Energy, polarities, and the frequencies of the world play a vital part in plant growth and health.
Basic rules: Considering that every mineral needed in plant growth has a polarity and a frequency, would it not make sense that these characteristics play a role in the absorption of the minerals into the plants as well as the availability of the minerals to the plants from its environment.
Considering that every mineral needed in plant growth has a polarity and a frequency, would it not make sense that these characteristics play a role in the absorption of the minerals into the plants as well as the availability of the minerals to the plants from its environment.
- All the elements on the periodic chart have either a negative or positive polarity. Some elements can have both.
- Calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium have positive charges.
- Sulphur and chloride have negative charges.
- Carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen can be either.
- Clay colloids found in the soil are usually negatively charged around the outside, and positively charged in the centre. This enables the minerals with a positive charge to be attracted to the edge of the soil particles. Measurement of the ability for these minerals to move on and off the clay colloids is referred to as the cation exchange capacity.
- Unbalanced polarities will result in tight compacted soil (hardpan, plow pan, lumps, clumps) or loose soil that erodes very easily (dispersed soil that blows or washes away with the first wind or rain that comes along). The mid-point is flocculation where the soil structure is loose, yet attached with spaces between the colloids for air and water movement. Environments like this are ideal for biology to thrive in, and are electrically balanced to allow for absorption of the minerals by the plant.
- Everything on earth vibrates at a certain frequency. These frequencies are important in the absorption of minerals, and the vitality of the plant. Each mineral has a frequency unique to itself. The more in balance the frequencies are and the greater the intensities, the better the plant is able to thrive.
- Energy is needed for all exchanges of minerals on and off the clay colloid.
- Energy is needed for the plants to grow.
- Unbalanced energy in the soil results in displaced soil structure, locked minerals and plants that are unable to draw in the minerals they need.
- Electrical conductivity is the measurement of the energy in the soil or the soils ability to conduct energy.