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Many studies and personal anticdotes portray the benefits of Eartheart 18-16-9 soluble plants food on our website. Equally, much more is displayed about energized water units named Energy Water. Our attempt here is to tie them together with ribbons of detail, scientific data, photos and answers.

Beginning in October of 2010, our staff and their many friends documented activity in home gardens, orchards, field crops and indoor herb gardens. The idea is to compare any advantages, or disadvantages, of using both materials together.

Mr. Len Nelson owner/founder of Eartheart Naturals and inventor of Greenscape Buddy Fertigation Equipment, natural soluble plants food blends and tree doctor in Minnesota’s North Country teamed up with the inventor of equipment that energizes all water. These two extraordinary men teamed up to offer many solutions for home production of foods, human, animal, bird and fish handicaps.

Len had observed dramatic responses from the application of his soluble nutrition program with trees. His company employees mixed 18-16-9 plants food in tap or lake source water then fed trees by root flooding and/or foliar spray onto leaves, needles and flowers. 18 years passed by with many rigorous winters in MN lakes country. Len noticed a big difference in the trees health by folks in town who had tried to feed their orchards, shelter belts and wild homestead with pound in fertilizer stakes, Miracle Grow or even lawn fertilizer compared to his nutrition program.

Why did trees on Eartheart look so much better???

Could it be that Eartheart has every mineral, every vitamin, enzyme and even calcium?

All the trees he compared lived in every harsh winter. The trees downtown fed with Eartheart that are between the curb and sidewalk received especially rough treatment from bubblegum on branches, soda pop poured into the root area to coffee, ice cream to doggie pee. The list goes on, car bumper attacks, heart carvings in bark by lovers, electric Christmas light ornamentation and possibly the worst of all, road salt!!

Len thought about road salt each winter. He knew salt was deadly for trees. The amount of pounds or maybe tons, placed on the downtown trees did not seem to be a bad thing for “his trees”. In other areas he watched tree removal crews replace curbside trees with “salt tolerant” types. Some of those varieties lived only 5 years. Sad, he thought of the waste of time, money, beauty and even fresh air. Len called his organic chemist who helped develop the 18-16-9 plants food and discussed the road salt bath to trees. As they talked, Len related the dozens of factors that help trees grow great like pH, water, sunshine, organic matter, mycorrhizae, sap pressure, energy flow and living cell memory.  They agreed that soil sodium (salt) and chlorine in tap water were bad. They also agreed that Eartheart 18-16-9 may help build a sort of protective shield of negative ions around the roots through electrochemistry and electromagnetism.

Each told stories of better activity after the plants food flowed through the Energy Water on its way to feed trees and gardens.

The organic chemist talked about a neighbor gardener, “Mel”, who had started growing food 3 years ago. Mel had planted blue and russet potatoes, sweet potatoes, red stubby and standard carrots, pumpkins for Jack-O-lantern carvings and green stripe pumpkins for meals, 3 types of squash, 5 kinds of tomatoes, slicers, cherry, pear, roma and golden sweet, corn and ground cherries.

Mel had dirt that wasn’t good. It was gray colored clay, had big rocks and was dry. Mel and the neighbor had talked over the fence about how the dirt was pretty much the same in the valley where they lived. Mel noticed the difference between his dirt and the chemist neighbor’s soil. His soil is dark colored, easy to rototill, still has rocks but holds water all day long in hot summer days and actually smelled good.

So Mel asked, “How in the heck did you get that dirt? Did you haul in top soil??” His answer surprised Mel because it was long yet clear and easy. They worked together on a dirt rehab plan. Starting with a pH test, Mel got a pH meter at the local greenhouse nursery for $9. His dirt tested 8.1 while the neighbors’ tested 6.9 pH. It seemed close enough until he saw a chart that showed how plants can take up, or eat, nutrients in a correct pH range like 6.4 to 7.0..

Water also can raise pH because of minerals and man-made chemical in it. Most home and garden tap water in the USA has a pH range of 7.9 to 8.6. City water and many rural water supplies had chlorine (like bleach); fluoride and a host of other chemicals that are put in before pumping to your kitchen sink, shower and garden hose. The chemicals are made from the same oil that is refined to make gasoline or diesel fuel. It’s named petro-chemical and synthetic. Adding petro’s to natural water does several things. Most importantly it cancels waters powerful energy while mixing bacteria killer and tooth protector. These chemicals raise pH. The flowing creek water a few miles from Mel’s garden has a pH of 7.0, called neutral. Fish can live in it, birds drink it shore plants and trees benefit from it. (A good book to read about water is “Planet Water” by Steve Hoffman.)

By now Mel had a pretty good handle on pH and chemicals made by man from petroleum oils. He put his garden in full sunshine by a chain link fence so the cucumbers and summer squash had a place to climb up.

With his neighbors help, he mixed in organic compost that had been grass clippings, tree leaves and food scraps like lettuce, old milk, fish guts (he loved to fish) and left over veggies.

Mel learned that homemade compost added “organic matter” to his dirt and it made tiny air holes for roots, earthworms and mycorrhizae. Mel got an organic matter (O.M.) test kit from Eartheart Naturals website. He checked his dirt every time he added compost. It started out at less than ¼ of 1 percent and got better during the season. (A real good O. M. level is 4%.)

They joked about the organic matter carbon cycle being about like a motorcycle wheel. The bike wheel goes round & round and the carbon cycle goes round & round too. With a motorcycle you move ahead through the air, and with the carbon cycle the air moves through the dirt.

Mel already had seeds and a dozen started tomato plants from the local nursery.  He was all happy about the different kinds of food he planned to grow in summer. He had radish, carrot, potato and bush beans, tomatoes, squash and pumpkins. He showed each to his neighbor who said “Cool, anything that grows food below the soil surface like radishes, carrots and potatoes eat a different type of mineral plants food than veggies that produce food above the soil like beans, tomatoes, squash & pumpkins.”

Then autumn of 2011, the un-thinkable awesome happened. The raised bed plants of tomatoes and squash got a 24 F freeze all night. There was no breeze, no covers, no protection at all. Lucky the Energy Water didn’t freeze and break Mel thought!! The next day by noon the squash leaves looked a little dark colored, but overall pretty good.  The tomatoes looked terrific just like nothing ever happened. Two days later they blossomed!!! Mel could hardly talk when he showed them to the neighbor. They tasted some pear cherry tomatoes that were ready to pick and each was as tasty as before the frost.

Why did this happen??? Freezing cold usually stops a plant. These tomatoes and squash must have had enough energy and nutrition together to keep growing. Mel’s neighbor called Len Nelson and relayed what took place. After Len heard it he said, “The Energy Water kept the plants alive!!!”

Yep, putting nutrients through the Energy Water unit amplified everything.
It’s like 1 + 1 = 3. Food is 1 and tap water is 1 and adding energy you can’t see equals 3.
Energizing the tap water to a high energy level and supplying root friendly food nutrients to the mycorrhizae did the improbable.

They talked over mycorrhizae (microbes) and what they really do in soil. Len said the Te’ Amo’ pebbles on his website have 90,000 dormant (asleep) microbes that get put next to seeds or transplants. The seed germinates with help from moisture and sunlight, to send little baby roots out looking for food and more water to drink. Te’ Amo’ microbes actually talk (communicate) with plant roots to find out what the plant needs. Then they scurry around in the dirt to find iron or calcium to deliver back to the roots.

It is sorta like a waitress at a café. Let’s say the customer is like a plant root, they tell a waitress what they want to eat and she goes to the kitchen to get it from the cook then brings it back to the consumer (root) for eating. Sometimes it takes a few minutes if the food is ready, like soup or salad. And sometimes it takes 30 minutes or more to prepare food like steak, chicken or fish. It is the same with microbes. They have to prepare (process) some minerals to get them ready for the plant to eat.

What microbes do in the soil seems complicated to us but it is really simple for them, this is what they do. Microbes don’t get gratuities or tips from roots like a waitress would from eaters. Te’ Amo’ microbes get a charge out of delivering food to a root. It truly is a static electricity bump or transfer that they use to build towns or communities in soil. They can’t use money, don’t need it, and work for free.

In any soil rich with O. M., minerals and vitamins there are 100’s of millions of microbes working hard to feed plants, help the carbon cycle function and hold moisture. Now we know why thousands of home gardeners and field crop growers get more vegetables, fruits, nuts and berries that have solid calories, great nutrition and easy to digest nutrients.

Note: There is an easy way to see if the plant is getting everything it needs, by     Brix test. Aggressive wine makers have used Brix tests for almost 80 years to     find out how much sucrose (sugars) is in a grape before harvest. A correct Brix     level helps them decide when a grape berry is ready to ferment into wine.

In the 1950’s Dr. Carey Reams found that Brix readings of citrus leaves can show     how much mineral came up from the roots through tree sap and into oranges     and leaves. Over his 30 years of tests, Reams put together a chart for several     popular plants.
If folks could test during their crop season would be another look into the plants     needs. (See this chart on Eartheart Naturals website)

Earthearts staff has compared the readings of the Energy Water unit alone and     the blending of Eartheart 18-16-9 Plants Food in Energy Water energized water.     (see article on website.)

Len went on to the subject of soil differences; possibility of contamination, like salts;  sterile and dead; and near loss of energy.

No matter what, us humans are tenants on this earth.

For a few hundred years man – kind has screwed up his home.
Polluted the air; salted farm soil; took salt out of the oceans and contaminated drinking water.

Let’s give man a chance to fix up the mess !!!

He can do it because everything he needs is still here, it’s always been here, man just mixed it up a lot. Every single drop of water that has ever been on earth is still here.
Some water is frozen, some is underground in aquifer ‘tanks’, some is mineral salted in ocean ‘pans’ and some is in the clouds waiting to rain.
Same for dirt and sunshine – it’s all still here.
Man can fix things – it’s really meant to be !!!

Humans on earth can be compared to home renters. Most people rent with the plan or idea to make sure the place is in great shape when they move on. A few spill on the carpet, break windows, leave leaking faucets and generally trash their home. These only think about the rent deposit of money paid to move in, and if they don’t get it back, so what!

Our planet doesn’t charge ‘money’ to live here. Our earth trusts us to re-build our messes and help Mother Earth recover to what has always been here.

The conversation went around to curb side trees and the road salt baths. In our own little way the mix, of Eartheart foods and Energy Water, is re-balancing the soil skin of planet earth. With solar action from sunlight triggering the trees, dormant bud cell memory can cancel the road salt contamination and fight off disease.

Electro chemists know of minerals that can switch places with each other. It’s sorta like dance partners at a wedding reception. Bride and groom get to dance with each other as well as mom’s & dad’s, grandma’s & grandpa’s and family & friends. Everyone is excited and having fun. People looking at the dance crowd can feel electricity in the air.

When a chemistry observer sees salt exchanging positions with calcium, there is also an electric reaction. When one type of salt, sodium carbonate (Na2Co3) is mixed up with calcium sulfate (CaSo4) in water or dirt, they switch places until the calcium is with the salt instead of the sulfate.

Here again, it is sort of like our happy bride, Mary Calcium, leaves her Grandpa Sulfate and goes to dance with the 6 year old Sammy who steps on her toes and snags her wedding gown.

In the mineral chemistry world, this now reads as Na2So4 and the precipitate CaCo. Precipitate is a fancy word for drops out. When that same bit of calcium sulfate mineral is in dirt next to a tree root, it would be called unavailable and the tree couldn’t use it for quick food.

During the writing of this report it occurred to the manufacturer to record millivolt readings of many mixtures of Eartheart Naturals 18 – 16 – 9 plants foods applied through Energy Water.

If electrochemists see minerals switching places; microbes getting an electric charge from a plant root; and the sun raining energy on to plants leaves – could anyone find this current.

Using common digital equipment, I.D. # 9714 1056, calibrated by AO on 12-9-2012, the results showed significant differences.

Lab staff replicated each reading 5 times and supplied averages.

Tap water . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.021
Energy Water energized . . . 0.023

Tap water with 46% urea . . . . . . . . .0.001 ( blends @ 5 ml. in 3 liters H2O )
Energy Water with 46% urea . . . . . . . 0.020

Tap water with 18-16-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0.030 ( blends @ 5 ml. in 3 liters H2O )
Energy Water with 18-16-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.042

After many hours of testing, re-testing, talk and comparisons, everyone agreed they had an “ Ah Ha” moment.

They could actually measure a kind of energy coming from Energy Water 18-16-9!!!