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why trees dont grow

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kevin Heitman starts with ...
to all tree growers before planting any tree it is a must to us the diviners rod on the location you choose to plant your tree most trees don't like being in the dowsing zone like under ground streams particularly the edge of the stream where the rod turns in your hand there is another fernominer called the earths grids they space in squares at approximately 2meter square you will find that any plant that is on one of the grid lines or the cross over of the grid lines will not grow or fruit they also do not perform when you transplant theses stressed trees to a new location look up on the net geopathic stress this will explain it better
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morawa WA
10th August 2007 10:20pm
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Dekka says...
Say...what?
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11th August 2007 12:33am
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jim says...
Ok..Now can we can all get some sleep..
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12th August 2007 12:06am
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Anonymous says...
Jim and Dekka went to sleep. They could have learned something by looking up plants and geopathic stress. How do you figure why some trees have twisted boughs. After you have done this I expect a sorry note. Cheers Kevin
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Dekka says...
I am sorry, Kevin, very sorry indeed. I did look up geopathic stress as you suggested and the more I read, the more sorry I became... for those who propound such fernominer (spelled phenomena).
I would really like to know how thick these two metre grid-lines are and how far from them the plants must be in order to grow healthily. Also is this why those soccer ovals in England have that criss-cross pattern?
Seriously, pseudo-science does have a purpose...entertainment. Unfortunately it's usual purpose is to squeeze a quid out of those who want it to be true.
If you like I can sell you a quartz crystal that you can sticky-tape to the side of your car to get better fuel economy... honest.

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jim says...
Sorry Kevin.. Great to see you learnt how to punctuate your waffle. How do you figure why??
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15th August 2007 9:15pm
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Meggs says...
I thought most plant failure was due to interfacing. The potted plant soil or medium different to the ground soil the plant is planted into. The plant roots going into shock when encountering the new soil and the plant fails to thrive. I don't know anything about what you have mentioned Kevin, however I have to wonder about the areas of forest like the Amazon forest and the trees proximity etc. to grid lines, cross over line and ground streams.
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