Category:Introduction to Plasma Technology for Food & Agriculture
Keshe Foundation Agriculture Brochure April 2019
(Here you can find: Food & Agriculture Devices & Applications)
Plants grow by interacting with the fields and not by absorbing the chemicals in the matter state. This understanding of field interactions allows us to use the different GANS materials for Plants, Animals, our Soils and Water. Plasma Technology in Agriculture will herald a new age of enhancing the health and well-being of plants and soils, which will in turn create the abundance needed for farmers to be economically stable. This will allow the farmer to take care of his environment, as well as working in harmony with nature.
Plasma Science opens up a new understanding of the Natural World around us. From the tiny bacteria to the largest tree and everything in-between, all is connected because we all come from the one source. The Plants are living plasma entities and we call them the “Vertical People”. Each Plant, Animal, Bacteria is a living reactor, giving and receiving fields and interacting with the fields from its environment.
Research conducted using the different GANS on plants has produced the following results: healthy plants, pest & disease resistant, longer shelf life, extended growing seasons and higher yields. We change the environment around the plants allowing them to cope with the extremes of heat and cold. Using selected GANS material in rivers and waterways has shown that biological and heavy metal contaminants can be reduced. Plasma Technology can also be used to improve the health of farmed animals, reducing the need for antibiotics. We are only beginning to discover the full benefits of Plasma Technology in Agriculture. Once the understanding has been reached the feeding of plants through field transfer will become a reality. Please join us to discover more.
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