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Saturday, 22 December 2007 13:05

Andy Lopez, Invisible Gardener

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Andy Lopez, Invisible Gardener

Visit the website of Andy Lopez at InvisibleGardener.com. Andy has a weekly radio show on Saturday mornings at 10 AM PST. Call in to ask questions about remineralization. Don Weaver and Joanna Campe are guests on his "rock dust parties" on his show from time to time.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 12:58

Bob Cannard, keynote speaker at the Acres USA Conference

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Bob Cannard, keynote speaker at the Acres USA Conference

Acres U.S.A. is North America's oldest, largest magazine covering eco-agriculture. The annual Acres U.S.A. conference brings together farmers and consultants from every side of eco-farming to share their experience and expertise. The 2005 Acres U.S.A. Conference, Food as Medicine, Farm as Healer: Producing Crops of Superior Nutritional Density, Innovating and Adding Value on the Farm, Effectively Selling to Quality-Conscious Markets, took place in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 8-10, 2005. (AcresUSA.com)


Saturday, 22 December 2007 12:47

Volcanic rock dust therapy for soil

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Volcanic rock dust therapy for soil

400% increase in rice yields in Malaysia with rock dust plus soil micro-organisms

"Volcanic rock dust therapy for soil", an article in the business section of The Star Online, reports that volcanic rock dust combined with a bacterial based soil conditioner may soon become indispensable in the Malaysian agricultural sector. Robert W. Taylor, chairman of MRD Inc. (M) Sdn Bhd, is doing trials with the Agriculture Department and they have tried it out with rice fields, pineapple farms, and banana orchards with good results.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 12:32

Remineralization on a roll:

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Remineralization on a roll:

Joy Kogias of New South Wales, Australia, has come up with an ingenious product to combat global warming, the greenhouse effect, loss of marine biodiversity and mass extinction. Enviro-Roll Sea Tissue is for use on all ocean going vessels, offshore oil platforms, etc...When used and disposed of in fresh or saltwater environments, the toilet paper, which is impregnated with glacial moraine, nourishes the burgeoning phytoplankton which are a key to stabilizing the climate. Enviro-Roll Land Tissue promotes the growth of land vegetation once used and discarded. She has developed regional specific seed mixes combined with rock dust for use in each country. See her website for more.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 12:27

We Want Real Food

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We Want Real Food is a book that calls for the remineralisation of soil and advocates the use of Rock Dust. It is currently receiving publicity in the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph.

In the past 50 years vegetables on sale in the UK have lost 24% of their magnesium, 27% of their iron and 46% of their calcium. It is time to stop the rot!

The campaign for real food begins with us, whether we shop at farmers markets, organic suppliers or at the supermarkets. We Want Real Food by Graham Harvey sets out what we can do to win the fight back for 'nutrient-rich' food that will stop us from damaging our health - in fact, a fight for real food.

Join the campaign and read more at WeWantRealFood.co.uk.

To order We Want Real Food by Graham Harvey from Amazon and by phone with the Book Service at 01208-2505800.
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We Want Real Food published by Constable on 23rd February 2006.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 12:17

Remineralization Seminar in Norway

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The seminar took place in the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Aas, Norway on March 13th, 2006. The gathering included people from many different institutions and industries to discuss different aspects of rock powder application in agriculture. A report on this conference by Michael Heim can be found in the Forum. Many questions were explored and issues addressed that are relevant to practical application of rock dust worldwide. The Norwegian University of Life Sciences is a leading international centre of knowledge, focused on higher education and research within environmental- and biosciences. UMB focuses specifically on biology, food, environment, land use and natural resource management.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 11:57

Aggregates to Agriculture

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In an exciting new development, the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) is taking great interest in the use of production fines for soil remineralization. Mark S. Kuhar, in an editorial of the April issue of Pit and Quarry magazine, a trade magazine for the aggregate industry, announces the current forming of a National Task Force for Soil Remineralization that will strategize on how to get stone producers together with farmers and nursery operators, "in other words, how to move aggregates to agriculture." Read editorial

To revisit the 1994 Symposium on Soil Remineralization and other articles, click here.


Saturday, 22 December 2007 11:54

An Interview With Bob Cain

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An Interview With Bob Cain

Bob Cain, of SeaAgri, Inc. was recently featured in the November, 2006 issue of ACRES USA, the Voice of Eco-Agriculture. He is part of the minerals-from-the-ocean fertilizer movement and the article is called "Fulfilling Maynard Murray's Dream; Remineralizing Soils & Food via Sea Minerals".


Saturday, 22 December 2007 11:25

Large Market for Remineralization in China

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Large Market for Remineralization in China

Biotech Bodisen, a large organic agricultural fertilizer company in China, was recently named the 16th fastest growing company in China by Forbes Magazine. Located in the country with the largest fertilizer market in the world (US $17 billion per year), Biotech Bodisen markets bio-based, fully degradable fertilizer products absent of manure and waste. They have recently acquired a large quantity of fossilized mineral deposits, which has been integrated into their product line. Bodisen recognizes the importance of marketing products to encourage sustainable soil treatment including the use of rock dust. All of their products are classified as "organic" by the Chinese government, meaning they do not produce crops containing harmful chemicals (however, they are not a USA organic certified fertilizer company). Biotech Bodisen has made incredible strides in making sustainable, ecologically friendly fertilization a profitable industry. They currently hold one of the world's largest agricultural product distribution networks, reaching over 60% of China's agricultural markets, up to 900 million farmers.

To read more, visit their website at www.bodisen.com, or visit the forum and post your opinions on this.


Remineralize the Earth is initiating its first international project in conjunction with John Todd, an internationally-recognized biologist and a visionary leader in the field of ecological design, and Ocean Arks International.