Create your own device to vibrationally charge water for hydroponic use and more.
So before we begin talking about how to create a vibrational water charging device we should first cover some basic info such as why you would want to and also show some evidence as to why you would want one. It may seem like hocus pocus new age garbage but keep in mind that everything in reality we experience is vibration.
We recently completed an awesome grow test where we tested a hydroponic unit with regular growing conditions vs. a hydroponic unit with a vibrational charging unit hooked up vs. a different kind of water structuring device. The results of this test were noticeable and impressive and highly favored the unit with the vibrational charging device.
If you have not watched the video showing the growth of this test you may watch it here.
Create your own even on a limited budget.
The device we used to test this theory that vibrationally charging water could improve plant growth was created quite inexpensively from parts sourced from Amazon. The device consists of the following inexpensive components:
We also required a device to let us add files to the MicroSD card so a usb card reader/writer was used. You will also need the correct usb wall plug adapter so that the mp3 player can remain plugged into the outlet and stay powered as the unit loop-plays the 528 hz mp3s that you will add to the MicroSD card. This brings us to the next set of components, the music.
We used the 528 hz Miracle tone from Source Vibrations and there are also other good mp3 songs available, some specifically for charging water that you could experiment with and create a unique compilation.
How to get the device ready to charge water.
First you will use your card reader/writer to connect your MicroSD card to your computer where you will then transfer the mp3 files such as the 528 hz Miracle tone. Once you have the files on the card you can place the card into the mp3 layer. The mp3 player will need to have the usb cord plugged into an appropriate usb-wall adapter so that it stays powered. You may plug in the headphones now and make sure that the mp3 file is looping correctly (you may need to come back and check it by listening to one of the earbuds to be sure that the mp3 player is looping correctly. In the grow test that we did we only placed one of the headphone earbuds into the hydroponic water reservoir. This allowed us to check the other earbud to make sure it is running properly. When you place the earbud into the nutrient reservoir it may need to have a weight applied to keep it under water. We used a suitable rock and electricians tape. Use whatever works best for you but keep in mind not to use anything that will leach bad stuff into your reservoir.
If you have completed the above steps you should have a very comparable system to the one we used in our grow test. We can not guarantee the same results that we experienced but hopefully your results are just as good or even better!
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