Water is an altered form of water. Nature itself alters many different
substances, but in this case, the water is altered by a patented
catalyst. When the catalyst micelle is added to regular water, it
alters the molecular structure of the water. Changing a substance's
structure results in changes to its known properties ... diamonds
and graphite are very different forms of carbon. Diamonds are hard--Graphite
is soft. Real Willard Water has some very unusual properties, setting
it apart from regular water. For information on using Willard Water
as a supplement - click
garden and farm uses below.
The range of application is extremely broad. You should get excellent
results whether you use Willard Water sparingly or abundantly. It's
best not to use with heavy applications of high-nitrogen fertilizer.
Willard Water can be used to:
1. Treat the seed before planting with a solution made up of 2 oz
of Willard Water concentrate and one gallon of water.
2. Spray the foliage anywhere from once in a growing season, to
once a week during the growing season. Use a weaker solution of
the water. Some people mix up the regular solution recommended for
drinking (one oz to one gallon of water) then they put one or two
ounces of this solution in a gallon of regular water and spray the
plants with it.
For plants, trees, shrubs, etc., use XLR-8 PLUS concentrate in the
ratio of one oz to 24 gallons of water. Water every 4-5 weeks with
Water has been known to increase production, and produce higher-quality
produce with longer "keeping" qualities.
An oz of Willard Water concentrate in each five gallons of water/chemical
mixture should allow the use of the fertilizer or other chemical
at 1ž4 to 1ž2 the normal rate. However, we at Rhio's Raw Energy
recommend only using organic fertilizers, such as rock dust, composted
manure, humus, etc.
Preparing Seeds For Planting
Mix two oz of XLR-8 Plus concentrate per gallon of water and spray
the seeds until they are moist. Plant after the seeds become dry
again. Seeds may also be planted in the soil and then sprayed very
lightly with the solution. Users have reported that seed treatment
with the solution results in a faster and higher rate of germination,
producing plants that grow much faster than those from untreated
one oz of concentrate to one gallon of water. Spray the roots and
soil until moist, then transplant. (If the soil you are transplanting
into has recently been fertilized, use a weaker solution... one
oz of concentrate to four gallons of water).
one oz of concentrate to one gallon of water. Place the cuttings
in this solution until properly rooted.
The life of cut flowers can be extended by adding diluted concentrate
(one oz concentrate to one gallon of water) to the water in the
vase, dipping the cut ends in that solution, or spraying flowers
and foliage with it.