DIATOMACEOUS EARTH

Question:

What is DIATOMACEOUS EARTH?

Answer:

Diatomaceous Earth (organic shell flour) is good for keeping seeds dry and preventing insect infestation. This allows us to leave the oxygen in the buckets of seed without worrying about insects. Removing the oxygen from the buckets will reduce the shelf life of the seed causing them not to sprout. If you are storing seed, we recommend that you open the buckets periodically (once or twice a year) to allow them to be aerated. You can pour them from one bucket to another.

Diatomaceous Earth washes off the seeds when they are soaked and rinsed. When used on grains, it is safe to eat, so you can leave it on when grinding grain into flour or cracking it for cereal. You never know it is there.

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