Back To Eden 21M Views Paul Gautschi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CjptUYhEdU BACK TO EDEN shares the story of one man's lifelong journey, walking with God and learning how to get back to the simple, productive methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden. The organic growing system that has resulted from Paul Gautschi's incredible experiences has garnered the interest of visitors from around the world. However, never until now have Paul's methods been documented and shared like this!
http://backtoedenfilm.com/  He basically uses rotted manure on wood chips, needles & vegetation which crreates micro organisms benefiting the soil like probiotics. It also acts like a mulch for keeping water from evaporating and keeping weeds from growing. He rakes a line to plant and then recovers around the plant. He uses chickens to scratch & eat insects as well as for eggs. A person who traveled the world to visit various permaculture places, says this is the best he has seen. He deosn't believe in banks or going to town very much as he likes it so much there. He lets the apples fall down when ripe for maximum nutrition. The dog turns up his nose at apples from town.

Ellen White who many believe was given visions of very important advanced information by Angels or a higher source of intelligence was shown in a vision how to plant trees when she was in Australia about 1900. The choice was good black earth with no rocks or rocky ground for what is now Avondale College today. She chose the rocky ground (which the farmers thought she wrong with planting trees into deeper wider holes with a layer of good soil at the bottom with a layer of rocks (gravel) and then a layer of good soil. the dirt is loose so the roots can spread out further with the gravel giving minrerals. There is replication showing how a tree is about 10x bigger at:  http://www.suncountrygardens.com/  Ellen White Planting Method
The Ellen White growing method is so amazing you almost have to see it to believe it.  At one of my garden classes someone suggested we plant some trees the regular method and one the Ellen White method and see what happens.  We planted five sequoias the forestry department method and one the Ellen White method.  As you can see in the picture the one on my right is much larger and stronger.  This is no trick.  We planted 6 trees the same size on the same day and in the same location.  You may also plant tomatoes this way and expect 100 lbs. per plant as compared to 6 lbs. on average grown commercially.  And the taste is out of this world.  Try this method for any deep rooted plants or vines.
Want to try?  Download the FREE graph below.  The 2 White Planting pdf files 2 page each are attached at the bottom.

 


 


 




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Jun 15, 2016, 5:34 AM
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Jun 15, 2016, 5:35 AM
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