shade on that greenhouse when you make a greenhouse put it where you're going to have sunlight OK Another thing is that he didn't put any covering above the water try to get him to do that he said all can't do that this is a foot deep of water there well the. Leaves were dropping there came easily some ducks would come in and swim so that had to be cleaned out every now and then and here's a picture in the inside. And oh I was in Honduras and somebody got weed from the wonderful pie is none G M L And just some of the sweetest applies I've ever eaten so this was a few years ago and I did what you're not supposed to do I drag some of that seed and I brought it home in one pocket. You can do that today he would get away with it there but I sent doctored some of it and he planted these little pea pots with it in January he put some on the back of his refrigerator to a little warmer inside on the back of the refrigerator when he got warm enough he planted 3 in the greenhouse and he planted 10 on the outside garden I called him in June and said they cal and I was Popeye of plants doing he said all they're doing while we support 3 the greenhouse and the potato outside he started to tell me about the 10 outside they're all about this high and a good color and he was so pleased with them so no cal would tell me about the 3 put in a greenhouse Oh he said they're each sex and 7 feet tall and covered with $72.00 little green papaya as you can see em in here 72 little green papaya it's there. Again a tremendous difference in growth there and we can get that we've done that we've done a number of different experiments and we can we can do that. Again here. OK now that water canopy greenhouse you just saw. It was hard to clean. And Dr Hans had to get up there and sweep it out and hose it out whatever every so often and he just had plain cheap plastic clear plastic up there held up by cement wire you know the stuff we put in a concrete driveway there so he had that staple up there and of course that would be hard to clean one time he said he decided to use a colossal silver with the idea that it would that maybe that would take care of the algae and so when he put that in everything turned bright red. Anyway so so he decided to build another one this one was out of brick cement block and now he sweat and salvage some big sheets of plastic from a store that they were. Tearing down in town and so he would take these big. Sheets of glass actually and it would have to go here and half here and half there and half here and have the area see it put in there just go right. Again he put a big piece of plastic now on the bottom of that and then up over the side and now I feel that with with water well this time because of the glass the only put 4 inches of water not a foot like we had before only 4 inches of water still worked did not work quite as well as when we had a foot of water that. Now when he was well into his eighty's he was up there cleaning it and you see he's got 3 little windows on the side and on the far side the whole thing opens up as a big door there also on the far side he had a big. That piano. Henges took his hook to a Big Board and so he could unhook those and drop that and for a few minutes he had a Nagra falls dropping off the other side and then because this is license and and smooth it was much easier to clean it get up there and just hose it down there well but he had to walk on these boards. That he had up there one day while into his eighty's later he's he was walking up there cleaning and he slipped and he fell and fell through broke the glass. He it was. Believed a natural methods and he didn't break any bones he fell into the into the soil down below but he got burst himself so often said Boy I can't do that I cannot do this anymore and took that out of there took all the glass took all the water out and then he did a polycarbonate which was you know the start of a greenhouse Well polycarbonate greenhouses are what the most expensive greenhouses are made of today and then he called me. In the summertime and said wait I can't believe this said. It's a 160 degrees in here and all those windows are open and the door on the lower end is his wide open and this thing is half sunk into the ground you can see how it sunk into the ground he thought well that'll help to moderate the temperature he said it's 160 degrees and here you people who have greenhouses now you're shaking your head you know you know 160 degrees there because of the greenhouse principle so anyway. Well then in the winter he called me back. And at that time he said Lent I'm losing my mind he said when I left the greenhouse last night I was sure that I closed everything up tight he said I came back this morning and everything was dead everything had been frozen overnight sea previously 42 degrees was the lowest temperature it ever got in these greenhouse he was used to the water protecting him no. With that water to know. Everything. 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