Bougainvillea before remineralization.
Bougainvillea six weeks later.
For the last four years I have been spending a few months every year at a healing center in Brazil during the winter and rent a house with a lovely garden. Last year a friend, Walter Schroth, who has an inn called Pousada Caminho Encantado very close by, became an avid remineralizer and has remineralized hundreds of trees. This trip he offered me some rock dust that he gets from the local quarry, a quite finely ground bluish basaltwhich looks ...
My husband John and I couldn't be happier with our brand-new garden this year! It's not very big, but it supplies all the produce that we can possibly use. The vegetables are amazing and we give away basketfuls each week. This spring when we were just starting to dig up the soil, Dan Kittredge and Roshni Prabakar told us about using various rock dusts and humate. We are absolutely delighted with our incredibly big and tasty 17" cucumbers (10 to 12 of them each week, 3 inches in diameter), 2 1/2-inch diameter "cherry" tomatoes (no one ...
August 9I met Joanna Campe at the NOFA Conference 2008. I use Azomite in my garden along with my compost and have no need for fertilizers.
August 11After producing well over 100 cucumbers, they are still producing these. This picture is asparagus, carrots, gourd and onions. All of which are totally disease free and insect free and absolutely chemical free.
Fairmont, West Virginia
An Apple Tree Story
Once upon a time, on a farm not too far away and not very long ago, there were five very old apple trees. Sadly, they had no apples. They had not had any apples for many years; no one knows how many. One tree was very tall; one was very wide; three were dwarfs. The first dwarf tree stood next to a forsythia bush which was too tired to put out any yellow flowers in April. The second dwarf tree would have had a lovely shape if it had had anyone to prune the suckering branches. The third dwarf tree ...