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The Farm-A-Yard podcast brings inspiration and new thought about growing Healthy People

In this episode, Linda digs deep into the connection between the weedkiller Roundup in our gut and how we feel. As always she comes to the table with a solution for everyone so come join the conversation and listen in. 

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060 - Double, Double Toil and Trouble. I Just Made an Orgone Bubble!

with host Linda Borghi

 

In this episode, I speak about this very new discovery of the Orgone Bubble. It captured me to the extent that I built my own bubble and I give you the “What’s Needed” list along with the process on “How To”.

What more could you ask for?

 

Video of my Orgone Bubble Device: https://youtu.be/W8-HM64PN84

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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059 - The Dirty Dozen

with host Linda Borghi

In this episode I will review the Environmental Working Groups’ list of the 12 fruits and vegetables that you want to stay away from if grown conventionally and the 15 clean fruits and veggies that can be eaten if grown conventionally.

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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058 - Rock Mountain Seed Alliance with Guest Bill McDorman

And host Linda Borghi

 

In this episode, I am speaking with Bill McDorman, the executive director of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance. We discuss “The State of The Seed” and how we can all play a part in the saving of seeds.

 

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https://rockymountainseeds.org/

https://dd200.isrefer.com/go/SSOSP/RMS1

http://seedlibraries.weebly.com/

https://www.seedambassadors.org/docs/seedzine4handout.pdf

 

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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057 - Did you know that anyone can build a vortex brewer? with guest Rocky Peruch

with host Linda Borghi

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In this episode my guest Angelo (aka Rocky) Peruch was a student that attended a 7-day conference on Star Island, NH in which I was the sole speaker. He was so inspired by the information that when he returned home he began implementing what he learned and built a 5-gallon vortex brewer. Not only did he build a brewer he started making compost, brewing compost tea and began vermicomposting.

Rocky was so kind as to give us the directions to build the brewer, including a materials list and a video which I have included below.

So…...go ahead and build your own brewer and let us know how it went.

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  • https://youtu.be/MNo2S6XMaBA - How to build a vortex brewer
  • A list of  what you will need :

    So, here you see the components of my version of a vortex machine. In the Engineering profession, this is what we would call a proof-of-concept or Alpha prototype. It works well, so I haven’t felt the need to make any improvements.

    Components include:

    1 - 5-gallon bucket
    1 - Feedthrough fitting (water heater department)
    5 - 90 degree 3⁄4” PVC elbows
    1 - Coupling, 3⁄4” PVC to 1⁄2” pipe thread
    1 - Coupling, 1⁄2” pipe thread to hose fitting (at pump inlet) 1 - 800 GPH submersible pump (garden hose flow)
    1 - Tee fitting, 1⁄2” pipe to PVC (connects to pump outlet)
    3 - ball-type shut off valves
    1 - Tee fitting, 3⁄4” PVC to 1⁄2” pipe thread
    1 - Coupling, 1⁄2” pipe thread to hose end.
    1 - Cap for hose end
    1 - Small piece of garden hose
    2 - 45 degree 3⁄4” PVC elbows
    2 - Reducers, 3⁄4” PVC to 1⁄2” pipe thread (for flexible hoses) 2 - flexible hose assys
    2 - U-Clamps
    4ft of 1⁄2” vinyl tubing
    1 – Adapter, 1⁄2” tubing to 1⁄2” pipe thread
    1 – Cap, 1⁄2”

    1 – small Fountain pump. (I used a Danner 120 GPH pump, but a smaller 70 GPH pump should also work).
    Small hose clamps
    1 - Large plastic bin with lid

    About 4ft of 3⁄4” PVC tubing Blocks for bucket

    All of these components can be purchased at your local hardware store and Pet or Garden store. Tools you will need are a PVC tubing cutter (much quicker and easier than a hacksaw), PVC primer and cement, electric drill w/ 1⁄4” drill bit (drain hole), 1” drill bit (feedthrough and inlet lines), round file (for inlet and feedthrough fittings) and an assortment of screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches, etc.

    One thing that I want to point out is that my choice of a submersible pump was somewhat by accident, but it works in this application and is the reason for the large plastic bin. I purchased the pump at Home Depot and two different associates assured me that the pump did not have to be submerged (which is, what I guess I wanted to hear). So, taking their word for it (which is highly unusual for me, but somewhat fortuitous), I forewent reading the instructions and constructed my first prototype. Upon powering it up however, I noticed water leaking from the pump. I soon discovered that the pump diverts some of the intake water internally, through the pump and out through a small discharge hole in the rear of the pump. After researching some options for a non-submersible type

    pumps, which are much larger and much more expensive, I decided to solve the problem by putting the bottom half of the machine in a large plastic tray so that the pump would be submerged. That solved the problem, but required that I periodically scoop some water from the plastic bin back into the bucket. This is the water that flows through the internal part of the pump and is discharged into the bin (about 700ml/min). I didn’t see this as a big issue as I need to attend the process anyway to reverse flow about every 2-3 minutes. Eventually, I decided to put another small pump in the bin to pump water from the bin back into the bucket. You will see this when I fire up the vortex machine. It’s your choice if you want to add the second pump or save some $$ and do it by hand. Again, you will need to attend the process, so it’s no big deal to do it by hand.

     

Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

 

 

 

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056 - A Series: Did you know the power in a bubble? With Bubba Dumass

Host Linda Borghi & Guest Bubba Dumass

Here we go again!  Bubba Dumass lives near Andrews Airforce Base in the desert. Bubba is having amazing results for plants and he is actually changing the temperature in the desert! Bubba is an earth healer. He discusses the orgone accumulator and other instruments that improve the orgone energy.  Bubba’s experience with orgone and growing plants is absolutely amazing!

Bubba Dumass was born and raised in Texas.  Many lifetimes later he has settled in California on ten acres of land.  
Bubba studied under the scientist Masaru Emoto, who showed how human consciousness has an effect on water.  Bubba takes Emotos concepts a step further by showing us how we can "talk to the water within us" with words and music and why we should always be doing this.
Bubba has an appreciation for all living things, but especially for trees and the earth, and he will explain why they are so important in our lives. 

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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055 - A Series: Did you know the power in a bubble? with Monica Quintero G.

Host Linda Borghi & Guest Monica Quintero G.

 

This series on energy is like a cheese board sampler!

Monica Quintero has a Masters in Finance but shifted over 20 years ago when she found her soul’s way.   This episode gets up close and personal with the experience of orgone energy. So what is orgone energy? Linda and Monica simplify the understanding of this energy that is all around us and share some of their experiences.  This is just another tool in the box that some may want to use to enhance their gardening experience and/or personal healing journey.

 

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Links to the "stuff" you will need to build a bubble:

https://www.amazon.com/SGDOLL-Frequency-Portable-Handheld-Tightening/dp/B07FKG57XY/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1532716821&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=facial+high+frequency+wand&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/OMAYKEY-Ceramic-Infrared-Emitter-Brooder/dp/B075XJXPGC/ref=sr_1_9_sspa?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1532716897&sr=1-9-spons&keywords=ceramic+infrared+lamp+70w&psc=1

 

Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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054 - A Series: Did you know the power in a bubble? With Mike Emery

Linda Borghi & Guest Mike Emery

 

Linda interviews Mike Emery from England, a Physicist, who is connected to a team from around the world, who have been involved in orgone energy for a very long time. He shares how to make an orgone collector/distributor that creates a bubble of energy and some of its healing benefits. The earth, the source of orgone, is full of healing energy. Fascinating information. Bucket up!  Consumer Alert: This series goes into the ethers!

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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 053 - A Yard Farming Engineer from Spokane, brilliant young man!

Soil Chromatograms...What?!  Buckle up for the amazing journey of a very thoughtful young man! What he is accomplishing and the questions he’s been asking has led him down a fascinating road!  Have you ever heard of Korean Farming? Well, if you are curious, you won’t want to miss this intriguing episode! I learned things in this episode that I definitely want to apply!  Yard farmers are the most interesting people!!

 

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Check out these Links from Ryan

 

Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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052 - Weedkiller for Breakfast?

with host Linda Borghi

 

Linda’s story of becoming an activist for food, grew out of her personal experience and concern for her family as well as all families, and has driven her passion then, and now.

Quoting “The Detox Project”, Linda shares some alarming facts surrounding the toxic reality affecting common foods.  The Farm-A-Yard network is connecting us and changing the food landscape for the better! Unleash your inner farmer! Find out more at:  https://seed.farm-a-yard.com/

 

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