Soaking seeds with Ormus
Use a 1 to 2 % of solution for soaking your seeds.
So 1.28 oz to 2.56 oz per gallon dilution ration max.
Basic Dilution Ratio is 1oz per gallon of water
Then soak seeds
Alfalfa 8 hours
Almonds 8 - 12 hours
Barley 6 - 8 hours
Broccoli 8 hours
Buckwheat 6 hours
Chickpeas 12 hours
Clover 4 - 6 hours
Kamut 7 hours
Pumpkin Seed hulled 8 hours
Quinoa 2 hours
Watercress 4 - 6 hours
Sesame Seeds 8 hours
Sunflower Seeds Hulled 2 hours
So you can see it depends on the size of the seeds plus add enough solution
so there will be enough for them to soak and have some left over.
An 8 oz bottle provides you with 16 gallons of Ormus water at the use rate of 1 tablespoon per
gallon as the 32 ounce bottle will provide 64 gallons of Ormus water.
Application times If in an intensive operation, use twice to three times per crop.
Once at the beginning of the vegetative state, then just as flowering stage begins and then again
about half-way through the fruiting season.
Dilution Choices: Always dilute the Ormus with water
prior to use. Use at a concentration at or less than 1%
strength. One gallon of Ormus added to 128 gallons of water equals a 1% solution.
About 2 tablespoons (one ounce) per gallon equals a ~0.9% solution.
There is latitude either side of this value.
Three tablespoons/1.5 ounces on the high side and one teaspoon/gallon on the low end works
in nearly all situations.