Philip S. Callahan has several books on paramagnetism. He is a Ph.D. and
a very interesting Author and person.
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I was wondering if anyone could help me:
I heard reference the other day to 'paramagnetism' of basaltic materials =
in, and as an amendment to, soils... and the ability of such materials =
to influence nutrient availability and/or plant health/vigour.
Is anyone familiar with the specifics of this theory and just what this =
'paramagnetic' influence is. =20
I farm on the basaltic red krasnozem soils of the ex-rainforest region =
of Nth NSW Australia (Sub-tropical) and have heard anecdotes of =
hail-attracting bands of basalt in various localities here. Is this a =
part of this effect too?
Any pointers as to where a might find more information much appreciated.
Tuckombil Native Foods
PO Box 281
ALSTONVILLE NSW 2477
Fax/Tel +61 2 6628 5558 =20
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