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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Discussion after Lecture 4
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    • What kind of potash did you mean, when you said it might be
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • all that is akin to these — limestone, potash, sodium
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • potash, chlorine, etc., even iron — all these are essential in
    • into account, as she does if we fail to take into account her potash
    • the other hand, to have the proper phosphoric acid, potash and limestone-content
    • realm; notably with potash salts, for instance. As to the mere
    • quantity of potash salts which the plant needs for its growth, no doubt
    • a little of these things is already known. It is well-known that potash-salts
    • (or potash, generally speaking) carry the growth rather into those regions
    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • combined in a truly model way with potash, not only works magnificently
    • that is, in addition to potash, also the calcium compounds.
    • is distinguished by its strong potash and calcium contents. The facts
    • are these: Yarrow mainly develops its sulphur-force in the potash-formative
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • really transmutes the potash, for example, into nitrogen, provided only
    • that the potash is working properly in the organic process. Nay more,
    • influence of hydrogen, limestone and potash are constantly being transmuted
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • being, manifests at one time as gold, at another time as potash, lime,
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XV
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    • other hand the process which consists in the formation of potash
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • lime and their allied substances, (limestone, potash and
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
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    • QUESTION: What kind of potash is it which can be used during
    • ANSWER: Potash of magnesium (Kali magnesia).
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • potash, chlorine, etc. — even iron, all these are of
    • mercy, if we do not pay proper regard to potash,
    • phosphoric acid, potash and limestone in the soil, it must be
    • with potash salts. We must not have regard merely to the
    • quantity of the potash salts which the plant requires (as is
    • well known, it is the potash salts which give the plant
    • structure) the main thing is that this potash content shall be
    • distribution, standing in an ideal combination with potash,
    • necessary for plant growth: not only potash but also calcium
    • and its compounds. In yarrow potash forces are predominant. If
    • that camomile is distinguished by the amount of potash
    • sulphur forces especially in the potash-formative process, and
    • required to “workup” potash. The camomile,
    • explained. Again, in addition to the potash and calcium which
    • for example, transform potash into nitrogen provided only
    • that the potash is working in the right way and. will do the
    • hydrogen, lime and potash are constantly being changed
    • potash — but not the calcium. In order to set up
    • proportion of potash and silicon in it, is able when added in



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