High Brix Early Girl Tomatoes 10 brix. Higher levels of nutrition are present in these plants. Do You Have Good News? Click here to see more of our high brix garden results. Great for anyone looking to decontaminate paint. If using a pump or power sprayer, put two quarts of brewed, and filtered Microbe Tea into a 5 gallon bucket.
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Stir the ingredients well before filling the hose end sprayer. One quart of this solution can be applied to square feet. You will have 2 quarts to cover 1, square feet via our hose end sprayer.
Apply every three days for best results. Till the soil to a depth of about inches. If you are planting rows of seeds, make your furrow and apply BioVam in the furrow and set the seed on top of the BioVam, then cover the seed with soil. If you are transplanting plants apply BioVam to the roots and plant in the soil.
After everything is planted, brew up Microbe Tea, filter, and add yucca extract and BioMinerals 2. Do this every three days during the rest of your growing season. Set up an irrigation system on a timer to deliver water periodically. If the spraying of microbe tea every three days is sufficient for your plants, further irrigation may not be needed. This approach to applying the BioMinerals fertilizer, Yucca, and Microbe tea every three days will cause the soil pH to go to 6.
With this method, we are able to get more nutrients available to your plants than from far higher levels of fertilizer mixed into the soils. Healthier plants, higher yields, higher brix levels, top quality produce that doesn't rot after harvesting, higher specific gravity in the produce, higher nutrient levels, and weed suppression are expected results.
Other companies will tell you it takes three years to build up your soils. With our Organic Garden Kit products you start right away. We do not require a three year waiting period to build up soils. One aspect of Food Quality is easily determined by using a Refractometer to measure the Brix of plant Juices. The Brix Scale on a refractometer is a measure of the dissolved solids in the juice from your plant product. Most of the solids are carbohydrates in plant juices, but vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other plant produced compounds are also present in the plant juice.
The main thing you want to remember is the higher the Brix value, the higher the nutrient content in your plants, and the higher the plant quality - provided those plants do not rot. High Brix food that rots is mineral deficient. We recommend this Refractometer click here to test the quality of your fruit and vegetables. Little to no spoilage after harvesting. Higher levels of nutrition are present in these plants.
Significantly Higher plant yields. All fertilizers plants need are included. Beneficial soil bacteria and soil fungi are also included.
Destructive insects and plant diseases are not attracted to these plants. Weeds will not grow in nutrient dense soils treated with BioMinerals with Microbe Tea. Top quality produce will not rot, it will dehydrate. After 4 frosts, tomatoes were harvested from one Early Girl Plant. The green tomatoes ripened in weeks at room temperature. They were also 10 brix. None of the tomatoes spoiled. Tomatoes on right have been stored 14 months at room temperature. They are starting to fade from their dark red color and are part of the original tomatoes shown above.
After more than six months of storage at room temperature, nature continued on its course and all the seeds sprouted in many of these Early Girl tomatoes. These high brix tomatoes were not decomposing. They were still sweet and delicious. Note the tomato right of center with a plant growing out of the tomato.
High Brix Broccoli 12 brix - very sweet! Four Broccoli plants were grown in two square feet and were ready to harvest in 45 days after transplant Note: Talking about tomatoes grown with our Organic Garden Kit. Watch this movie and see what can be done with ordinary tomato plants sold in stores across the USA. The growers are growing food that is low in nutrient value and quality.
Some of the food spoils or is eaten up by insects and diseases right there on the farm and is thrown out or recycled back into the soil. The food that is harvested is crated up and shipped to food distributors. The food distributor throws out some of the food that has spoiled by the time they receive it. The food distributor supplies a number of stores and the stores throw out some of the food that spoils before they can put it on the shelf for the public to purchase.
You, the consumer go to the store and purchase what looks good to you, passing over what is already spoiling since it was put out! You take it home and store it for a short while expecting to consume it, but end up finding a percentage has spoiled easily within days to a week, having to throw out part or all of that purchase. Our Organic Garden Kit allows nutrient packed high quality food to be grown which doesn't spoil after it is harvested.
It isn't eaten up by bugs and disease organisms. They don't bother this food. Top quality food doesn't spoil on the farm. It doesn't spoil on its way to the food distributor. It doesn't spoil on its way to the various stores. And it doesn't spoil after the consumer purchases it. The advantages associated with local lab is that they are familiar with the chemistry of the soil in the area where the sample was taken.
This enables technicians to recommend the tests that are most likely to reveal useful information. The amount of plant available soil phosphorus is most often measured with a chemical extraction method, and different countries have different standard methods.
Just in Europe, more than 10 different soil P tests are currently in use and the results from these tests are not directly comparable with each other . Do-it-yourself kits usually only test for the three "major nutrients", and for soil acidity or pH level.
Do-it-yourself kits are often sold at farming cooperatives, university labs, private labs, and some hardware and gardening stores. Electrical meters that measure pH, water content, and sometimes nutrient content of the soil are also available at many hardware stores. Laboratory tests are more accurate than tests with do-it-yourself kits and electrical meters.
Here is an example soil sample report from one laboratory. Soil testing is used to facilitate fertilizer composition and dosage selection for land employed in both agricultural and horticultural industries.
Prepaid mail-in kits for soil and ground water testing are available to facilitate the packaging and delivery of samples to a laboratory. Similarly, in , laboratories began providing fertilizer recommendations along with the soil composition report.
Lab tests are more accurate and often utilize very precise flow injection technology, though both types are useful. In addition, lab tests frequently include professional interpretation of results and recommendations. Some laboratories analyze for all 13 mineral nutrients and a dozen non-essential, potentially toxic minerals utilizing the "universal soil extractant" ammonium bicarbonate DTPA.
Common mineral soil contaminants include arsenic , barium , cadmium , copper , mercury , lead , and zinc. Lead is a particularly dangerous soil component. The following table from the University of Minnesota categorizes typical soil concentration levels and their associated health risks.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Geotechnical investigation. Sumner - Google Books. Soil Use and Management.