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Miracle HH-4 compost used on College courses in St. Albans

Miracle compost HH-4 as used by our GGI Tutor, in St. Albans, has now attracted three jobs for herself teaching the No Dig Gardening System employing our miracle HH-4 compost. Not only that but so impressed are the staff at the Oaklands College, St. Albans, they have offered her official teacher training paid for by …

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Purify contaminated water with vegetable waste

Our considered opinion of this “new technology”  is NO. Use the vegetable waste for making fertiliser and do simple water purification by 4 days sedimentation as taught by Victor Schauberger, 1934. We did this in India with the Ganges water for our six-month stay there building our fertiliser factory in West Bengal. My son was …

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Zinc and Vitamin D – and Natural Immunity

*TellTheTruth* @Truth_Lovr · Dec 10 #NaturalImmunity More Protective Over Time Than #COVID19 #Vaccination: Study Immunity people enjoy after recovering from COVID-19 is better than the protection bestowed from vaccination, according to a new study from #Israel. https://theepochtimes.com/natural-immunity-more-protective-over-time-than-covid-19-vaccination-study_4149953.html?utm_campaign=socialshare_twitter&utm_source=twitter.com… WE POSTED FOODS RICH IN ZINC. AT THE END OF THIS VIDEO Dr. CAMPBELL describes why Govts. don’t …

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Organic Farming not always good for environment

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jan/07/organic-farming-environment-lord-krebs Organic farming not always best for environment, says government adviser Lord Krebs claims that organic farming needs more land than conventional methods to produce the same yield  At least 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions are thought to come from agriculture. Photograph: David Wootton / Alamy/Alamy View more sharing options  This article is 2 years …

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