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  • Harriet Mella

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    September 10, 2021 at 5:22 am
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    Yes, we can do that. Send me a private message for my adress, please.

    So we can narrow down, what is happening there.

    What certainly changed in that setting is the water use efficiency. Cosidering that the block is “overplanted” in terms of density and is in full sun exposure with a rooting depth of roughly 50 cm, I should need to be watering all the time. This is not the case, on the opposite – I rather have the feeling that I should do it as a precaution, not because I see stress. On the ordinary raised bed, plants have been suffering severe drought stress every day despite my efforts to provide correct moisture.

    I assume that the paramagnetism and magnetoculture techniques help the plants to recruit and lift the water (I research that topic since years, and I have some hypothesis what could be happening, but I am far from an understanding as I would like to have it). This was just a check to see if something happens if we combine microbes, gas exchange and “physics”, and it looks like it is worth to pursue it.