How does the Olla work?
Ollas conserve 50 to 75% on water use, the Olla only needs to be filled about every 3 to 5 days, verses your daily, or every other day water use. First, dig a hole in the soil for the pot, bury the Olla irrigation pot only exposing the neck. Put your seeds or plants around the olla and fill it with water. The watering radius is based on the size of the Olla. Remember the pots pores allow water to slowly seep through directly to the plants roots. Great for Moringa Trees, which can get root rot quickly. The topsoil stays dry eliminating unwanted weeds and less stress to plants. Providing increased yields for veggies, fruit, herbs etc. Note: If you have chlorine in your water, the chlorine will dissipate overnight out of the olla and deliver non-chlorinated water to your plants. For this, you can also add organic fertilizers. Water base fertilizers are best; you don't want to clog the Olla pores with heavy partials. This is a highly efficient way to conserve water!
Are you aware of this sneaky sign that your body is fighting off an infection? (Photo: Getty Images)
When you have a bump or lump beneath the skin, your mind probably jumps to assume it’s either benign — like an itchy bug bite — or very serious — like cancer. But here’s something you may not have realized: That lump could actually be a swollen lymph node, an indicator that your body is fighting off an infection.
Many people are aware that swollen lymph nodes under the chin are a sign of sickness, but most don’t realize that those aren’t the only lymph nodes a person has. It’s understandable, then, that you might be a little concerned if you stumble across a swollen lymph node in a place you weren’t expecting — say, your arm or genitals.
In fact, “we have more than 500 lymph nodes located all over the body,” says Baltimore-area primary care physician Kathryn Boling, MD. Read Full Article: https://www.yahoo.com/health/the-weird-sign-youre-getting-sick-111287730352.html
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Now, in the beginning came a solid fast growing breed of seed. Revealing good qualities for its life source. Properly raised in the perfect soil at a pH level of 6.5, a balanced eco-system of organically raised micro-organisms. The (6) six Moringa species that we produce from seed all display a consistent look of healthy green leaves with promising stalks. Get started properly, begin your Moringa journey with us, it will only get better!
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Here we pride ourselves in providing all with access to any informative knowledge pertaining to the Moringa Tree and other medicinal herbs. Utilizing viable permaculture methods to help secure our future. We are committed to being a righteous source for homegrown, Non-GMO, organically raised Moringa Trees, and other medicinal herbs. We also own a seed germination rate at almost 100%. Sincerely structured, we specialize in growing healthy Moringa Trees and other traditional herbs as a duty. Our herbal history became a personal obligation over a decade ago, requiring timeless undivided attention getting to know our plant species and what really works for the human body.
Here at Healing Moringa Tree, it doesn't matter the pot or the pot size, we'll make it work!
This is what we call the Moringa Testing Ground; a pre-mixed organic mountain of soil containing over 500 moringa oleifera seeds. At five inches in height, our seedlings here proved to be drought tolerant after going a total of 12 hours without any water. Past challenges with other Moringa Seed vendors were unfortunate, because there seeds took weeks to germinate and the seedlings acted as if they were stunted per DNA, allowing the Moringa to grow an inch a month, or to just totally die off for no apparent reason. Yes we've been bumbed-out too, with high expectations, only to gain more respect for a plant species that shouldn't be hindered from its proper way of production. With this, take a good look at this photo, at the end of August, 2015, the Moringa here should reach to about five to six feet in height. Will keep ya updated...
Yes! there is a difference in the size of the leaves when it comes to the Moringa Oleifera. From personal experience, anticipating on my first ground planted Moringa to show its true colors once it had reached maturity. I've come to learn, that this Moringa tree first and foremost grew quite slowly verses the newly purchased seeds we had obtained and were also growing. Well attempting to keep hopes up high towards our planted Moringa, our seedling stock began to flourish even faster, demanding that i took notice of the nickle-size leaves weighing their branches down. The planted Moringa produced leaves the size of peas in a cluster form and for one entire year this tree only grew to about 2 feet. Now on the other hand our Large leave seedlings have reached up to 8 feet in a year and ever so proudly brandishing quarter size leaves. You go figure....
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