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The fast growing popularity of the soil remineralizing SEER Rockdust has spread across the North Sea to Sweden.

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Saturday, 29 December 2007 17:03

Remineralize Soils to Optimum Elemental Balance

SeaAgri, Inc. introduces SEA-90, a 100% water soluble, natural, non-synthetic, mined mineral fertilizer approved for use by certified organic farmers is avaiable in North America. SEA-90 is a remarkable new product containing 90+ essential elements.

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We know that "traditionally grown" fruits and vegetables we see in supermarkets are both lacking in vitamins and minerals and have added chemicals from fertilizers and pesticides. These toxic additions in particular fueled the demand for organic produce but did not completely address the lack of nutrients.

Going back in time, our soil was rich with minerals, which found their way into our foods in healthy doses. Mineralized soil grew healthier crops providing the vitamins and minerals we now need to take as supplements. Additionally, hardier plants were capable of repelling insects and other pests that are now a constant and costly threat to growers.

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Thursday, 06 December 2007 02:39

Organic Farming in Kathmandu

Organic Farming in Kathmandu

Winrock International's recent work in Kathmandu is helping farmers go organic and expand their market. The organization, which encourages environmentally sustainable economic development around the world, encourages local farmers to enrich their soil with rock dust.

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Thursday, 06 December 2007 02:36

'The Roots of Health'

Ellen Landauer's blog entry discusses the importance of organically grown vegetables and remineralization as a step towards healthier foods. Her writing focuses on fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome and other health related issues.

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Wednesday, 05 December 2007 09:14

Rockdust Is the New Organic!

Two of the leading Organic Certification bodies, namely OF&G (Organic Farmers and Growers) and SOPA (Scottish Organic Producers Association) have approved SEER Rockdust for use by their members. This means that such benefits as increased yield, pest and drought resistance, improved flavor and higher nutritional benefit can now be realised on a professional basis by the organic movement.

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