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Author Topic: I'm trying to help heal the land  (Read 1043 times)

TehSalade

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I'm trying to help heal the land
« on: August 21, 2014, 01:08:28 pm »
Where I live there is a Gas plant not far from me, and this year was the first year that the cherry, apple and mulberry trees did not bloom. My Lilac, blackberries also did not bloom.

I talked to the town committee, and to people who are protesting it, but how are some ways I can help the land surrounding me?

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2014, 01:50:01 pm »
Quote from: TehSalade;156839
Where I live there is a Gas plant not far from me, and this year was the first year that the cherry, apple and mulberry trees did not bloom. My Lilac, blackberries also did not bloom.

I talked to the town committee, and to people who are protesting it, but how are some ways I can help the land surrounding me?

 
I'm presuming that these trees and shrubs are not new plants? I'm also presuming that the short view is to improve the land your trees are on.

Look into composting and worm composting to start improving the soil your plants and trees are in. The additional fertilization might help some.

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2014, 02:15:15 pm »
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I'm presuming that these trees and shrubs are not new plants? I'm also presuming that the short view is to improve the land your trees are on.

Look into composting and worm composting to start improving the soil your plants and trees are in. The additional fertilization might help some.

 
That is correct, they are not new plants, and have been here before I moved to the location. Thank you, I shall try it.

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2014, 03:20:27 pm »
Quote from: TehSalade;156839
Where I live there is a Gas plant not far from me, and this year was the first year that the cherry, apple and mulberry trees did not bloom. My Lilac, blackberries also did not bloom.

I talked to the town committee, and to people who are protesting it, but how are some ways I can help the land surrounding me?
Adding back organic material into the soil is always a great way to help the earth! This can be done with staring a compost pile. Then when you plant add the compost to the planting area and around vegetation as well.
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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2014, 04:47:00 pm »
Quote from: TehSalade;156839
Where I live there is a Gas plant not far from me, and this year was the first year that the cherry, apple and mulberry trees did not bloom. My Lilac, blackberries also did not bloom.

I talked to the town committee, and to people who are protesting it, but how are some ways I can help the land surrounding me?



If this is correct :  http://joa.isa-arbor.com/request.asp?JournalID=1&ArticleID=1460&Type=2

Then the advice given here is spot on.

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2014, 06:20:38 pm »
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If this is correct :  http://joa.isa-arbor.com/request.asp?JournalID=1&ArticleID=1460&Type=2

Then the advice given here is spot on.

 
Thank you very much for the link!

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2014, 01:58:20 pm »
Quote from: TehSalade;156839
Where I live there is a Gas plant not far from me, and this year was the first year that the cherry, apple and mulberry trees did not bloom. My Lilac, blackberries also did not bloom.

I talked to the town committee, and to people who are protesting it, but how are some ways I can help the land surrounding me?

 
Visualisation with positive intention for directing healing energies might help.
Have you tried looking at distant chi ball method for sending a ball of healing out too? Also, wrapping the select plant by visualising it and rebuilding the image up in your mindset as a well tree rather than an unwell tree may work, but also, surrounding the trees affected in a bubble of pink unconditional love, and have you ever thought about looking into colour healing as well on a positive energetic wavelength? This might help as well. That as well as the rest of the posts would also work, I think. Just a few suggestions here.

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Re: I'm trying to help heal the land
« Reply #7 on: October 20, 2014, 06:58:17 am »
Quote from: carillion;156872
If this is correct :  http://joa.isa-arbor.com/request.asp?JournalID=1&ArticleID=1460&Type=2

Then the advice given here is spot on.

 
http://www.quickgrow.com/gardening_articles/hydrogen_peroxide_horticulture.html

Since it looks like oxygen may be short in the dirt, this may help put the chemical balance back. If you are a bit shy on using medical supplies to add oxygen, there are several plants that get used to lighten hair that will naturally make hydrogen peroxide to consider.

Please take care with any type of fertilizer for alkaline or acid soils. Even acid lovers can overload with too much acid.

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