Ocean Grown - Ocean Solution (1 L)
Concentrated Sea Minerals
OceanSolution™ is a concentrated liquid
solution that provides essential nutrients from the deep ocean for
and plant growth – perfect for sprouting, farms, orchards, pastures, hydroponics and home
gardens. The following benefits of using sea solids have been summarized by Dr.
Maynard Murray in his groundbreaking work Sea Energy Agriculture.
- OceanGrown Tomatoes contain approximately 56 minerals
while conventionally or organically grown tomatoes contain less than 20 minerals.
Dr Maynard Murray never found a tomato from his competition in over 40 years
of research with more than 18.
- The need for dangerous and costly pesticide
is reduced due to a stronger plant immune system and enhanced disease
- Open-pollinating seeds do not require
additional fertilizers or nutrient supplementation.
- Demonstrated ability to rehabilitate
diseased or under-performing orchards and pastures.
- Enhanced nutritional content and extended
shelf life of crops when compared to those grown with conventional
Unlike conventional dry fertilizers,
OceanSolution™ contains aerobic bacteria considered by many to be essential
for healthy plants and soil. And according to consumer tests,
produce tastes better than conventionally grown produce.
One (1) Liter of Solution will make up to one
hundred (100) Liters of nutrient supplement ready for watering or
irrigating any plant or seed.History of Soil
What is soil? Ask this question
of someone you know, and they may have a hard time coming up with the
answer. Soil is a combination of disintegrated rock and humus
(decomposed organic matter). Soil is considered to be alive because it
is inhabited by many living organisms. Moreover, it is always in a
process of formation or destruction (erosion). Essentially, soil is
just a holding matrix for minerals that plants draw from to grow.
success of all agriculture is dependent on the season and the fertility
of the soil. In order to maintain a high quality of nutrition in our
food the land must first be maintained. Soil fertility has always
presented its challenges. In order to understand the situation,
envision a farmer not as a cultivator of food, but rather as a miner.
Rather than picks and drills, be collects minerals with plants. Every
single plant he harvests takes from the soil macro & trace
minerals. Once these minerals are removed, they are gone until the
farmer replenishes them. Standard fertilizers do not even come close to rejuvenating the drained earth.
The result of this lack of minerals is that every season yields, crop
quality, and the nutrient density of those crops suffers. Crops that
are less nutrient dense don't look as good, don't taste as good, and
are less resistant to disease and pestilence. Disease-prone plants are
then bombarded with lethal chemicals to maintain production. This has
been going on for decades as I am sure many of you
reading this are well aware. Of course, insects adapt to the poison,
while the soil becomes saturated with the compounding poisons year
also does not make allowances for crop rotation. Crop rotation is
allowing a plot of land used for growing to 'rest' the year after a
harvest, up to several years. This delays the leaching of minerals from
the land, and gives the ecosystem a chance to reorganize the
distribution of organic matter. Another type of crop rotation is
planting a different plant in the same area, rather than continually
using the same plot for, as an example, corn every year. By changing
the plants grown on a plot, it prevents the plant specific pests of the
usual crop from becoming too heavily concentrated in that area.
Of course, crop rotation is just one part of maintaining soil fertility, and does not adequately address the issue of missing minerals.
As well as over-use of the land, rain water plays a major role in
leaching the minerals from the soil that are so essential to
maintaining proper human health and bodily functions.
water is distilled water. By the time it hits the ground it could not
be called pure distilled water because of the air-borne chemicals it
collects on its descent. However, it is still a very powerful solvent
and effectively leaches a large amount of minerals from the soil. This
mineral-enriched water continually flows through streams, tributaries,
rivers, and lakes until it ultimately is deposited in the ocean.
Billions of tons of dissolved solids are jettisoned via waterways
straight into the sea every year in America alone. Water from the ocean
evaporates, the minerals remain in solution, and the cycle continues.
Minerals For Function
As humans we require minerals both macro and trace.
As our bodies cannot actually produce minerals we are forced to source
them from elsewhere. Up until now this has always been the food we eat
and to a lesser degree the water that we drank.
global population grew the demand for food also grew. And with our
demand for food the demand for minerals grew as well. For with every
season and with every harvest we are continually extracting this
limited resource from our soil.
land has something in common with our bodies. In order for it to remain
active, fertile, and productive it needs minerals just as much as we
do, perhaps even more. Every season, and with every harvest we are
actually mining the land. I am certain that everyone can agree that all
mines have one thing in common: They are all eventually exhausted.
Its not all bad news. Rather, here lies the answer.
unlike any other nutrient are not totally lost once they are consumed
by us or lost from our soil through the erosive effects of rain,
flooding and irrigation. They always end up in the worlds mineral
bank. This is of course our oceans.
unlike our land are an inexhaustible resource of minerals. If we took
the minerals out of the oceans waters and spread them over every square
inch of available land we would be left with a mountain of minerals
over 400 feet high. Once in ocean water these
dissolved solids or minerals are suspended in the most perfectly
balanced liquid solution on earth. We are of course talking about Ocean Water.
This was an observation that was made by the developer of Sea Minerals Decades ago Gerry Amena, a traditional farmer,
was almost driven to breaking point by land that would no longer
produce enough to justify the sweat equity that farming demanded let
alone the financial investment. Gerry decided to do something that had
played on his mind for some time. Knowing full well that the minerals
lost from our soil find their way to the oceans Gerry thought it about
time to go and get these minerals back. He has never looked back.
the very first application of sea minerals Gerry experienced such
profound results that he was determined to somehow spread the news to
every corner of the world. For a number of years he has been doing this
at a comfortable pace.
we join him, and with a sense of urgency we wish to educate every every
farmer and home grower who would listen to break their bonds and their
reliance on chemicals which has made a few very wealthy while at the
same time turning most farmers into servants of their land rather than
the masters of it.
Today you have a choice! You can continue being a servant to your land or you can be master of it.