The use of electrical and energetic stimulation offers numerous benefits for both the plants, growers, and consumers. These techniques, known as "electroculture", or more generally, "enegetic agriculture" has been studied by scientists for over a hundred years, and have been shown to improve growth rates and enhance plant metabolism.
One of the key benefits of is a big increase in growth rate! The application of electrical currents and energies of all different kinds stimulates the synthesis of natural growth hormones, such as auxins and gibberellins, leading to larger, stronger plants with more branches and leaves. This is evident in the increased size and weight of the plants, and their improved stem and stalk growth.
The stimulation also leads to an improvement in the leaves, which grow more abundant and have a larger surface area and deeper green color, due to increased chloroplast activity and photosynthesis. This increases the plants' ability to produce food, as well as improved flowering and fruiting. Flowers have been observed to have brighter and more colorful blooms, and fruits and vegetables grow faster, in greater numbers and larger sizes.
Energetic stimulation also results in a substantial increase in plant metabolism, leading to an improvement in the plant's energy production and nutrient density. This not only allows for faster growth but also improves the plant's ability to resist diseases and pests, such as fungal infections and insect infestations.
By using electrical stimulation, growers can produce healthier and more nutrient-dense crops, leading to higher profits. The improved nutrient density of the crops results in a higher-quality product that can command a higher price. In addition, by reducing their reliance on chemical pesticides and fertilizers, growers can contribute to a more sustainable and healthy food system.
In conclusion, energetic agriculture offers numerous benefits to both the plants and those who grow and those that consume them, providing improved growth rates, enhanced plant metabolism, disease resistance, and reduced water usage. As research in this field continues to advance, we can expect to see even more benefits of this amazing field to emerge in the future!