Sea Energy Agriculture
Reprinted by popular demand! Maynard Murray was a medical doctor who researched the crucial importance of minerals — especially trace elements — to plants and animals. Beginning in 1938 and continuing through the 1950s, Dr. Murray used sea solids — mineral salts remaining after water is evaporated from ocean water — as fertilizer on a variety of vegetables, fruits and grains. His extensive experiments demonstrated repeatedly and conclusively that plants fertilized with sea solids and animals fed sea-solid-fertilized feeds grow stronger and more resistant to disease.
Sea Energy Agriculture recounts Murray’s experiments and presents his astounding conclusions. The work of this eco-ag pioneer was largely ignored during his lifetime, and his book became a lost classic — out of print for over 25 years. Now this rare volume is available to a new generation of readers.
Copyright 1976, 2003, softcover, 109 pages. 80 per case.
Learned a lot about mineral deficiency and how to correct the problem
Awesome, thanks allot. Stuff like this needs to be saved from the memory hole. Thanks for having it available to us
A friend of mine did the Dr, Murray style experiment growing two tomato plants side but side. One was fertilized normally (NPK), the other with diluted sea water (from NJ, ewe!). The NPK plant developed leaf curl and other “stuff.” The sea water plant was healthy and happy with good tasting tomatoes! She then started sea watering the NPK plant and while it did not cure the damage , the remainder of the growth became healthy and productive!. Hurray for Dr. Murray!
Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture
Thanks for sharing -- I need to do that experiment around my tomato plants too. - Ryan
It only makes sense!
I highly recommend this book to everyone that grows something for eats something. Sea Energy Agriculture is the book that brought me to my senses to switch from conventional to regenerative ag. I could not understand how 50 pounds of sea mineral could influence 2,000,000 pounds of soil per acre. Now I see that everything is made to work together and that small details can make big improvements. The book is short, yet easy to read and understand, and will show you how to greatly improve the quality of your crops and livestock. The book also promises of greatly improved health of humans, animals, and crops. In my experience, these promises deliver with authority and only get better year over year.