Observe what happens when the moon is full or new.

When the moon is full or when the moon is close to the earth all the watery elements get drawn up.
So when you harvest fruits or grain on full moon, they will be harder to dry.
And just like the tides fungi, worms and other “critters” in the soil rise too.
Did you know on full moon, there is more leaf growth but fewer roots whereas on the new moon,
there is more root growth but less leaf?
Find out more in this clip.

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