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@Moggy 13:58

Posted by goldcountry @ 20:18 on July 26, 2014  

I have the same problem in my garden this year–for the first time I can remember, certain plants have failed to thrive–squashes seem especially vulnerable here. Like you, I am convinced it is the chemtrails.

The upper layer of my soil looks dead–the aggregate particles look very dry and hard, as if the microbial life is ebbing.

Global Research had this to say:
“Rhizobacteria-endomycorrhizae, a critical microbial organism, is slowly becoming extinct in soils due to Barium and Aluminum heavy-metal toxicities. This microbe is responsible for the transfer of nutrients from soils-matrix to the plants/trees feeder-root system. The Barium/Aluminum heavy-metal salts are alkaline, i.e. Barium Hydroxide, and are shifting the base-line pH of surface soils and waters to new highs – elevated enough that certain plant species cannot survive.”

I don’t know how we can help the soil other than by adding lots more compost–at least that’s what I plan to do.

Seems like just one more wound in a long line of assaults against trees and nature, that’s been going on for two thousand years.

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