Saturday, January 9, 2016


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Global Quote of the Week

Quote of the Week
UN Says Organic Farming Can Feed World, Save Climate
"Governments and international agencies urgently need to boost ecological farming techniques to increase food production and save the climate."

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Aeroponics Video

Aeroponic systems developed under NASA grants for organic aeroponic foods using BEYOND All Natural Plant Amendment and aeroponics - Video courtesy Denver Ch7 News. Visit

Thursday, April 2, 2009


FULVIC ACID is the acid radical found in humic matter, which is soluble in alkali, acid, methyl ethyl ketone, and methyl acid. Fulvic acids provide multiple and natural chemical reactions in the soil, thereby instigating and stimulating unique and positive influences on plants metabolic processes. Below is a summary list of the unique functions of fulvic acid

Monday, March 30, 2009

Unfortunately Man Can Not Live by Food Alone

PureFulvic Trace Minerals & Elements
Colloidal Minerals

"It is bad news to learn from leading authorities that 99 percent of the American people are deficient in minerals, and that a marked deficiency in any one of the more important minerals actually results in disease. Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack of one or another element, no matter how microscopic the body requirement may be, and we sicken, suffer, and shorten our lives." Senate Document #264 of the United States Congress, 2nd session, 1936.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Evolution of Agriculture

In pre-Columbian North America, food production ranged from simple hunting-gathering to sophisticated agricultural techniques. One practice in the American southwest was the planting of the three sisters; beans, squash, and corn. When planted together, the needs of all three crops were effectively balanced. Native American agriculture had a rich diversity of crops such as corn, tobacco and potatoes, which were introduced to Europe.