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#124 Full-scale creation of salt into fertilizer through the atomic conversion power of EM

#124 Full-scale creation of salt into fertilizer through the atomic conversion power of EM
#124 Full-scale creation of salt into fertilizer through the atomic conversion power of EM 

With the cooperation of many stakeholders, the multipurpose method of salt utilizing the atomic conversion power of EM that began three years ago has been steadily achieving results. Initially it seemed too incredible a story to be true, so most people have been hesitant about using more than one-third to one-fifth of the amount of salt I discussed.

As a result, quite a few people did not trust my suggestions, and we heard such comments as, “The weeds grew abnormally and weeding was very difficult,” or “The salt fertilized the weeds,” and so on. On the other hand, in successful cases that made proper use of salt, people made such comments as, “I never dreamed that agriculture could be done so easily without any weeds,” or “With this method, anyone can do the ideal agriculture,” etc., praising the utilization of salt.

Prior to this article, in the 124th issue of DND we published an article entitled “A Demonstration Experiment of Making Salt into Fertilizer Utilizing EM Technology.” It is impossible for any expert to have any complaints about this experimental method and results. Atomic conversion relating to salt fertilization by EM is certainly occurring. 
 

Sunshine Farm, an agricultural production corporation, has been transformed into a system centered on activated EM solution with seawater, salt and homemade bokashi made with EM-bred chicken droppings, and they often use about 2 tons of salt per 1,000 m2. (Photo 1)
They also take all possible measures in weeding, and they can reduce the amount to salt by about 50% for each planting. 

Although it is not clear what the limits are for the amount of salt that can be applied, I believe it is determined by the way the energy field is created, and by the targeted yield.

Photo 2 shows the result of conducting EM cultivation for the first time using 1 ton of activated EM solution with seawater per 1,000 m2, 180 liters of rectified smoked charcoal, 150kg of bokashi and 500 kg of salt were applied per 1,000 m2 s a month before planting rice. Here EM rectification barriers were set underground and aboveground. Because of a lack of sunshine this year the harvest in surrounding rice fields was barely 6 bales per 1,000 m2, however using EM salt cultivation they harvested 8 bales of high quality rice as shown in Photo 3.

The Hado wave of white rice is also at the highest level, like an expert who has been working with EM for 10 years. After this, as a fall to early winter treatment, 500 kg of salt per 1,000 m2  is applied, 300 to 500 liters activated EM is sprayed, shallow plowing of 5 to 10 cm is done, which completely suppresses weeds and promotes decomposition of rice straw.

After that, the same treatment is carried out 30 to 40 days before planting rice, and 
Then just ploughing and irrigating the rice paddies, and planning rice seedlings; this method allows direct sowing. 

After rice planting, if you spray 30-50 liters of stock solution of activated EM with seawater per 1,000 m2 twice a month on the leaf surfaces, it will be possible to ward off all insect pests. 

If you repeat this application method, the yield and quality will improve every year, and eventually reaching a harvest where 25 to 30 bales will become a reality, which makes it possible to solve the most basic food problems. The point is to strengthen the barrier power and increase the level of the energy field; also, as I mentioned in the previous issue, a prayerful, grateful attitude toward EM is essential.

Recently I heard many people say that they understand the effects of salt, but that it is hard to spray. If you are going to implement this application method, make sure you make full use of a Compost Caster like the one in Photo 4. Spread 500 kg of salt per 1,000 m2 in two applications as shown in Photo 5. Each application takes only 10 or 15 minutes. In orchards you can use the Fruits Caster as in Photo 6.
 
Photo 4
Photo 4
Photo 5
Photo 5

For Broadcasting Chemical Fertilizer in Orchards!       FC1210

​Fruits Caster

Hopper Capacity 120 liters
Spreads to a Maximum width of 8.0m 

It can be mounted on the carrier of a transport trolley.
Easy operation enables granular and sandy fertilizer to be spread

Chicken dropping agitator
Good for spreading dried granular chicken droppings and the like, which are liable to cause  bridge phenomenon. 
 
Specification

 
           
Model Capacity (L)

Hopper
Machinery Size (cm)

Length x Width x Height
Machinery


Mass(kg)
Engine output


 (kW { PS})
Fuel used

 
 
Maximum Spraying


Width(m)
FC1210 120 1170 x 880 x 730 53 2.1 {2.8} Gasoline 8


If these methods of salt spreading and foliar application of activated EM with seawater (stock solution diluted 20-fold) are used in tandem, pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides will be completely unnecessary. Concrete guidance and accommodation regarding this course of technologies is provided only to those who have become members of the certified NPO corporation United Networks for Earth Environment (U-net)

This structure is designed to correctly use EM, the results designed to improve the environment, protect the health of people, and actively preserve biodiversity. I am hoping that as many people as possible will agree with these aims.

 
(November 17, 2017)
Courtesy of Ecopure

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