updated Jan 3 / 2021
Minerals are transported and relocated through different media. Volcanoes distribute minerals through eruptions. Exposed mineral surfaces from these eruptions break down and are displaced from physical and chemical weathering such as freezing and thawing, heating and cooling, wetting and drying, grinding or rubbing, erosion, organisms, etc.
Water is an effective means of transportation
and is the main contributor involved in the levelling of mountains. During transition,
stones are dissolved and carried along the water's course. Fast moving water deposits
large stones and gravel, while slow moving water deposits silt and sand. Minerals are also
transported by wind, ice and other glacial phenomena. Glaciers act as giant bulldozers
gouging the earth, mixing rocks, sand, silt and clay and depositing them in different
locations. Melting ice flows, carrying nutrient rich water into lakes, streams and the
oceans. Although minerals are often depleted from soil through years of farming, harsh
weather conditions and excessive use of chemicals they can be easily replenished through
the application of mineral complexes and compost. Compost and mineral applications help the
soils tilth and increase its ability to retain water.
Root systems appear to be stimulated by paramagnetism. Bacteria and microbes depend on calcium and other minerals to motivate regeneration. The interaction of magnetism within the biomass causes electrical/chemical reactions enhancing capillary action.
The frequency of lightning causes magnetic stimulation of certain minerals creating activity within the soil. In addition, lightning naturally contributes up to 50% of nitrogen fertilization in soil.
Humus and mineral diversity also offer
immense flexibility to the nitrogen cycle. Organisms flourish digesting minerals,
providing a slow release of nitrogen, oxygen and other nutrients which cleanse the
Amphoteric, Piezoelectric, Pyroelectric. These properties combined with magnetism power-up cells to catalyse production of negative ions, essential oils, amino acids, enzymes, alcohol, sugars and noble gases.
Amphoteric complexes possess the unique characteristic of being able to react as an acid or a base.
Piezoelectric crystals provide electrical stimuli when stressed under barometric pressure of heat, frost, or rain.
Pyroelectric minerals, when stressed under heat, cooling or pressure, acquire an electrical charge stimulating the carbon cycle as they discharge. These dynamic components provide capacitance to literally light up the soil with bioluminescence. It is crucial to support soil with mineral diversity that possess properties which stimulate microorganisms.
Present conventional approaches often overlook the importance of bio-diversity, creating an array of undesirable effects. Global Repair acknowledges that biological processes can depend upon the action and presence of mineral diversity. Our products provide the tools to enrich the soils ability to retain nutrients, absorb or release moisture and deter erosion.
Although minerals and microbes are often depleted from soil through years of farming, harsh weather conditions and excessive use of chemicals they can be easily replenished through the application of mineral blends with aerobic compost. Mineral applications and compost help improve the soils tilth and ability to retain water.
Biology is the key to unlocking these nutrients. Exposing these minerals to the biological process that takes place during aerobic composting makes them more readily available to the plant. Our specially formulated Compost Rock FlourTM can be added to compost and then applied to the land. See our Compost Rock FlourTM.
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