Probitas five steps condensed version
What is the Probitas Five Steps System?
Guided only by a farmer’s most powerful tools: Intuition, instinct and observation Ewan Campbell devoted eighteen years to the task of discovering the reasons why:
Through trial and error Ewan identified the causes of these problems and set about making the changes needed to overcome them and return his farm to a profitable food production system. Read on for Ewan’s story.
Five steps you need to take to reinstate the magic on your own farm’.
It is well established in science that we need at least 15 elements available to the plants to have a productive soil based system. There is much debate on how much of each or which elements are more important. To many in agriculture around the world the work of eminent soil scientist Professor William Albrecht of Missouri State University is relied upon daily. WHY?
Albrecht firstly observed nature and then went to the laboratory to test what he observed. His genius is well illustrated in his quote "Study books and observe nature. When the two don't agree, throw out the books"! Albrecht was able to identify the mineral status that all highly productive soils in their natural state have. From this he developed a testing system, along side some of the best chemists of the time ,to create a fifteen element soil test that could be used to calculate what should be applied to soils to bring them into a highly productive state.
Documented in four volumes, The Albrecht Papers are a comprehensive account of his life’s work and a must for those who wish to study this work.
Increase the earth’s natural electrical system to harvest nutrient for production and health
Reverting to our school days can be tough especially when it comes to the sciences. Most of us in farming never thought we would need to use any of this information, yet some of what is called settled science goes on beneath our feet everyday and we don’t even know it.
The reactivity series of elements found in most fifth form science books shows that to mobilise the elements, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium you need electricity. All of these elements are essential for plant production and animal health.
But how does electricity effect plant growth?
When there is a strong electrical current in the soil, these elements, through electrolysis are moved from the soil and attracted through the roots to the plant, resulting in nutrient dense plants.
Where does this electricity come from?
A large part of the electrical current in the soil is created in the same way as solar panels create electricity. In both cases the sunlight reacts with certain forms of silica in conjunction with phosphorus and boron to create electricity.
Probitas, the soil conditioner product is formulated to facilitate the revival of this natural electrical production. This is important as, in a lot of cases, natural soil energy is inefficient due to past farming practices that have damaged silica’s ability to hold and amplify energy.
Introduce natures 90 elements of the sea to complete the genetic sequence.
Dr Maynard Murray discovered that mammals in the sea did not suffer cell degeneration the same way land based mammals did. Testing mother and calf dolphins showed no difference between the two in cell degeneration what so ever, yet on land cell degeneration was wirespread. When he brought sea solids onto the land as a fertiliser the results were staggering and challenged conventional thinking.
The work of Dr Richard Olree explains the requirement for sixty four minerals to be present to complete the genetic sequence. Sea solids contains more than ninety minerals, some of these in minute amounts yet enough to supply the required amounts to complete the genetic sequence which is the foundation of all living things on the planet.
Using sea solids as part of the soil amendments not only increases production but also the health of the end products whether that be crops, pasture or animals.
In depth information is in the works of Maynard Murray’s, Sea Energy in Agriculture and Richard Olree’s, Minerals for the Genetic Code. Both books are available at www.acresusa.com.
Identify and remove toxic frequencies that hinder farm production.
The modern electronic world of computers and mobile phones uses silica to store information. It is used as the ‘memory’. The stored information can then be recalled through electronics for our use.
Soils contain approximately 400 tons of silica in the top 150mm of a hectare. The soil silica also retains memory. This is a complete inventory of all the frequencies produced by all the products applied to the soil from the time the farm was cleared of its natural cover. From about 1950 a lot of the products that have been applied were and still are toxic. These products include radio active minerals such as radio active calcium, phosphorus and cadmium from superphosphate, toxic heavy metels such as cadmium and flourine from superphosphate and agricultural chemicals such as DDT and 24D.
How can you tell?
Using a Theratest frequency scanner we are able to identify the frequencies of these products. Hence the frequency resonances of all the poisons that have been applied to your soil still remains and are measurable as a frequency.
The frequency of a chemical such as DDT is as dangerous as the original physical poison as it is continually being broadcast back onto your farm. It is mobile, as a frequency and translocates from soil to plant to animal.
These frequencies damage soil biology and plant function and cause major problems in animal health. The ongoing costs of coping with the damage caused by toxins impacts on your farms profitability.
Toxic frequencies and memories can be removed through technology discovered nearly fifty years ago and now available for use to those trained in the field of scalar energy.
For more in depth information on this subject and why it is now becoming a major problem go to www.ecofarm.co.nz
Restore fungal mycelium species suited to the agriculture required.
Inoculating soils with fungi such as Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae (VAM) is well researched and documented with some incredible results. These results are due to the relationships between plant and fungi.