Why did Dr. Maynard Murray find absolutely no sickness in the ocean? He
biopsied numerous sea creatures in the middle of the ocean, and found
that they had none of the diseases that fish in lakes and rivers have.
In fact, Dr. Murray found zero sickness or disease in animals in the
Many years of research brought doctor and scientist
Maynard Murray to
the conclusion that there was no sickness in the ocean because ocean
plants live in a perfect mineral environment.
Land plants were transformed with sea minerals
When Dr. Murray fertilized fields with sea mineral, plants growing there
became highly immune to disease. When he fed those plants to laboratory
animals, these animalsbecame
Grass, the perfect land plant
Researchers who use sea minerals to fertilize plants have found that
grass is the only plant that utilizes all 76 minerals in the ocean.
Tomatoes only utilize 45. Corn utilizes even less. But when grass that
is fertilized with sea minerals is tested, all 76 minerals are found.
Transforming your crops to superfood
Is there an economical way to get sea minerals on your land? Ocean
water is expensive to transport. Sea solids are high in sodium.
mineral concentrate where close to 99% of the sodium has solidified
during evaporation, leaving a very dense, low sodium sea mineral
But It Gets Even Better
Transforming the soil
There is a product called Soil Balance that forms something like an
aerobic membrane that holds and balances nutrients to help bring balance
to the soil. This aerobic membrane keeps on expanding, becoming
something like a sack that holds carbon and other nutrients, making them
available to the plant.
But Soil Balance does so much more
Soil Balance prompts an incredible amount of carbon sequestration by the
plant into the soil. Carbon sequestration is the absolute fastest and
best way to create new topsoil.Learn
sugars (carbon) through the roots into the soil can create topsoil up to
10 times faster than can be done through the use of compost or other
Soil Balance helps to provide the perfect growing environment for
plants, a growing environment that contains all the nutrients the plant
needs for optimum productivity and nutrient density.
Bringing Two Great Products Together
We have combined GroPal and Soil Balance to make one great product for
farms. We call itGroPal
Grass Become Superfood
Because of the strength of the two products, when just 10 to 40 ounces of
this highly concentrated product is applied per acre, we see crops
turned into a superfood! Since it is basically true that "we are what we
eat", the effects seen on livestock is fairly amazing.
One farmer told us that a few months after he sprayed his field, his
veterinarian came and asked him what he did. His vet said that his cows
had been some of the poorest looking cattle in the area, but now they
were some of the best looking.
How GroPal Balance works
GroPal Balance does an amazing job of getting the plant to sequester
huge amounts of sugars (carbon) into the soil. It does this to feed and
groom bacteria, which in turn take locked up nutrients and make them
available plant food.
read an article by Dr. Christine Jones that does an excellent job of
explaining carbon sequestration
Why GroPal Balance Fertilizer
Out-performs Any Other Tool
for Soil Building
GroPal Balance is incredibly successful, more than any other method we
know of, foraccomplishing
the things Dr Jones talks about inher
How GroPal Balance Facilitates Rapid Topsoil Formation
Dr. Jones says that the formation of topsoil can be breathtakingly
rapid. She explains that the reason for this is that most of the
ingredients for new topsoil come from the atmosphere, including carbon,
hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. Plants utilize these to produce liquid
carbon, which they then exude into the soil through their roots in order
to feed soil microbes. It is this flow of liquid carbon (sugars) into
the soil that is the primary means by which rich topsoil is formed.
a host of nutrients, including a rich supply of the trace minerals
found in ocean water. These nutrients supply the soil with what it
needs so that it cansupply
plants with theenergythey
need to reach their maximum potential.
Balance provides 70+ beneficial bacteria plus fungi. These
micro-organisms help to create balance in the soil.Balance
balance created causes the soil to possess a high energy level.
When this energy is made available to plants, itenergizesthem
to sequester sugars to feed the micro-organisms in the soil.
micro-organisms are nurtured and fed by the plant, they in turn make
to the plant. This enables the plant to sequester even more sugars
into the soil. This relationship between microbes and plant result
in plants being able to attain their optimum potential, and for very
rapid soil building to take place.
The Best Way to Form Topsoil
Many scientists have confused themselves — and the general public — by
assuming soil carbon sequestration and the making of topsoil occurs as a
result of the decomposition of organic matter such as crop residues.
In stark contrast, Dr. Jones points out that most of the elements needed
to create topsoil are found in the atmosphere and that the creation of
new soil centers around carbon. Compost may help, but it is simply not
the best way to create topsoil.
A plant can acquire between 85 to 90 percent of the building materials
it needs from the air to create liquid carbon. The rest of the nutrients
are provided from the soil. Soil microbes use this liquid carbon as an
energy source to help them convert tied up nutrients into available
plant food. In the process, the sugars emitted by the roots act as a
glue to create complex soil structure, which includes stable forms of
carbon and humus.
New topsoil is rapidly created in this environment. Once GroPal Balance
is activated with at least 1.1” of moisture and a soil temperature above
45 degrees, almost immediately plants begin to secrete liquid carbon
into the soil, and it is only a matter of weeks before new soil begins
This is superior to results seen by using other bio stimulants, including
natural plant or seaweed extracts. GroPal Balance contains every micro
and macro nutrient needed by the plant, plus fungi and over 70 species
of bacteria that help the soil to convert nutrientstied
up in the soilinto
Benefits of Sequestering Carbon into the Soil
Carbon is needed for soil structuring and water holding. As liquid
carbon streams into the aggregates via the roots or fungal linkages, it
enables the production of glues and gums that hold soil particles
Establishing a good soil structure enables nitrogen-fixing bacteria to
function. You will rarely see a nitrogen deficient plant in a healthy
natural ecosystem. Ammonia that is fixed from the air is rapidly
converted into an amino acid or incorporated into a humic polymer. These
organic forms of nitrogen cannot be leached or volatilized.
With rapid carbon sequestering, the growth rate of plants can quickly
increase, with as much as a 25% to 30% increase in yields the first
year. That is the power of properly functioning soil.
Why Chemical Fertilizers
Slow the Soil Building Process
As Dr. Jones pointed out, if plants can obtain nitrogen,
phosphorus and potash easily, they will stop pumping carbon into the soil to support their
microbial partners. This interruption of the carbon flow to the soil
reduces aggregation and the forming of new topsoil.
You will probably need some nitrogen for grains
like corn or wheat.
As Dr. Jones stated, including some clovers or peas with your wheat or
some vetch with your corn is another way of supplying the soil with
extra organic nitrogen. As is mentioned in her article, in biologically
active soils, Dr. Jones hasn’t seen a response to synthetic nitrogen or
phosphorus fertilizers, and actually found the use of NPK to be
Remember that a soil test can only tell you what is available to plants
by passive uptake of inorganic nutrients, like those provided by NPK
fertilizers. The other 97 percent of minerals, those made available by
microbes, are not inorganic minerals and will simply not be visible on a
standard soil test.
By nurturing the aerobic microbes in the soil, we can increase the
availability of a huge variety of minerals and trace elements — most of
which are not contained in fertilizers.