A slightly metaphysical gardening experiment
We recently did a hydroponic grow test utilizing three Aerogarden units growing the same type of plants and started at exactly the same time. We set this all up in a controlled environment and once the experiment began we kept our contact to a minimum.
What were we testing?
The unit on the right was testing water charged with 528 hz frequency sound via a small waterproof speaker immersed inside the reservoir during the growth. The unit in the center was structured water which was filled with the same tap water that was being sonically charged with 528 hz frequency but in this case the water was run through a DIY water structurizer 3 times before being added to the reservoir. Finally the unit on the left was the control which only used the same tap water.
The fertilizer used was the standard Aerogarden fertilizer at the standard Aerogarden instructed doses. They were all fed the same amount at the same time. The units were set to turn on and off at the same time. The light bulbs were all brand new light bulbs at the beginning of the grow test. The only time the units were handled in any way was to fill with water twice a week or to add fertilizer at the designated time. The room in which the experiment was carried out received no outside light so the plants only received the light from their Aerogarden units.
So this video clearly shows that the unit with the 528 hz water charging had more growth, faster growth, and more flower blooms, followed by the structured water unit, and finally the control starts to catch up towards the end but still has noticeably fewer blooms than the other two units.
We can not claim with certainty that these experimental methods improve plant growth but the first results as seen from this video are very interesting and may hold promise for future gardening methods we will use.
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