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Rock Dust!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanna Campe Jun 25, 2013. 5 Replies


Mineral analyses for rock dust

Started this discussion. Last reply by William A Ellerbe Jan 26, 2013. 1 Reply

Facilitated by Tom Vanacore. All to do with having mineral analyses done for sources of rock dust. Especially for those who would like to market rock dust, but also those who are looking for local…Continue

Tags: analysis, mineral, analyses, Mineral

Finding and utilizing local sources of rock dust

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanna Campe Sep 17, 2013. 10 Replies

This is a discussion facilitated by Tom Vanacore.  Please feel free to ask questions and respond with your  experience and know-how.Continue

Tags: sources, local, dust, Rock

Radiation Protection, Bioremediation and Treatment with Rock Dust

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanna Campe Sep 17, 2013. 2 Replies

Discussion of ways to protect  yourself from radiation, treat radiation sickness and bioremediation of soils that have been exposed to radiation.Please reference this article on the website:From…Continue

Tags: sickness, protection, radiation, dust, bioremediation

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Aug 9
Joanna Campe left a comment for Matthew Cornelius
"Hi Matthew! I tried contacting you  by telephone,  could not hear you properly and then when I called back received a message saying that your mailbox was full. Please contact me directly at rather than…"
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Joanna Campe left a comment for Joanna Dornan
"Welcome,  Joanna! I hope you find lots of information here, and please feel very welcome to start a group for Wales! My best,  Joanna Campe"
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" Welcome Victor! Please feel welcome to share information about your interests and projects with us. Joanna Remineralize the Earth"
Feb 24
Joanna Campe replied to Aaron Fleming's discussion Limestone
"So sorry not to reply to this. I do not get emails sent to me alerting me to questions here at the forum. In the future I will try to respond. I know this is a very long time ago that US's question, but for those who want to take a look and…"
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"I hope that you manage to get a good group going for Australia! Knowing the region is very important to avoid high transport costs. Joanna Campe "
Sep 14, 2016
Joanna Campe left a comment for Ryan Low
"Hi Ryan, Looks like you have an amazing volcanic rock dust product available and I look forward to finding out more about it! Joanna"
Jun 1, 2016
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Nov 4, 2015
Morten Joergensen left a comment for Joanna Campe
"Hi Joanna. Thanks. I have been using rock dust for the last 7-8 years. I work with forestry and I have used rock dust in my own 1 hectare field. I will start to add my experiences here later, Morten"
Aug 19, 2015
Joanna Campe left a comment for Morten Joergensen
"Welcome! I would love to hear whether you have any experience so far with utilizing rock dust in Denmark and let me know if we can assist… Joanna"
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"Hi Joanna, Thanks for the welcome. I am actually working on a major project right now. Many exciting things. I plan to share more as soon as I can. Joshua"
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"Hi Joshua, Welcome to the Ning! I was in Puerto Rico in November for a conference and I met a group from Barbados. Also, one of our sponsors in a distributor of Azomite in Barbados. His name is Justin Atkinson.  Let me know if you are planning…"
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"I believe you can just join the group now. I wanted to send you an invitation, but I didn't see that option. Please feel welcome to change the picture and if you can't send me one."
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Joanna Campe left a comment for Joanna Campe
"I would welcome you to start the group! I had sent  a note to a volunteer to start it, but I would be very happy if you started it. Just  find a nice map of India, or your region if you want to stay more local and then make the title…"
Aug 18, 2014

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Online gardening course opportunity

Posted on February 18, 2014 at 3:59pm 0 Comments

Hi all,

An email I received today that I thought to share with you!

Please feel free to share your thoughts and opinions!

Joanna and RTE

Valentine's Day is here. This is the day popular culture celebrates love with kisses, chocolate, gifts and cards. Retail outlets are happy to sell us anything we need for that special day. Slick marketers create unique products or prices to commemorate "love"!

Meanwhile here I sit in Minnesota looking out the…


SeaAgri customers using SEA-90® Fertilizer and Livestock Essential Element Mineral report higher profits, increased crop production, plus outstanding pasture and herd improvements.

Posted on November 21, 2013 at 11:37am 0 Comments

At an extraordinary affordable cost SEA-90 natural sea minerals replenish

complex minerals and trace elements known to be deficient in our soils,

crops, pasture grasses and livestock. Complete mineral availability results

in increased production, improved soil and gut biology, increased nutrient

density values, and healthier livestock. SEA-90 is not a mineral mined from

old sea beds but rather created from fresh natural sea water several times



Remineralization In The Florence Community Gardens!

Posted on January 24, 2013 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

remineralize_final2 Watch this video of remineralization taking place last spring in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts! Here, rock dust is shown being added to the soil. When used to gardening, rock dust and been proven to increase the nutrients and vitality of gardens and plants. To learn…


Comment Wall (13 comments)

At 7:17pm on May 15, 2012, Thomas Vanacore said…

Hi, Joanna! I'm trying this online forum and am happy to participate. I left a comment for Dasha about what we can do to take the project to the next level, get more people in the mainstream to hear about the abundance of local and regional materials and start working with them! I'm glad you are pushing on with the work. You have been at this for so many years. Great going! I hope things really take off. Talk soon...

At 1:51am on May 16, 2012, Paul Kwan said…

Hi Joanna, I just spread all my 20 cubic meters of compost on the plot. It took over a month longer than what I have expected for the composting process to be finished. Hopefully I can starting growing on the plot and compare the results of different growing medium on the plants. Talk to you later. Paul

At 7:24am on May 16, 2012, Joanna Campe said…

Hi Paul,

Thanks for your news! Yes, hopefully you are still early enough into the growing season.

The e-mail inviting people was sent a little bit earlier than planned, and I'm wondering if you could set up a forum topic and group based on your needs, as well as with describe your project on a blog. We hope to have some scientists on board, who can also answer questions here and everybody can benefit from that.



At 4:58pm on May 18, 2012, Chester D, Davis said…

OK Joanna. I'll give that page a little attention this weekend.

At 9:56am on May 23, 2012, Paul Kwan said…

Ok Joanna.  I'll do that later when I get some spare time.

At 11:26am on December 13, 2013, Chenjia Zhu said…

Thank you! I'm really looking forward to working with the group :)

At 12:50pm on February 7, 2014, sachin shedshale said…


I am from India with a region highly irrigated from last 25 years and with a monoculture farming of sugarcane which made our fertile soil nutrient deficient leading to salinity and many more problems.

Thankyou for suggesting a group. would like to share your ideas too..



At 12:40pm on July 12, 2014, Rune Dahlgreen said…

Hi Joanna,

Thank you very much! I will promise to update with anything worth sharing. Unfortunately, at the present moment, I am not connected to any individuals or communities in Denmark who are aware of and/or utilize stonedust or other means of remineralization. 

Personally, I have rather recently got my attention to this website and a book by john hamaker and Julius henzel, and even though I am already convinced that this issue is easily one of the most crucially important matters of the world, I do not know that much about it yet, and really am just in the proces of educating my self starting at the basics. 

But I am certain that other people here in Denmark are focused on this subject, so I hope to get connected to some here in Denmark with practical experience of the remineralization of the soil and then I will be able to share what i know. 

Kind regards,


At 6:33am on August 17, 2014, Pachaimaram said…

Hi Joanna,

Thank you for adding me to the group. I'm just now taking baby steps from professional life back to taking care of the family farm. Therefore, I am just now educating myself on farming. Am trying to get the family farm back to a sustainable, organic mode and am learning about soils. In the process I just came across remineralize. I would like to join an India group, and provide it the support I can. 



At 10:36am on August 18, 2014, Pachaimaram said…

Then let's just get the group started!


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