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PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2014 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So a really nice summer and a marvelous garden, both gone. i am left with the fruit of the harvest and numbers...

for exemple, i had 81 pounds of tomatoes! Very Happy

and a nice 40 pounds of cherry tomatoes...

120 pounds of tomatoes in all. childrens of the street got a taste... Smile

and for the cucumbers, the lemon cucumbers plant gave 100 cucmbers and the English cucumbers gave 88 cucumbers.

to be honest i have to specify that we ate baby cucumbers. for one simple reason, either 8 inches long or 18 inches long the veggie will hold the same amount of nutrient. super food...

and about the cabbages, the summer cabagges weighted between 5 or 6 pounds while the average is 4.

the kholrabi are heavy weight no less than 10 pounds each, but the bigger was part rotten, my mistake.

we had a huge load of physalis. great healthy food too. although i did not count but got at least three full basket from 2 plants.

we cultivate about 10 to 12 square meter.

i had a great time.

much soothing from the garden.

only 2 orgonite device in the garden and the cb not far...

next year will be more intense.

Grow your food!

Kepp Gifting!

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2014 9:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fantastic report Virgil.

Let me tell you the orgone enhanced tomatoes that were grown in Washington State this summer proved to be sweet and juicy which all the taste testers absolutely loved ... oh and they were red too.

All the tomatoes from the control group were less red, and were sour and not very pleasant at all.


So far every vegetable ever grown using orgonite has turned out bigger, grown faster, and has been much tastier too. Just a coincidence I guess?


Your garden looks awesome.


Well done.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 12:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great post!

Sent Virgil a PM about this and he thought I should post it in the thread... about what to do with all the amazing produce since one can't eat it all while it's peaking and not everybody has the facilities for canning or freezing larger quantities...

I highly recommend anyone to get a dehydrator... since you can truly make the most amazing veggies with it... like sliced tomatoes, tomato powder, dehydrated salsa... cucumber chips... cabbage, okra, zucchini snacks etc... I got one last year and have been amazed at how easy it is to keep the nutrition (use low temperature...) and then you can store everything in jars - it's amazing... If you have not tried cucumber chips you will be amazed at how the flavors concentrate - same with tomatoes... Just a little bit of salt sprinkled on before drying them will make for the tastiest snacks.

Just writing this for inspiration - something to look into... cause you don't really need an actual machine - you can do a lot of it with an oven. I am now dehydrating my own meringues, dog treats and never say no when someone offers me veggies from their gardens Wink Dehydrating yogurt is amazing too...

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 11:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was just recently wondering what to do with all the green tomatoes left over that never ripened. Not really a fan of fried green tomatoes. We have a dehydrator somewhere in the basement.

But dehydrating yogurt...? Question Did I read that right? What does it become when dehydrated? Powder or gel or what...?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kieron wrote:
But dehydrating yogurt...? Question Did I read that right? What does it become when dehydrated? Powder or gel or what...?


Sticky and delicious... you can make it like a fruit roll up (blend with fruit first if you wish) and then spread it out on sheets to dry. I roll them up once they are dehydrated and cut them into bite size pieces - it's like candy for those of us who like something sweet and chewy Wink Greek yogurt works best since it's firmer than most.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I defo will have to try the yogurt, probably with maple syrup. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2014 10:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We go thru buckets of that stuff, like no one's business around here, so I will def have to try it! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great thread! Keep on placing your TB's in your gardens. Don't forget the indoor plants! Gifting trees is awesome too.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Garden season is on!

Cool

this year i am going as much progressive as possible.

crop-cover. either ramial fragmented wood or other type of mulch. one must be carefull some will acidify. i took thuja mulch. the cheapest.





so thats it for the mainstream amelioration. cleaner garden, protection for the living soil and no need for watering, a drought garden...

also i have been pondering about electroculture experiments, i am interested to integrate orgonite into electroculture movement.

think i found a good technique. once again ol Lakhovsky work being real helpfull.

i had read about his work with induction coils installed for plant benefits but i was never made privy to the exact method through lakhovsky books.

the info surfaced on the net, a nice video made by a french man showing how to use the thing.

after installing the firsts circuits it became obvious to me that the coils are interacting with the orgone field and my orgonites.

it is very simple. easily done and damn cheap.

here is a picture of one of the coil/plant unit and a "dynamic duo", polyester and poxy duos of itb i buried in the garden to drive the coils.



the lenght of wire is 36 inches, roughly. the naked strands are pointing north and South, the lower one north and the upper one South.

and the coil is tilted between 30 and 45 % degrees toward the east.

to me these coils are plasma driven and concentrate orgone on the plant stem.

at first i installed coils on only 2 plants after 3 days the difference between the coiled plant and the rest was so obvious we decided to coil the whole garden and ad orgonites to feed the coils.

when looking at the garden it reminds me of the art in the Jetsons comics, with the round shaped antennas and stuff.

i know silly, but it does feel like a garden of the future.

a cosmic orgone engineered garden!

all that Under a nice sky, despite Monsan-toto geoengineering attacks.



i have also undertaken a small gifting experiment over a near Monsan-toto "farming" field.

have a nice day.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very crafty, Virgil.




Thanks for the picture.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2015 11:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My pleasure Sensei.

open source networking is great.

so its been about a lunar cycle since the garden was planted.

here is a pic of the coil-plant unit shown before.



and the front row.



the wood stick i use to hold the coils provide a mesure of the growth.

keep in mind we had a very cold, rainy june.

and the poppy are in full bloom.





new color.

Salut

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 20, 2015 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

time for an update.

i have been deceived!

out of the plants i coiled with lakhovsky method(or so i thought) 3 did not fare well.

after looking out more carefully, it is obvious to me that i struck a chunk of disinfo.

the opening, were the coil happens, is to be placed north with the south side elevated at a 30 degree angle.

most of the plants of the garden did not seem to care. tomatoes are awesome.









despite the setback due to contaminated info and a lack of vigilance on my part, this is great. because most of the growth and success can be attributed to orgonite alone.

really good result already.

sky is nice.



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2015 4:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice poppies, Virgil. I'll send you a recipe for poppy tea. Nothing like a cuppa. (I was known as the Poppy Goddess in an other incarnation)

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 11:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

so a little update is in order.

this shows the garden a week ago, more or less.

the most impressive feature this year are the borage plants, they are like bee's grand central.

the biggest plant of borage grew about 5 feet high before inclining itself to gravity. the stems are very big, like 2 inches in diam.

those plants were supposed to be 20 inches high...







i had my first cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, physalis and marseille's green peppers.

despite the shitty weather, most plants are in advance, most tomatoe plants are about 6 feet high by now.

what i noted up to this point is how the foliage is slightly reduced and while the stem is bigger and there is more flowering sites.

the amaranth is not that bad either, i topped it hope to have more leaves to put in my quinoa soup...



were having colorfull sunsets. many rainbows.



i discovered that one of my cb had been sabotaged, again. the same person, year after year keep ungrounding my cb and rolling the wire around the pipes...

its like its gnawing at them. we'll see how they deal with the new grounding rod, a la Brett.

the only plant that did not fare well are the siberian kiwis or kiwa, after investigation, i planted them in the worst spot ever, will try again

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for the update Virgil.


Your plants look great to me.


I have had wonderful experiences with plants and my findings over the past several years of testing shows the following:

1. accelerated growth (plants grow faster when enhanced by orgonite)
2. increased growth (plants grow bigger, up to 133% bigger for green peppers)
3. better crops (the tomatoes and green peppers taste better ... all crops enhanced by orgonite taste better - : )

Keep up the great work. Remember if you want produce that rocks your world just place the orgonite under the roots of the plant (under ground). Just fantastic consistent growth! Try it yourself!


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