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Chapter 1 – The star-seed concept

The book presents originally and synthetically the following topics:

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Introduction

Chapter 4 – Compulsory activities of Sirian star-seed beings during incarnations on planet Earth

Star Seeds From Sirius – Silviu Suliță

The book presents originally and synthetically the following topics:
– The star-seed concept.
– The journey of Sirians’ souls from Sirius star system to Earth.
– Problems encountered by Sirian star-seed beings during incarnations on planet Earth.
– Compulsory activities of Sirian star-seed beings during incarnations on planet Earth.
– The interventions of The Council Of Spiritual Guides on Sirian star-seed’s destiny.

Keith and his colleagues bred the Imperial Star Variety in the Imperial Valley of California, thus the name “Imperial” was used for the name of the variety. Colorado is the Spanish word meaning “Colorado”, thus Colorado Star. Both were originally bred in Imperial Valley. And the first commercial seed crops were grown in Yuma, Arizona by Pat Cooley, and he has produced the exact same varieties for over 20 years. Keith and Pat rogued the crops to make improvements in color, shape , yield and uniformity. You will get “Genuine Imperial Star and Colorado Star”.

Artichokes grown from seed in temperate zones may take about 100 days to mature. In cold climates, it may take up to 160 days or so.

Transplants are better than planting seeds in the ground. You need about 2 plants per person and more if you want to give some away or sell what you grow. We provide a very generous 40 seed with your order. You should get 25 to 30 transplants from the seed.

Artichoke seed is bigger than a grain of rice. It has a hard seed coat and takes 10-15 days to germinate. Transplants need to be started 6-8 weeks before the last week of frost in your area.

Artichokes may be grown in containers and indoors. It takes a large container about two feet wide. Supplemental light is needed for good growth.

Imperial Star artichokes need lots of space. Usually 3 feet between plants and 5 feet between rows. Colorado Star can be planted 2 1/2 feet apart. They grow up to 4 feet tall or more.

Artichokes grow rapidly once they reach a dinner plate in size. They require frequent irrigation to keep the soil moist but not soggy or dry. They also need lots of fertilizer to reach their full potential.

Artichokes prefer a Mediterranean temperature (cool 50-60 F weather) but they are grown in the desert with harvest mid and late winter. However, they can be grown in cold climates with extra steps for protection. Artichokes are successfully grown in the Northern States when grown as annuals. Some have had success at 14F temperature by covering them. More information will be sent with the seed.

Artichokes produce one large bud on the main stalk (king choke) and 4-6 smaller chokes on the secondary branches. Another group of smaller buds is produced down further on the plant. And smaller silver dollar-sized bud and quarter-sized buds are produced all over the lower foliage. ALL ARE EDIBLE AND DELICIOUS. More information is provided with the seed order.