[NAFEX] God's gardening guide

Richard Harrison rharrison922 at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 13 08:45:10 EDT 2009

   Interesting. There was a group of Christians in the mid-West somewhere doing that about 20 years ago. No irrigation, prayed for rainfall, etc. You won't hear much about it because probably most folks believe in science and sweat and would scoff at such. But like I said prior, some folks believe in science and chemicals and grow vegetables and some folks believe in organics and little science and grow vegetables. Both can be successful and contented with what they grow.
   I have read somewhere, that fruit trees can benefit from the electromagnetic field underneath the power line and produce more fruit. So maybe the NC man HAS something---and maybe has NEVER even heard about electromagnetic fields purportedly causing increased yields?
    Where I am, no one plants under the big transmission lines because either the power company doesn't allow it, or the land is subject to be run over by power equipment without any warning and destroy any crops there. I often see cows grazing under it, though.

--- On Sat, 6/13/09, fuwa fuwa usagi <fuwafuwausagi at muchomail.com> wrote:

From: fuwa fuwa usagi <fuwafuwausagi at muchomail.com>
Subject: [NAFEX] God's gardening guide
To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 12:31 AM

It was written:

Personally, I look at food like the scripture says, " every 
creature(referring to meat here---or food) of God is good, and nothing 
to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving. For it is sanctified 
by the word of God and prayer."? I try to pray over everything that I 
eat. I don't know(for sure) what's in the food that I eat(and literally 
noone does). But I know faith always works.

My reply:

There is an older man who has a farm stand where he grows everything he sells located in Charlotte NC.  He grows under the electrical power line because the land is cheap.   What is interesting is he claims he grows according to the bible and it is his gardening guide.  He works the plot with his son.  Walking around with him is a delight as he quotes scripture and works the land.  The man is happy in what he does, and he does it very well.

I hope to interview him next time I make a trip there.  I spent a few hours with him maybe 10 year ago and was fascinated by his irrigation methods etc.  It took me several days to recall where he was actually located.  Rozzelles Ferry Rd and Norwood for those interested.  Not exactly a neighborhood for most Nafex folks, from what I have seen, but it is safe enough for we fluffy bunny types.  



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