Zero Boost CH3
From Caustic Nanocoated Copper & Galvanized Chicken Mesh ( left over mesh from using Armens Method found on youtube is now nanocoated iron that has trace elements of zinc which help facilitate the carbon field in the "C" of "CH3". In the zero boost we don't use wires, LEDs or electricity. The bamboo stick still carries a transfer of energy but is very resistive and can even be charred for more conductive properties that are near Plasmatic. In this case I'm not burning the bamboo to keep a higher resistance between the nanocoated copper and nanocoated chicken wire.
Comment 1 from Mark House
Make a tub of good (per liter) proportion of 35~40 grams of your choice of salt in your chosen water. This amount is equivalent to sea water salinity, and use it in that proportion equally throughout the harvests.
Experiment with nano coated copper of varying sizes to get the results you are looking for.
Choices are nano coated copper wire coils, nano coated copper scrubbers, nano coated copper plates.
Comment 2 from Justin Smith
Mark is correct. You will have to try various tests sometimes on your own. The surface area of nanocoated materials are greatly increased by the nanocoating processes. Sometime these nano layers can be near 90,000 layers. If you do a good nanocoating versus a rushed lesser quality nanocoating will make a big difference in the life time of the nanocoated materials.
Need very little salt for the iron as it is very giving and that is also why the proportional difference. For the 5-5 gallon buckets I first add 2 pounds of salt and mix into 5 gallons. Then take 1 gallon of that in each bucket for one gallon of the mixed salt water to 4 gallons of fresh for a total of 2 lbs of salt to 25 gallons of water. Iron is very giving. If the salt is too high or resistance too low their will be a lot of iron matter in the gans. We wish to avoid this.
All the gans will fall off if they are handled or bumped. I tend to like to speed things up. So 24 hours later I pull them out and let them rust up again over night to replace again in the salt water again in the morning. This process is how I speed things up tremendously with the CH3. Those making cookbooks . Ill do this for a few weeks. One of the benefits is that the least amount of matter material ends up in the gans when they are tended to at this big of a volume. 25 gallons typically produces 3 gallons of CH3 in a month.