If I understand correctly, kelp is a seaweed, and the word is also applied to the ashes of burnt seaweed. In addition, kelp should be available in abundance after the
shift, that is of course if we're located near a coastline. According to the Zetas, "the oceans will be lush." According to "The Seed-Starter's Handbook" by Nancy
Bubel, kelp can:
- Increase crop yields
- Lengthen storage life of fruits and vegetables
- Improve seed germination
- Add frost-resistance to growing plants
- Improve resistance to insects and fungi
Over the centuries, the author says, kelp has been used to improve the soil in both Europe and Asia.
Offered by Mike.