Hi Sir, Your work is really an inspiration. I hope it gets spread around the world.
I'm new to the concept and I have some questions. I would be grateful if I get answers.
Does Jadam Pesteside harm natural enemies?
Can a 98.5% sulfer be used to make JS since 99.9% sulfur is not available in my country?
What is the effect of nacl ca and mg on jms, js, jhs, and jwa? What is the maximum concentration of calcium, mg, and nacl allowed in water to be considered soft water? I conducted a water analysis and the results were: ca = 14.7 meq/L, mg = 5.8 meq/l, cl = 19.8 meq/L, and na = 9.6 meq/L. Can these concentrations be used in jadam?
Can limestone and marble powder be used instead of fylite?
Thank you for your interest in JADAM. JADAM natural pesticides may harm natural enemies. Fortunately, there is no major damage to spiders and bees.
When manufacturing JS, 99.9% sulfur is the best, but 98.5% can be used if unavoidable. Just a little bit of dregs will happen. 90% sulfur is not available. Too much dregs come out.
Expert knowledge on whether soft water is judged according to the content and interrelationship of each element is still lacking. To check the soft water, add a few drops of natural liquid soap to the water and check that the color of the water does not change.
Limestone is not recommended due to its high calcium content. Marble powder is available.