Organic Gardening and the Use of Quantum Generator Technology Harvests Great Results! by anamaulida


									The Quantum Generator Technology is an applied science that has truly
amazing results in the area of organic gardening. The scientist who
developed the 'machine', called a Quantum Generator, is David Sereda. The
machine is located in Sedona, Arizona, which is where several organic
gardeners are testing and evaluating the stones and liquid mineral
concentrate that are infused by the Quantum Generator. The Quantum
Generator has the ability to infuse certain frequencies directly into the
crystalline structure of stone permanently!In the process of research and
development of using the Quantum Generator for use with the wearing of a
jewelry pendant for health and healing, just plain ordinary rocks as well
as semi-precious quartz stones were infused and experimented with to see
how plants would respond as well as other applications in the organic
garden. Also a special organic mineral and live effective micro-organisms
liquid concentrate was infused with frequencies by the Quantum Generator.
The results were, to say the least, ranged from very good to down right
amazing!One area of research was in the creation of all by hand processed
organic compost. What I mean by, 'all by hand' is no equipment was used
other hand tools, i.e. shovel, rake, pitchfork, etc. No power tools or
tractors. The difference between good compost and really great compost is
in the results of how well the plants grow and produce fruit.There are a
number of products on the market today that can be used as a 'compost'
starter. Some are good and some are not so good. Generally the chemical
based compost starters are the not so good. Remember, it's in the results
of the plant growth and how well a plant bares fruit, and how well the
fruit taste. What follows is a description of the process that was done
to create really outstanding compost utilizing the Quantum Generator
infused liquid mineral effective micro-organisms concentrate.One very
effective way to create compost is the 'heap' method with about 90 to 95%
organic matter, 1 to 2% dirt and the rest is add water. Several large
heaps, one of the heaps was about 18 feet long, 4 feet high and 6 feet
wide at the base, were created. The heaps were with small sticks and
branches at the bottom to lots of leaves and a very small amounts of dirt
between moistened layers with a very dilute mixture, 1part infused liquid
mineral concentrate with 512 parts water - that's 1 table spoon of
concentrate too two gallons of water!The Liquid mineral concentrate
becomes a very high level of concentration when the infusion step is
added to it. The very first heap that was created was in early Feb of 09'
measured in at, 12ft long x 4ft high x 6ft wide at the base. Usually a
compost heap this size left alone to 'stew' could take a year or more to
decompose. By adding the step of turning the heap, by hand with a
pitchfork 1 or 2 times a month, the time can be greatly shortened to
about 4 to 6 months or even less time.The first compost heap was the only
one that was turned by hand, 3 times over a two month period - about 7
weeks. The other heaps were left alone to decompose without any turning.
All of the compost heaps were treated with the infused concentrate. What
was discovered about the turned heap was that it had completely
decomposed by the third turning! That was simply amazing for that much
organic matter to decompose so completely in that short of time!Upon
further investigation of the other non-turned heaps they were fully
decomposed at the time of checking which was a little over 7 months.
Until further research is done there is no way to know if the non-turned
heaps might have been done decomposing a lot sooner.So the first compost
heap was started in early February and ready to use in April of 09', of
which it did get used in the garden, in potted plants, etc. Wherever a
person would use compost is where it got used. And it was given out to
some friends for their personal use and evaluation. The comments from
different people were just about all the same. "This is great compost"
was the usual comments heard. As time goes on more and more research will
be done to evaluate nutrition and taste of plants as well as growth and
so on.

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