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|WSCP - charred animal bones in brown rice vinegar|
Today I made water soluble calcium phosphate (WSCP), a key input for making flowers and fruit development. It is also used to counteract the effects of too much nitrogen, which commonly occurs here in Onomea with our abundant rainfall. Ever wondered why all the plants grow so fast and are so green after a rain? The majority of the Earth's atmosphere is nitrogen and some comes down with the rain water. Nitrogen makes plants grow. WSCP helps counter it's effects. To make WSCP first boil some animal bones to remove everything, leaving just the bone. Then barbecue the bones so that they are black. After barbecuing they should be drastically lighter in weight. Next, place them in a container and pour in brown rice vinager until the vessel is 2/3 full. This leaves a third of the container at the top for air space, an important rule and concept always followed in Korean Natural Farming. The bones will bubble as the vinegar dissolves the calcium and phosphate into a water soluble form.