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Balance in soils

  1. 1. The Missing Link To Restore Electromagnetic Balance For Life In Soils By G. Jordahl Water physiologistDecades ago, before the advent of modern agriculture, everything we planted grew and contained the balancedelectrical matrix Kits mold) that was created.However, modern day agriculture has brought change and to change any component of this so called mold orblueprint of soils cause disharmony in plants and animals,Disharmony transmits disharmony to everything it comes in contact with, from the soil media to the roots andaerial portions of plants for food.Dr William A. Albrecht, former chairman of the Dept. of Soils at the University of Missouri, warned thatgrowing plants and animals on a soil with insufficient fertility due to lack of organic materials major and minorminerals containing an imbalanced matrix or mold would be the cause of poor crop quality and in turn formpathological conditions in animals.Linus Pauling, the only person to ever win two unshared Noble Prizes in the field of Biotechnology also stated,"you can trace every disease and every infection to a mineral deficiency from unequally yoked energy fields."Energies of minerals have been scoured from agricultural sites in the past several decades as assuredly as ifthey have been vacuumed out of a family room carpet.When the pioneer FARMER first began plowing the plains in the U.S. there was more than six feet of topsoilcontaining an abundance of minerals. Today there is much less and most of the base or matrix is gone.There are no silver bullets pertaining to a given product such as a nitrogen source, mineral combos, microbialproduct or growth regulating hormone that can stand by them selves to address all the needed combinations tohelp balance or restore the electrical matrix in the soils.Salt Of The Earth Solutions addresses every faze in obtaining the balance of electromagnetic structure in soilsto even the primary nutrient water to transfer this energy within the structure of plants and animals.This in turn addresses the cause in plant and animal disease and not the symptom.Promotes equal concentrations of energy and fortifies the natural balance of minerals.Increases sugars beneficial for plant insect resistance and neutralizes high salt indexes that retard beneficial soiorganisms. Reduces oxidation of stalks, mulch and organic matter which can be absorbed into the soil andconverted to sugar. Builds soil humus to reclaim toxic soils to stimulate and nourish soil organisms.This in turn encourages the action of micro flora and earth worms to breakup compacted sub areas for moreextensive root development and increases soil water retention.These are the igniting facts of a combo of actions that need to take place to restore health to soils, plants,animals and human beings.
  2. 2. Clark Bio Solids Analysis Report Chris Kessenich Lab#162 test Lab # 163 control Organic Nitrogen .39% .29% /1000 gallons 33.1 # 25.1 # This equates to a 32% increase in organic nitrogen in a 10 day jar test with air injection speeding up nitrification In a large storage would equate between 75-100% more bio available nitrogen in 4-6 months allowing the cycle for more aerobic digestion. And decrease in denitrification, ammonical nitrogen is bound to surfaces of soil particles and cannot move to the roots and must he changed to nitrate by soil organisms that increase nitrification_ If not, denitrification occurs or more off gassing or loss of crop-producing nitrogen. Sulfur .30% .20% This relates to better N:S ratio for beneficial soil organisms diet in the soil to convert to nitrate a beneficial form of nitrogen to the plant Jim Schmitz Lab # 165 test lab # 164 control Total Nitrogen .86% .48% /1000 gallons 72.4* 40.8 * Total Solids 4% 5% This equates to 77% increase in total nitrogen Joe Kessenich Lab # 160 test Lab # 161 control Organic Nitrogen .3% .2% /1000 gallons 25 # 16.4# This equates to a 52% increase in organic nitrogen Sulfur .21% .14% Randy Riedegar Lab # 157 test Lab # 156 control Organic nitrogen .14% .08% /1000 gallons 11.4* 7.2* This equates to a 52% increase in organic nitrogen Sulfur .15% .02% Rick wagner Lab # 166test lab # 167 control Organic nitrogen .22% .19% /1000 gallons 18.6# 15.4# Increase of 21% In large storage would equate a 100% increase

  3. 3. Efficacy of Structured water as demonstrated on numerous Turkey Flocks at Big Stone Colony in West Central Mn. Feed cost is based using same average cost perlb. As is net price paid per lb. of meat.The Structured Water flocks showed a net profit of S.70/bird based Oil lbs_ onmeat paid less lbs of feed fed.Historical control flocks 1,2 &3 compared to test flocks 4,5& 6 in a one year periodat the same location.Control Flocks Test FlocksPoults placed Poults Placed39,800 35,271Head delivered Head delivered35,849 31,807Livability 90.07% Livability 90.18%Total lbs. Feed Total Lbs. Feed3,870,000 lbs. 3,169,000 lbsLive weight lbs live weight lbs1,506,490 lbs 1,313,050 lbsAverage days on feed average days on feed141 days 140 daysADG .298 lb. AD G .295 lb.DOA 127 DOA 63Head condemned 82 Head condemned 63Total DOA & condemn lbs Total DOA & condemn lbs. 25,077 lbs. 23,040 lbs.Net pay weight net pay weight1,481,413 lbs. 1,289,960 lbs. netNet average bird weight average bird weight 41.32 lb, 40,55 lb.Net average feed conversion net average feed conversion 2.612 lb_ 2.456 average lbs feed/bird net average lbs. Feed/bird 107.93 lbs. 99.59 lbs.Average feed cost/lb average feed cost/lb. .1193/1b. .1 193/lb.Ave grower payment/net live lb .4295 .4295Average gross/bird average gross/bird $17.75 $17.42Average feed cost/bird average feed cost/bird $12.88 $11.88Net/bird net/bird S 4.87 $ 5.54 10-07-10 G. Jordahl Water Physiologist
  4. 4. 
 Efficacy of Structured Water as demonstrated on 3 consecutive Brooder flocks along with a complete finish flock at Platte Colony in Central SD.. Feed cost is based on same
 average cost per lb. as is net price paid per lb. of meat. Brooder control Structured Test Birds placed 19,000 3 flocks) 57,000 Average 14 day mortality 1.27% 1.62% DOA 10 7 Days in Brooder 32 30 Average weight 2.8 lb, 2.96 lb Feed conversion 132 1.28 Finish Flock 19,000 Birds placed 19,000 91.49% Livability 85_79% 17,383 Total Head sold 16,299 1.08% Total DOA &. Condemn L85% 678,285 Total Lbs. Sold 723,186 670,988 Net Lbs paid 709,900 136.4 days Days to Market 142 days 1,677,253 Total lbs. Feed fed 1,872,755 2.47 Feed conversion 2.59 ,1217 Feed cost/lb .1217 .53 Price paid/lb meat .53 .2261 Net/lb meat _2089 151,710 Net/flock 148,298 !Note days on feed AdG .3124 .2860 1f days on feed were the same Structured test would have $.36/bird more Giordahl Water physiologist