The flow forms are fed by a 250 gallon reservoir with the flow controlled by a knife gate valve. The bottom tank holds 150 gallons and is drained when full with a sewage ejection pump operated by a float switch. NSO uses this system to 'condition' water for compost tea brewing, water for stirring of the biodynamic preparations and direct use on the field. This unit is also used for water conditioning and restoration in estuaries, sewage treatment plants, manure containment lagoons and winery waste water treatment.
In the center flow form are citrine crystals. These flow forms energize the water and may be used to energize crystals for use in meditation and other earth healing devices. Comments from clients who have had crystals 'washed' in the flow forms indicate how much more light and energy is emitted from the crystals after this treatment.
The compost tea brewing area was set up in 2004 after years of trialing the brewers in different set ups and situations. The large green tank is a 1500 gallon reservoir for creating "pond water" that is used to fill the other brewers and the biodynamic stirring machine. The other containers are used to make various teas including fish emulsion from a local fish cutting house, local seaweed extracts from seaweeds collected from near-by beaches, nettles tea and equisetum tea.
This unit is an earlier 250 gallon brewer with a cone bottom tank. This tank was acquired from Aquatic Eco-Systems and fitted with the Vortex Brewer® manifold system. Makes a great vortex and field spray, is easy to clean and tolerates lots of Sun light. A stand must be built for it, as the stand you may get from AE does not accomodate the manifild.