Happy New Year and a White Christmas video from Hawaii!

Last blog, just before Christmas, I had a snapshot of snow-capped Mauna Kea, in the northern part of the Big Island.  For Christmas, I went down to my new land at South Point, and it was a glorious, clear day with a full view of snow-capped Mauna Loa!  If you recall from last post, Mauna Loa, which means “long mountain”, is the largest cubic volume mountain in the world.  It is nearly 14,000 feet high, and still considered an active volcano.  Fortunately, my land is in Lava Zone 6, where it is highly unlikely to be affected by a lava flow.

I hope you have some amazing plans for 2018.  I’m planning to build on my land, and then have a Nutrition Grown(TM) orchard and garden, of course. Plus some horses!

Blessings for an awesome, dream-fulfilling year!  Dr. Jana

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  1. Wendy says:

    Aloha Dr Jana!
    I became a new ‘High brix’ ‘High nutrient density’ crops? rooftop SIP grower in Honolulu.
    I see you trade marked the ‘term’ is it? ‘Nutrition Grown’ is this what this type of super soil grown foods will be called? world wide?
    I’m seeing it emerging, pretty much world wide now.
    Yay! its such a good thing!
    ‘Remineralize the Earth’ campaign is touting it for climate mitigation.
    This is how we can put GM food to… the past.
    Congrats on you BEAUTIFUL land! Good for you!
    Lastly, if i havent before, i want to put a bug in your ear for growers like me to be certified. The urban & rooftop growers. (Testing on 2×2 &1/2 ft SIPS)
    How can we do whats needed?
    Aloha & Mahalo.. & Congrat’s
    Wendy 0:)

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    • Dr. Jana Bogs says:

      Hi Wendy! Thanks for “cheering on”!
      Yes, I trademarked the term “Nutrition Grown”, which I am hoping will catch on worldwide for foods with proven high nutrient content.
      You can become a certified Nutrition Grown(TM) producer by completing my Perfect Soil certification course. Click here to see more.
      Aloha, Dr. Jana

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