THE MORNING SHOW
Back to Eden
The Creator Designed Everything Perfectly
After years of back-breaking toil in ground ravaged by the effects of man-made growing systems, Paul Gautschi has discovered a taste of what God intended for mankind in the garden of Eden. Some of the vital issues facing agriculture today include soil preparation, fertilization, irrigation, weed control, pest control, crop rotation, and PH issues. None of these issues exist in the unaltered state of nature or in Paul’s gardens and orchards.
“Back to Eden” invites you to take a walk with Paul as he teaches you sustainable organic growing methods that are capable of being implemented in diverse climates around the world.
-Soil Ph : 7.0 will make all the plants happy. It’s the natural balance
-Paul explains why he doesn’t water his garden
-Using woodchips for ground cover and great composting material for an abundance of minerals
-Why does our food no longer have minerals?
-Paul explains how to do a garden right. Following the cues of the Creator. How is the Creator doing it?
-Why Paul never has to fertilize his soil
-Eating the natural way by picking and eating your food and eating seasonal foods. The timing of nature is perfect; eating food when itshows up
-Minerals are the foundation of all of life
-Paul was exposed to Agent Orange and cannot even walk now. He still does all of his gardening and will not give up. He now eats a completely raw and live food diet
-A family of Homeschoolers
paul gautschi, remarkable way to grow food, august 27, 2013
August 27, 2013 @ 9:22 pm cab
What a wonderful show. Can you get Paul Gautchi (sp?) on the show on a regular basis? I think he’s got a lot of good stuff to teach.
Thank you for your wonderful radio program.
August 27, 2013 @ 9:31 pm cab
You should watch his documentary called “Back to Eden,” which you can find online, on how to grow a garden with no tilling, no weeding, no fertilizing, no watering, no rotating and no pesticides. I have watched that probably 30 times.
Paul Gautschi is an amazing person, another pioneer.
The information he shares is life changing. This was one of the best interviews you’ve done, and you have had some great guests on.
August 28, 2013 @ 7:11 pm Teresa
Concerning the part about vit b12, I had heard Paul say (on another video) that he eats several eggs a day from his chickens. I understand that pastured free range eggs would have b12. I don’t know why he didn’t say he ate them when asked about eating animal product unless he has stopped. I sure would like to know. That would explain why his levels are great even though he doesn’t eat meat.
August 29, 2013 @ 6:06 am S
Great show, thanks a bunch, I really enjoyed it. Perhaps you could suggest that Paul listen to those excellent shows you have done recently on MMS. I think it may help with detoxing that nasty agent orange.
August 31, 2013 @ 6:26 pm Dandelion
Paul is Great.
One thing about wood chips is there are some types of trees that have properties in the wood that is toxic for plants.
My friends in Hawaii had a sick garden for a couple of years after assuming all wood chips are the same. I’ve also seen this sickness occur in a few other gardens after using any random wood chips.
Paul might be fortunate to only have Trees that are OK for the garden.
Please Interview Paul again!
September 1, 2013 @ 9:40 am mushroomboy
HOLY! great interview! What a great man!
September 1, 2013 @ 11:29 am cab
Never, ever get chips from black walnut trees. Nor leaves, nor anything at all from them — you will get nothing to grow. Black walnut wood is good for burning for firewood or for making furniture — but not for woodchips in your garden!
September 1, 2013 @ 3:50 pm John Shore
In the videos online Paul has lines either side of his nose at the top and from Andreas Moritz’s info this is a sign that the liver is blocked/congested…
I’d pass on to Paul info on cleansing his liver. It could really help with his agent orange cleansing.. Also the Mini Beet Protocol would also be something for him to investigate from Robert Von Sarbacher as he has good beets.
This show however is amazing !! I was even outside today adding woodchips to areas of the garden…
I see this as a way to grow in my garden as I’m lazy :) or two busy to do all the “normal” gardening but this info seems so right.
Thanks Patrick and Sharon.
September 2, 2013 @ 1:15 pm cab
Rocks make good mulch too. Put big rocks on TOP of the mulch, and then if grass or weeds manage to poke through the mulch, just squash them with the rock. Paul says rocks are pure minerals. I piled a bunch of rocks in my mulched beds this year and added some dirt and planted stuff in as a kind of vegetable rock garden, and everything is doing great. I was thinking the plants would need more dirt but apparently not.
I like using cardboard instead of newspaper to put down over the grass before adding the chips. It lasts longer and covers more area, goes down easier.
I can’t wait until Paul comes on the show again so I can email in some questions. He doesn’t have email to ask him things, but this way we can feed him some questions. I want to ask him about his chickens. He said in his documentary Back to Eden that he keeps them more for the soil they produce than for the eggs. I have chickens and give them a bale of hay in their chicken house and they tear it up and spread it all over the concrete floor, turn it into litter and then into dust, light and fluffy and easy to scoop up with a big snow shovel and spread in the garden. I’ll be doing that soon before winter, Lord willing.
September 3, 2013 @ 8:28 am Kathy
I planted my first successful garden using what Paul had describe in the documentary. Its free to watch online and I highly recommend it. In addition, there is a facebook and an online community where you can ask questions.
Thanks to one of there contributors I was able to start this summer. I placed the newspaper onto the ground, added about 3-4 inches of composted material, then added almost 5 inches of wood chips, and then a thin (approx 1 inch) layer of organic (lol) cow manure.
This was my most successful garden since trying to garden all my adult life. Looking forward to next year. I plan on doubling the size of my gardens.
September 5, 2013 @ 11:49 am joseph
Fantastic interview Patrick! Please bring Paul back for Round 2
I thought of the following with regards to Paul’s physical challenge…”It is possible to have normal B12 levels in the body in general but a deficiency in nervous tissue. A test of homocysteine levels in the cerebrospinal fluid is a reliable test for nervous system deficiency, whereas the MMA urine test is not.”
“The only form of B12 used in the nervous system is methylcobalamin.”