75g in 35 litres of water per hectare
15g – 1 heaped desertspoon – in 7 to 10 litres of water per home garden (approx. 1000 square metres/quarter acre – 75g is sufficient for 5 home garden applications)
After 3pm add the soil activator to good quality water, using rain water if possible. If using town water, leave in the bucket for several hours so that the chlorine can evaporate. If using bore water, ensure that there is no contamination from excess iron, aluminium or calcium.
For a home garden, stir in a copper, stainless steel, glazed ceramic or a food grade plastic bucket with a stick or by hand, creating a vortex and then reversing the direction of stirring until you have created another vortex. Continue to stir in this manner for 20 minutes. This kind of stirring allows the powerful forces within the soil activator to be taken up by the water. Then sprinkle it out sparingly, in large droplets, over the garden and pot plants using a hearth brush.
For a farm, use a stirring machine or flowform, then strain into a spray tank and spray out in large droplets onto the soil in the same manner as for the other soil preparations.