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Land Mineral Depletion
Depletion of Soils
1992 Earth Summit statistics
indicate that the mineral content of the world's farm and range
soil has decreased dramatically.
In June of 1992, an Earth Summit Report was issued in RIO that
documented the decline in numbers of various rare and endangered
species, enlarging holes in the ozone layer, disappearance of
tropical rain forests and indigenouss peoples - yet the most
important and immediate crisis factor the human race was glossed
over and relagated to the rear pages of the voluminous report
- the dcline of nutritional mineralsin farm and range soils by
continent over the last hundred years. The results of the Earth
Summit report on the decline of mineral values in our farm and
range soils show tht North America (United States, Canada and
Mexico) is far more affected than all other continents.
Percentage of Mineral Depletion
From Soil During The Past 100 Years, by Continent:
- North America - 85%
- South America - 76%
- Asia - 76%
- Africa - 74%
- Europe - 72%
- Australia - 55%
The settling of the Americas
by Europeans introduced dry land farming that relied on rain
and snow as water sources for agriculture - land was free for
the taking all one had to do was clear the forests or plow the
prairies. Unfortunately, without the annual flooding and supply
of silt supplied in the great flood plains of the hydrolic societies
and smaller river bottoms the land "played out" in
five to ten years forcing the small farm family to pack up and
move west to new still "virgin" or untilled soils.
The first signs that the soil
was "played out" did not appear as obvious changes
in the crops, but rather in the humans and livestock relying
on the land as a food source. The newborn infants, calves, lambs
and pigs were underweight, weak and died, the women, cows, ewes
and sows became infertile, pneumonia and flu killed people and
animals of all ages during the winter, adult humans and animals
died of new unheard of diseases many years before their expected
time for death. To escape these terrible places of death and
despair people unceremoniously packed up and left.
Those who could not or would
not leave their exhausted homesteads finally observed declines
in production, followed by outright crop failure, erosion and
dust bowl formation. This scenario occurred over and over on
small individual farms of America finally culminating in a total
ecological collapse that produced the great dust bowls of Oklahoma,
Texas, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas in the 1930's.
The problem of the soil "playing
out" was not a mystery but an accepted part of the process
of life and death in dry land farming plains communities. There
were numerous ways in which to slow the process including the
biblical method of letting the land rest every seventh year,
the application of animal manure to replace used up organic matter,
green manure (plant debris or ground cover crops grown to specifically
protect against wind erosion, hold moisture and add nitrogen
to the soil), composting plant and animal wastes to add to the
humus of the soil and the application of guano (large quantities
of nitrogen rich droppings from shore birds) and lastly the commercial
fertilizers. These procedures and applications only slowed or
delayed the process of crop failure while initially keeping tonnage
and bushel production up.
While nearly all farmers understand
the necessity to maintain the optimal level of organic material
and humus in their fields to sustain tonnage production, very
few realize the slow insidious leaching and depletion of the
life giving minerals (mining) from their land - after all we
pay them for tons and bushels, not for an analysis of minimal
levels of various minerals in each carrot, potato, broccoli,
or bushel of wheat or rice! This belief is summed up in a statement
by a professor of soils from Iowa State College of Agriculture
Henry Cantwell Wallace (George Washington Carver's favorite teacher
and editor of the Wallace's Farmer ),
"Nations endure only as long as their topsoil."
The statement should relay the message that
"Nations endure only as long as nutritional minerals are
available in their top soils!"
statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products
are not intented to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Please contact your physician.
Majestic Earth Minerals - 32 oz.- #13203
Wholesale Price: $20.00
Earth has 7 major and
65 minor Colloidal Trace Minerals which go into instant action
in your body. Majestic Earth Coloidal
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minerals occur in naturally varying amounts measured in milligrams,
PPM (parts per million) or PPB (Parts per billion) Majestic Earth is in a natural balanced form for greatest benefit,
it is 98% absorbable(colloid the smallest particle) by the body.
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