GARDEN EXPERIMENT

Organic Growing Experiments to Demonstrate the Effect of High Voltage Water on Crops

Experiment Details

In the summer of 2021 Dúnedain performed an experiment growing crops. We divided a garden in half - the east side crops were fed normal, or un-vitalized water (called “control” water), and the west side crops were fed “vitalized” water. Other than the water, all other conditions were identical: same soil type, same size raised beds, same seed types, and no fertilizers used.

Below is a photo of (almost) the entire garden, taken at about the 5 week mark. The left / west side are the vitalized fed plants; the right / east side are the control water fed plants.

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The garden vegetable experiment was a huge success. The contrast between vitalized fed veggies versus control veggies was significant in the following areas: biomass, voltage / resistance, seed germination, rate of maturation, root growth, nutrient density.

On average the total biomass increase in vitalized crops was 120%.

Harvested hemp, day 59
Vitalized: 150% increase in biomass
Harvested sunflower, day 59
Vitalized: 72% increase in biomass
Harvested radish, day 27
Vitalized: 154% increase in biomass
Harvested green beans, day 72
Vitalized: 143% increase in biomass
Harvested carrots, day 78
Vitalized: 122% increase in biomass

The water voltage is more than doubled after vitalization, while resistance (measured in “ohms”) is decreased by nearly 60%.

In every case, more vitalized seeds germinated as compared to control plants. Most notable were the hemp seeds - 12% of the control hemp seeds germinated, while 85% of the vitalized seeds germinated.

In every case, more vitalized seeds germinated as compared to control plants. Most notable were the hemp seeds - 12% of the control hemp seeds germinated, while 85% of the vitalized seeds germinated.

In all of the species grown, differences in root size and complexity were observed. All vitalized water fed plants showed bigger root growth, and also lots of tiny root fibers with significant density. Below are common examples of sunflower and hemp root comparisons.

While the quantity metrics are impressive, quantity differences are important as well. A nutrition analysis was performed on several of the crops, control plants compared to vitalized. The average mineral increase for the vitalized crops are listed below.

  • Nitrogen: 27%
  • Phosphorus: 53%
  • Potassium: 81%
  • Iron: 96%
  • Zinc: 73%
  • Magnesium: 24%
  • Calcium: 2.7%
  • Sulfur: 7%

Moving forward

In 2022 Dúnedain would like to expand our garden experiments. We are interested in scaling up the operation to include much larger outputs, including a specific interest in growing larger amounts of bamboo, hemp and soy beans. We have constructed higher volume output vitalizers in anticipation of acquiring larger tracts of land.

Please contact us if you have any interest in participating.