#115 How to make and use simple carbonized and rectified ash Leave a comment

In the previous issue I introduced “the development of materials to replace chemical fertilizers and pesticides”, which is the first goal of the Universal Village International Conference, and how this can be achieved by multipurpose utilization of salt, mainly sea salt. At the same time, I explained that it is important to return charcoal to the soil in order to further advance this technology.

It is clear from long ago that the soil improving effect (physically, chemically, biologically) of charcoal is outstanding. It is only Miyakojima Island in Okinawa Prefecture that is systematically doing this, “using sugarcane bagasse as charcoal, returning it to the soil, and using it in combination with microorganisms to further enhance the effects.”

In terms of radiation contamination countermeasures in Fukushima, there is certain inevitabilityto combining EM with salt and charcoal, but I tried various demonstrations to establish the method of “dramatically increasing the efficiency of coal by carbonizing all the organic matter and making it functional with EM” in conjunction with the goals of the Universal Village International Conference

To summarize, “To rectify the equipment that makes charcoal by using EM technology, letting the activated EM solution cultured in sea water be absorbed into the finished charcoal or ash, then digging holes of 10 to 30 cm in diameter, 1 m in depth at 5-10 m intervals (50 to 100 m intervals depending on the induction method), embed charcoal in the shape of a rod in the hole, apply 0.5 to 1 kg of salt from the crushed top.” Of course, merely blending charcoal or ash made by the above method into the soil can achieve a marginal breakthrough effect, but it is necessary to further enhance the effect and make it longer lasting. This is the idea that “charcoal is made to function like a carbon rod of dry batteries to rectify all layers to a depth of 1 m.” When such a method is thoroughly carried out, the quantum function of the entire soil will increase, and the conversion efficiency of the element is promoted.

From such a background, we have been promoting the development of equipment that can make all kinds of organic matter into charcoal, but since there are existing examples, we decided to work to add EM rectification technology to those methods so it can be more widely used.

The “Smokeless Carbonizer” by Moki Manufacturing Co., Ltd. introduced this time is an excellent device that can be usedby individualsorgroups, has proven results, and is a popular type that has received official government endorsement. For administrationsthat areconsidering complete recycling of waste, we cannot deal with this level, but a systemized carbonizer machine thatis cutting edge has already been completed, and I will introduce it next time.

This “Smokeless Carbonizer” is essentially a method set using EM technology and activated EM solution cultured with seawater, and EM gravitron rectification stickers are indispensable to it. Regarding this method, Sunshine Farm Inc., the agricultural production corporation, deals with it, and when confirming correct usage will provide EM gravitron rectification stickers free of charge. For inquiries, please contact Sunshine Farm, Inc. (Mr. Oshiro Tel: 090-3796-4301)

* < About the charcoal to be buried>
?Apply about 10 liters of charcoal + 1 kg of salt + 3 liters of activated EM solution (seawater culture or water) to each hole, cover with about 20 cm of soil.
? Put all the charcoal, salt and EM, cover it with soil.
?In a field of about 300 tsubo (approximately 990?) , dig wells at the four corners of the fields and bury at intervals of 15 to 20m between holes. (Additional notes, June 23, 2017)

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Bron: https://www.emrojapan.com/living/112

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