…… I grow organic walnuts in CA. I read the articles about Mr. Cain’s SEA-90 in ACRES USA and called him 15 years ago. After some discussion we decided that the best way to incorporate SEA-90 into my fertility program was by adding it to the compost we spread annually on our acreage. This served two functions: first by spreading it with the compost it saved me significant time and fuel by making just one trip with the spreader over our entire farm; second, the SEA-90 feeds the microorganisms in the compost doubling their populations and is broken down and immediately available to the trees. Mr. Cain delivered truckloads of SEA-90 to my compost supplier, Grover Soil Solutions, and they added it directly to the wind rows they created for my farm. We have done this four consecutive years and achieved what Dr. Murray considered complete re-mineralization. The results are outstanding. Insect damage is significantly diminished and we have actually achieved what is called perfect loads! Our walnuts are wonderful tasting and nutrient dense. We also have peach trees and between the compost and foliar sprays we have virtually eliminated peach leaf curl! Our production has increased and so has the price we receive for our produce.”
……we have close to a dozen citrus trees that have been attacked by whitefly and leaf miner since they were planted. FROM AS OLD AS 12 YEARS DOWN TO AS YOUNG AS THREE YEARS OLD, NO TREE WAS SPARED UNTIL NOW! We applied SEA-90 around the drip line of each tree this spring and I do not see any fresh infestations, only the damage from last year!
~ Michael B. Florida
……during a time when operating the Seaponic tomato farm with Dr. Murray, an employee and neighbor, Moe Torvinen, owned a Tangelo grove in the area. One particular tree that stood just outside his front door looked particularly unhealthy. He was skeptical of using “salt” on his trees. Since the tree looked as if it might die, he didn’t think he had anything to lose so in September Moe allowed me to spread a small amount of SEA-90 sea solids around the baseof the tree. I paid him a visit in June of the following year. The tree had completely leafed out and was full of fruit! It was so beautiful and a perfect example of how well Sea Energy Agriculture actually works.
From what I understand we have the only key lime grove left in South Dade Co., FL., about 50 trees. Hurricane Andrew and over-zealous citrus canker inspectors wiped out the rest. The talk is that all citrus in FL will be wiped out by a new pest from Asia, citrus greening. I don’t accept that. I’ve seen our limes respond like magic to the SEA-90 sea solids. And I’d like to prove that FL citrus can be saved by thinking outside the conventional agricultural box.