How To Have A Blooming Garden This Year
Plant a seed and have a blooming garden right? Well….it’s not that easy. You can have a bumper crop, and in some cases, even by accident, but that’s like trying to win the lottery. The odds of doing so is slim to none.
For the most part there is a special recipe. If you provide your plants with certain essential elements, most plants will grow in a variety of environments.
Plants basically need: (1) sunlight and depending on the type of fruit or vegetable some plants require full sunlight and others will do fine in shade. (2) Fertilizer, depending on the plant variety ,it will need Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potassium. Hold on Cowboy, if you give a tomato more potassium than what it requires , you will kill it in a heartbeat. Guys when I talk about fertilizers, it doesn’t necessary mean chemical fertilizers. With the right mix you can make an awesome organic compost that will out perform any chemical fertilizer every time. (3) Water, all plant life require water to sustain themselves (and of course grow). Water is used to move or bring nutrients in various ways to and from your plants.
It has been determined that many parts of the USA and other parts of the world that most of the soil is nutrient depleted. This means that the soil does not contain the essential mineral content necessary to produce nutrient rich fruits and vegetables. For the most part , we consume fruits and vegetables that simply do not have our essential vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids in them, which makes a perfect case as to why the majority of the American population is sick with chronic diseases and illnesses.
For instance, let’s take a look at cabbage. Most people will tell you that cabbage is high in calcium. Well, that can only be true, IF, the cabbage was grown in soil that was high in calcium or calcium was added to the soil in which the cabbage was grown in. Why ? because plants can’t produce/manufacture minerals. If they could, we all would be rich. Plants must get minerals from the soil. There is absolutely no way that we can get the calcium necessary to sustain a healthy body by eating cabbage grown in nutrient deficient U.S. Soil. I just talked about one vegetable. Now think about all of the vegetables sold in our grocery stores. Think about your very own garden. If you’re like most people you probably have only added chemical fertilizer year after year after year and you blame the condition of your crop on having a “Black Thumb.” The problem has just been solved. Add minerals to your garden or obtain (consume) the 90 Essential vitamins and minerals. Blooming Minerals will revitalize your soil. So if your soil doesn’t contain minerals, how do you obtain them? You basically have two options:
1. Take your 90 essential nutrients by taking supplements or called supplementation.
2. Add the minerals to your garden’s soil to increase the nutritional make-up of your fruits and/or vegetables.
The human body requires 60 minerals, 16 vitamins and 12 amino acids and 2-3 Essential Fatty acids to stay healthy. This is called the 90 For Life.
According to Dr. Linus Pauling (two time recipient of the Nobel Prize),
“All chronic diseases can be traced to nutritional deficiencies.” What does this mean? It means that when a body is not nutrified properly chronic diseases will develop. Chronic diseases happen due to the simple fact “ It’s not just what you eat that kills you but it’s also what you don’t eat.”
This statement can be proven in the example of a pregnant woman who does not have a nutrified body. Her baby, in most cases ,will be born, bare minimum, malnourished and in most case with some type of birth defect. Scurvy can be cured with Vitamin C. Rickets can be cured with Vitamin D. Varicose veins is due to lack of copper in the body. The list is long, but one thing for sure is that your body needs the essential 90 nutrients.
In 1936 the U.S. Senate report stated that the soil in the USA is mineraly deficient. So if the soil is deficient in minerals that means our fruits and vegetables are deficient in minerals as well because they can’t produce minerals. The minerals must be either present in the soil or placed in the soil. Now if that was the situation or the condition of the U.S. Soil in 1936 (and we know that most farmers do not add minerals to the soil in 2014) what is the nutritional proprieties of the food that we eat today? Now can you see why the majority of the USA population is sick. The USDA has recently said 90% of Americans are deficient in Chrominum. Which is a co-factor that attributes to the high rate of Diabetes, wherein more than 347,000,000 people who suffer from diabetes world wide. Chrominum is a mineral found in the soil or mineral mines.
As a Master Herbalist I am convinced, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that most people today are nutrient deficient (unless they are taking proper supplements) and that especially includes Vegetarians.
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I know I side tracked, but the message is the same. If you want a blooming garden, adding minerals to your soil will help you to achieve your goal. Doing so only will increase your crop production. Your plants will benefit tremendously from having the “secret sauce”.
If you’re going to grow your heirloom vegetables then I highly suggest that you add the minerals to your depleted soil, so take a look at what Bloomin Mineral Soil Revitalizer has to offer and why your fruits, vegetables, and even your trees will benefit from mineral supplementation.
Keep It Growing!